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Best Practices for a BI and Analytics Strategy

  • Source: IDC
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A growing number of organizations are moving toward having more pervasive business intelligence (BI) by turning to evidence-based decision making supported by a range of BI and analytics technology and processes that enable decision makers to have the best possible intelligence about customers, finances, operations, suppliers, and the market. This white paper addresses several questions that BI customers are facing. Read More

3 Things You Must Know About Cloud ERP

  • Source: IFS
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In this whitepaper, we present the facts you need to know about cloud ERP, including distinctions between different cloud computing options and the benefits and downsides of each option. Key industry terms are defined and we also take a look at primary research regarding cloud computing preferences conducted by IFS North America. Read More

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Forget Everything You Think You Know about ERP (Because That’s All About to Change)

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Let’s face it: There’s nothing sexy about enterprise resource planning (ERP). It’s been around forever. It’s big. It’s tough to use and maintain. It’s not flexible enough to do exactly what you want it to do. Or is it? Download this white paper for Infor’s perspective on the evils of “traditional ERP,” and how it may be hurting your business. Read More

Storage Virtualization Isn’t About Storage

Virtualization is central to twenty-first-century IT systems, yet many chief information officers fail to understand the benefits it can deliver to the data center. Storage controllers have always offered the ability to carve out pieces of real storage from a large pool and deliver them to a number of hosts, but it is storage virtualization itself that offers improvements that drive operational efficiency. Find out more. Read More

The Technology Is Great, Not So Sure About the Vendor

Evaluating software solutions usually starts out as an assessment of architecture, features and functionality, business processes and IT fit. This makes perfect sense—until business stakeholders begin assessing the vendor as a potential business partner. Learn about the risks of entering into an agreement with a vendor, and how to find out if that vendor can deliver solution that will deliver the expected results. Read More
 
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