1. Articles in category: ERP/Value Assurance

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    1. Why Tech Needs to Move Away From Its Upgrade Culture

      In the modern tech world, companies feel they must constantly upgrade their products. New tech products may come thick and fast, but they’re not built to last. Instead of constantly upgrading, perhaps it’s time for companies to concentrate on core competencies. Competitive advantage comes with focus. Managing fewer technologies decreases the cost of goods sold and increases the product attributes. If we pack more expertise into each product, consumers will benefit.

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    2. Huawei supplier ecosystem to help financial industry emulate internet giants

      Huawei, which reported £18bn sales in its latest six-month period – a 30% increase on the same period in 2014 – is targeting large finance firms in Europe with IT infrastructure products and services that can help provide services in ways customers want: online, in real time and always on. But it can’t do this alone, and Huawei has recognised the need to collaborate with other suppliers. At its Finance Summit in Beijing, the company said it will provide the ITC infrastructure for banking customers through an open supplier ecosystem, while other suppliers will add products and services to help the ...

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    3. Requiem For The App Revolution

      The app revolution is dead. In fact, it died years ago. It had been a good run, but a is no longer a model is status quo. With new created every day, has definitely been televised, commoditized and capitalized. But while is dead, a new movement is rising to take its place — experience evolution. With so many available, ones that truly change game extend beyond device and change how you experience everyday tasks and activities.

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    4. This new 3D XPoint memory could last forever

      Intel and Micron this week unveiled a new type of memory they plan to mass produce that is purportedly 1,000 times faster than NAND flash and has 1,000 times the endurance. One thousand times the endurance would be about one million erase-write cycles, meaning the new memory would last pretty much forever. By comparison, today's NAND flash lasts for between 3,000 and 10,000 erase-write cycles.

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    5. Without enterprise architects, digital economy may descend into chaos

      Enterprise architecture began emerging as a keystone to business technology engagements only within the past decade. For many organizations, EA is essential for doing things the right way from the start, rather than trying to untangle messes of expensive, incompatible and underused systems -- and underserved end users -- later on. 

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    6. The Secret to IT Business Alignment

      The Secret to IT Business Alignment

      In my interviews of CIOs, they have told me that connecting what IT is doing to business strategy remains their highest priority, even above things like improving technical orchestration and overall process excellence. Being a CIO today is clearly more about business alignment than technology alignment. One CIO I spoke with recently said that this means that “CIOs and their teams need to understand their firm’s business problems almost as well as they understand their implementation of information technology.” I couldn’t agree more!

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    7. Why ERP Systems Struggle to Deliver Business Value

      Why ERP Systems Struggle to Deliver Business Value

      By Ralph Billington Enterprise Resource Planning projects are notorious for failing to deliver anticipated business value. The lack of results is driven in large part by skewed business cases without any link between activity and value delivered to the business. This leads to a situation where all the value levers that are discussed at the conceptual stage of a project are forgotten when the teams involved execute the contract and manage the project.

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    8. Government should follow in private sector’s footsteps if it wants digital to succeed

      Government should follow in private sector’s footsteps if it wants digital to succeed

      Government services should use a private sector “brand experience” to appeal more to users, according to WPP government and public sector practice managing director Laura Citron. At a recent Policy Exchange event discussing digital government, Citron claimed government services are too focused on functionality and should use some of the private sector’s methods of brand engagement to take into account the customer’s relationship with the government as a brand.

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    9. Who is responsible for digital leadership in the boardroom?

      Who is responsible for digital leadership in the boardroom?

      Marketing executives are rubbing their hands in glee, and sometimes anguish, at the potential. Product development directors are dreaming up innovative applications. CEOs are envisioning how their business prospects will be transformed. We are, of course, talking about digital – the rise and proliferation of digital technologies which is disrupting companies out of existence and transforming entire industries. But what is digital and what’s really new about it? Who should drive it? Is there a need for a chief digital officer (CDO)? 

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