While today's workers are increasingly relying on the use of mobile devices to do their work, mobile technologies are being used not only for ensuring effective communication, but also for tasks that were previously performed at the desk during business hours.
In the last couple of years, the popularity of predictive analytics offerings has increased significantly, as many companies looking to improve their existing business intelligence and analytics faculties are looking to the field of predictive analysis to enhance these capabilities, and in some cases even replace them. But, is predictive analysis really the new BI? Is it a replacement for the good old business intelligence offerings? Or is it really just the evolution of BI?
Human capital management software is traditionally understood as addressing human resource plus talent management business requirements. While HR software is now quite affordable and adopted by many businesses, a comprehensive HCM suite that includes talent management modules is not equally accessible.
ERP software was notorious for years for its tenuous usability, due to the software's overall complexity and lack of appropriate technical instrumentality to provide desired interface features. Not any more.
There's a lot of hype about companies moving to the cloud, but are they actually doing it? Cloud adoption is not as rapid as some providers might lead you to think, but TEC data shows that interest in cloud computing is picking up.
Customer relationship management has had a great impact on the social media revolution. Or was it the other way around? Of the many types of software solutions catering to businesses, CRM software has been the most attuned to the rise of social platforms.
Sage North America say the results of a snapshot survey of small to medium-sized business manufacturers indicate the general health of their businesses is pretty good, and use of their enterprise resource planning systems has benefited them.