Planning for Business Resilience

In the past, most businesses have operated more or less effectively with a certain level of downtime—whether required to maintain systems, applications, and data, or to produce daily analysis reports. Unfortunately, today’s emphasis on ever-greater productivity and profitability means that downtime becomes an obstacle to improving perfor¬mance and delivering value—the two essential conditions that make your business competitive.

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SaaS Versus On-premise ERP

Should your business acquire traditional on-premises enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions? Or should it invest in emerging software-as-a-service (SaaS)–based ERP solutions? Both options have benefits and both have risks. Download this white paper to see how SaaS ERP stacks up against on-premises ERP across eight categories. Read More

Four Reasons Why You Need to Consolidate Your Various ERP Packages

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If your business is running more than a single enterprise resource planning (ERP) software package, you need to consolidate down to one. In this white paper, we’ll provide you with four good reasons for making this move, and how to get around the various organizational barriers to doing so. Read More

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Case Study: CBH Group

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Facing a projected 400 percent increase in transactional volumes for its key grain handling application, CBH Group needed to boost performance, resilience, and availability. Learn how the company’s new server consolidation and virtualization program helped it achieve a 400 percent increase in transaction volumes, cut costs, reduce power and cooling requirements, and enable rapid response to new business requirements. Read More

A Practical Framework for Business Intelligence and Planning in Midsize Companies

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