Gain Operational Control: Solutions for On-line Corporations

There are compelling reasons to transform into an on-line corporation; more are surfacing daily. The common reason is the need to run the entire business under total, on-line, unified, synchronized operational and functional control. Learn how to monitor live action, and correlate and unify operations and finance to ensure the availability of instantaneous financial and operational performance insights.
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