Investing in software for your business is a critical, yet sometimes substantial expense. This article is going to help you understand the true cost of implementing your software and how to avoid costly and ineffective solutions.
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Data consolidation is critical for success as businesses technologies constantly evolve in order to realize the additional revenue opportunities that exist within your data but are not currently visible. A strategy must be focused on your current needs, future plans, and the business processes you’re accustomed to all while avoiding non-integrated applications.
Filed under data, business, processes, system, crm, consolidation, infrastructure, applications, cloud, technologies, cool life crm, systems
Say goodbye to the calcified, creaky business systems and processes that we’ve come to know and love. They’re being swept away by clouds and mobile systems at an alarming rate. But that’s a positive thing, of course. With this transformation, however, comes a need for deeper knowledge and understanding of the new systems and processes that are driving new businesses, how they interact, and what they are capable of delivering.
Filed under Business, CIO Network, Data Driven, Management, On Demand, Strategies Solutions, Tech, Techonomy, Cloud Computing, Strategies & Solutions
Known as “on-demand software” or “hosted software,” the SAAS model goes by several names. Nearly everyone in the field of information technology has heard of this four letter acronym, but the majority of people in business industries have yet to become familiar with it.
Filed under saas, information technology, software, licensed software model, applications, cloud computing, data storage
Once a mere tech buzzword several years ago, the "cloud" has risen in popularity, to the point of becoming a household term. While many have heard of it, few understand what it is, despite its potential to revolutionize the fields of IT and computing.
Filed under cloud, cloud computing, data storage, web-based applications, scalability