In 7 years, we’ll have 25 billion IoT devices. How they’ll impact the world of business.
Reflections on the Gartner 2018 Symposium – Part 1
Today, ERP buyers hold market power. But only if they use it. 3 rights buyers aren’t exercising.
54% of us own 4+ IoT devices. The real state of IoT security.
3 MIN – A common myth says unified ERP can’t integrate. That couldn’t be farther from the truth.
The right workflow brings you efficiency and security. A glimpse inside Xledger’s approach
6 MIN – Hint: it’s not an ERP model. A nuanced look at Gartner’s definition
4 MIN – The answer depends on your organization’s size and needs.
4 MIN – Obsolescence is like inflation: an invisible tax. Understand what forms it takes and how you can protect your business.
2 MIN – Audits cost time, money & mental health. CPA Espen Jensen on how one tool can transform the process.
4 MIN. – Implementation often separates success from failure in nonprofit ERP. How to choose the right process, product, and partner for a smooth rollout.
3 MIN. – It’s not just students: colleges face high debt, massive IT costs, and steep competition for students. A new generation of software could hold the answer.
2 MIN – Is technical support just a customer service issue? Or does the platform you choose make a difference? An interview with Xledger support expert Zheng Zeng.
2 MIN – In today’s ERP market, we tend to tune out hype. But what would happen if we listened critically? Four signs of a raw deal in enterprise software.
4 MIN -There was a day when traditional ERP systems were enough. That day has passed. How you can navigate the future of business management
2 MIN – Best-of-breed systems are the software equivalent of all-star sports teams. That’s not a good thing. Why all-star teams fail in sports as well as software.
5 MIN – “Cloud ERP” contains multitudes. Most don’t deserve the name. How to tell genuine cloud from its many, many imitators.
3 MIN – Some ERP systems last for years. Others the client outgrows within months. What is scalability & how can it predict your system’s success?
7 MINUTES – 12 Steps to Navigate ERP Platforms and Providers
3 MINUTES – Earlier this year, 4 hours of Amazon downtime crippled the internet. KPMG’s Marius Berg discusses what happened and the lessons you can draw from it.
2 MINUTE READ – Bewildered by the ERP Market? Try using these 5 keywords to hone your research.
Programmers and software engineers have been traditionally viewed as highly scientific, with strong mathematical backgrounds. Holding to strict specifications, we viewed their jobs as being primary to design and code complex algorithms to achieve a specific objective. It was undoubtedly, a function-oriented role. We even title the education of this skill computer science.