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What You’re Getting Wrong With NetSuite Support

on 10/8/18 11:54 AM By | Sean Harmon | 0 Comments | Enterprise IT Managed Services ERP NetSuite
The world of enterprise IT is constantly evolving. In ERP systems alone, there has been a significant shift from companies being largely tied to on-premise architectures to a more flexible cloud and SaaS model. NetSuite has been a critical player in this move to the cloud with an ERP solution that’s been cloud-based from the beginning.
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Implementing a New ERP System: How to Make it a Success from the Start

on 10/23/15 4:37 PM By | John Hughes | 0 Comments | Enterprise IT JD Edwards ERP
  The signs that it’s time for a new ERP system have become clear to you; you’re facing challenges and inefficiencies between the sales/customer organization and finance, as well as burdensome technical processes and/or systems. Because of this, you’ve decided now is the right time to implement a new ERP system. But making that decision is the easy part! The implementation process can be an arduous one, so we want to help you navigate that journey as best you can. To do so, I’ve outlined some key things to consider when implementing a new ERP system.  
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Four Factors Leading to Growth in Domestic IT Outsourcing

Our world has seen a sharp rise in domestic outsourcing in the last decade. While offshore IT service providers continue to grow and have allocated many resources into staffing their delivery centers, U.S. domestic centers have shown increased activity as a whole.  
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Steps to ERP Success

on 9/1/15 9:34 AM By | Rick Cook | 0 Comments | Enterprise IT ERP Project Management
The first element in ERP success is strong, consistent support from the top of the organization. If the CEO and other top executives aren't behind the project for the long haul, your chances of success are not good.
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Microsoft cloud services provide construction firm with cost savings, increased productivity

on 9/1/15 8:22 AM By | ManageForce | 0 Comments | Enterprise IT IT Management
Chicago-based Walsh Group Construction is finding that buying into Microsoft’s Office 365 and Enterprise Mobility Suite is yielding a mixed bag of benefits -- better BYOD, cost-saving, time savings, increased productivity -- but adopting the cloud services required a dose of blind trust in their security.
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2015 State of the CIO: The Good, the Bad and the Scary

on 9/1/15 8:08 AM By | ManageForce | 0 Comments | Enterprise IT Cloud Strategy
Each year,’s research team surveys hundreds of CIOs to provide you with our State of the CIO report – a barometer of your hopes, dreams and fears (OK, that may be overstating things, but it does provide a benchmark of the business and technology climate).
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'Twas the Night Before Christmas… when all through JDE

on 9/1/15 7:10 AM By | Leah Edwards | 0 Comments | Enterprise IT JD Edwards ERP
‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through JDE, not an issue was stirring, not even a UBE. The PD environment was tuned with care, in hopes the off hours team has no problems to bare.    The CIOs were nestled all snug in their beds, while visions of vanilla environments danced in their heads. And the CNCs in their cubes with the analysts by their side, had just finished preparing for the Christmas go-live.
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Why 2015 Will Be Year of Big Data: Oracle’s Seven Predictions

on 9/1/15 6:39 AM By | ManageForce | 0 Comments | Enterprise IT Oracle Database
Neil Mendelson, Oracle's vice president of Big Data and Advanced Analytics, is immersed in this sector each day at his office in Redwood Shores, Calif. In a conversation with eWEEK, he offered readers some insight into what the company is thinking—and how big data trends will be evolving—as we all move into 2015.
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Healthcare’s Next Innovation? The Answer Is In The Data

on 9/1/15 6:04 AM By | ManageForce | 0 Comments | Enterprise IT Database
As the healthcare industry goes digital, all of those doctor visits and other health-related transactions are creating terabytes of highly valuable data. In too many places, however, that data isn’t shared as widely as it could be. Outdated systems and processes limit availability to the department that generated the data.
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Measuring Enterprise Architecture through Technology Business Management

on 9/1/15 5:35 AM By | Barry Weber | 0 Comments | Enterprise IT
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