ERP in the Age of Mobility

Managing massive volumes of information requires time and resources—two luxuries that most lean and mean businesses simply don’t have enough of today. But now, companies can take advantage of mobility to boost the return on investment (ROI) of their enterprise resource planning (ERP) rollouts. In this white paper, thought leaders share their expert advice on how companies can use mobility to extend the use of their ERP systems.

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Big Data, Mobility, and Green IT: Innovations for Manufacturers and Distributors

Your business is in good company if it is considering big data, mobility, and/or green information technology (IT) solutions. Before making an investment decision, however, it should evaluate its options relative to actual business strategies and operating requirements. Only then will it put itself in a position to make a well-informed investment decision. Download this article to learn more. Read More

4 Steps to Choosing the Right Device for Field Service Mobility

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Choosing the right device for field service management needs is not easy. This white paper will guide you through the different factors, including your organization’s technology outlook, how a customer’s perceptions of you might be affected by the device, and how the hardware features make your employees more efficient. Know the four steps to consider for choosing the right device for your field service mobility needs. Read More

Transform Your Business with Data and Analytics

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Harnessing all data and analytics to extract valuable insight sharpens your organization’s competitive edge. This paper presents a five-step approach to identifying, assessing, and deploying big data and analytics that repositions it as a central engine for your business. In the age of big data, this proactive strategy, combined with proper support, guidance and follow-through, can set your business apart in an increasingly crowded marketplace. Read More

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The New Mobile Order

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Rapid Implementation: The New Age of ERP

For midsize firms seeking more value in a shorter period of time, a rapid enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation may be the way to go. If you’re unsure this is the right choice, you need to consider some important factors. The best candidates tend to be ERP solution first-timers. Learn more about how to work closely with ERP partner vendors for a rapid—and successful—ERP implementation. Read More

Modern Finance in the Digital Age: Measure and Respond Best Practices

Leveraging big data and social media is crucial not only in order for businesses to remain relevant and competitive in today’s global marketplace, but also in order to develop and maintain a new successful business model capable of responding quickly to market behaviors. Businesses need to respond to these powerful and important sources of data found within the “third platform” of online social interaction, cloud technology, mobility of customers, and information sharing. This digital data, combined with intangible assets, represent an increasingly important source of value for companies. The Measure and Respond Best Practices Method effectively processes a vast amount of digital information, aiding in the ongoing development of business plans that utilize these new intangible assets, allowing the user to create a business model that is holistic in its approach to managing and utilizing third platform information.

Capturing and managing a large amount of data is vital, but so too is extracting the pertinent information—inconsistently defined data can be a financial hindrance to business. In this white paper, learn how Oracle uses analytical tools through five key processes: Report and Comply, Measure and Respond, Plan and Direct, Procure to Pay, and Project Financial Management, allowing the user to understand how to develop and adopt best new practices by focusing on relevant information, derived from third platform sources. Decision-making processes can then be accomplished using evidence-based information pulled from high-quality data. Read More
 
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