On Thursday 16th October 2014, at annual customer day, TRG International demonstrated to our clients the latest enhancements for Infor Query & Analysis Evolve.
On Thursday 16th October 2014, at annual customer day, TRG International demonstrated to our clients the latest enhancements for SunSystems and Infor Query & Analysis.
What's SunSystems 6.2?
The recent release of Infor SunSystems Version 6.2 is built on the existing SunSystems Version 6.1 part of the Infor10x solution set by delivering a number of new features and modules guaranteed to offer the most advanced functionally including: user interface improvements, more web enablement, improved security and business unit administration and the new Extended Analysis module.
As discussed in the lastest blog, the step 2 for an ERP implementation is to get started, which includes three main parts: developing a smart project structure, creating an effective network, and providing proper training for your organization.
After completing those steps, then you should finalise and stay on the right track for your ERP implementation. Make sure to check out these steps:
In our last blog post, we uncovered four more questions that CIOs need to ask to see if the time is right to apply Agile BI capabilities to their business. This post will discuss the last three questions in this 10-question series.
Our recent blog post revealed the first three out of ten questions that CIOs must answer before deciding whether to implement an Agile BI system. These questions are: “Can you continuously react in time to constantly changing business requirements?” “Are you tired of hearing that every new BI requirement results in changes to multiple programs and other components?” and “Have your business analysts, developers and DBAs been stuck in meetings for months seeking new enterprise data models?” Now let’s continue our series with the following four essential questions:
In the 1980s, business intelligence (BI) applications were first introduced to address employees’ problem with the mountain of data. BI is increasingly effective in helping these workers transform large amounts of data into helpful and insightful information. Check out these 10 questions before deciding whether to implement an Agile BI system into your business:
As discussed in the last post, the prerequisite for an ERP implementation is planning, which includes three main parts: getting the whole organization involved in the project, removing all potential barriers and looking over the company’s history.
In the last post, we discussed the first four out of eight ways to improve a company’s business intelligence (BI): develop an insightful workforce, be able to deliver critical information, make unstructured data more useful and focus on the future. Now let’s uncover the last four approaches to increasing the efficiency of BI in your organisation.
Business intelligence (BI) offers very helpful tools designed to enable companies to collect useful information; however, as with any intelligence tool, these should be used wisely in order to achieve optimal performance. Unfortunately, many organisations don’t consider BI an essential part of their operation, but rather see it as a supporting tool, which may influence the way they approach it and, hence, negatively affects business performance.
How about you? Have you been using it intelligently? Check out the tips in our series “8 ways to improve your BI” below.