Corporate Blog

Integrating points of sale: from e-commerce to omnichannel
Posted on 07/30/2014 Diana

The future of physical stores is increasingly shaky and online retail is constantly shifting and morphing. Having finally mastered e-commerce, there’s a now new kid on the block attempting to meet its customers wheterever they may be: omnichannel. How did this trend come about and how will it transform retail and IT software in the future?

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Six wrong assumptions about IT outsourcing tech leaders make
Posted on 07/16/2014 Diana

Outsourcing continues to be a contentious subject in the IT services and BPO industry. While some have made up their minds to keep all of their work in-house, more and more company leaders are outsourcing, nearshoring and insourcing projects to external vendors. Certainly, not every IT company needs to outsource. And some simply should not—there are projects that need to be completed on-site, with direct, in-person supervision. Every company’s leadership team should make its own decision on whether and what to outsource. And they should decide with a firm grasp of what is outsourcing and what it isn’t.

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5 ERP software systems to simplify your manufacturing process
Posted on 07/09/2014 Diana

Manufacturing CEOs strive to employ strategies that enable their companies to reduce manufacturing costs and decrease risks. What are the most effective ways to automate these strategies? Here’s a run-down of the 5 most effective ERP manufacturing systems that help manufacturing CEOs face their daily challenges.

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A simple history of the Internet
Posted on 07/03/2014 Diana

From Arpanet to Information Superhighway and then on to becoming an outsourcing enabler, the Internet has seen one transformation and expansion after another. We know where it’s been (do you?) but where it will head next is anyone’s guess.

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The growing popularity of location based services applications
Posted on 06/25/2014 Diana

What are location based services, or ‘LBS’? These GIS (Geographic Information Systems) enabled applications find location data to control or enhance features of mobile and web apps and make our lives easier. Some are made for personal mobile smartphones, while others are made as end-to-end IT solutions to fit into business’ internal software networks. Regardless of their purpose, they are growing in popularity, and it’s obvious why.

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