The ongoing pandemic has further highlighted the importance of being an agile and resilient enterprise. In many cases, a successful transition to the cloud is among the most critical factors in building agility and resilience. Still, many enterprises are wondering where to start with their cloud strategy.
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There is cloud, and there is true cloud. Despite the fact that cloud computing has been around for decades, many so-called cloud enterprise applications were not built for the cloud from the start. So what should businesses expect from genuine cloud solutions? A quick glance at Infor SunSystems 7 will give you the answer.
As the region’s hospitality and tourism sector is poised to rebound post-COVID, Accor IMEA is bringing their accounting systems to the cloud by adopting SunSystems, a SaaS-delivered financial management solution from Infor.
Digital transformation is not new. It has already started several years ago, way before the COVID-19 pandemic even occurred or the new normal sets in. However, many companies today are still reluctant to embrace such change. There is still the belief that to begin digitising, a company requires big budgets and skillful talents.
No longer a novel technology, cloud is increasingly becoming the mainstay of the modern enterprise IT architecture. Nonetheless, navigating a myriad of cloud-related concepts can still prove challenging.
As a result of the ever-increasing amount of data, reducing the need for manual tasks in data management is a key objective every business should be pursuing. These data management best practices are used by industry-leading businesses to help increase visibility into their data and reduce costly errors.
Data is the lifeblood of every organisation, the valuable asset that each employee generates an endless amount of daily. Effectively collecting and analysing data can help you understand your customers better and make more informed decisions.
Running a business during the pandemic is already stressful, ensuring its continuity post-pandemic is an even greater challenge that requires careful re-evaluation of the current processes, organisational culture and workforce planning, not just upgrading the IT infrastructure.
In today’s digital world, data is your most critical asset, and, as such, requires utmost protection from both natural and man-made disasters. This especially holds true for financial data, the blood life of your business. And you cannot do it properly without a disaster recovery plan.
Life is known for its unexpected challenges, and everyone should have a backup plan if something goes wrong. A backup plan is particularly important to save yourself from unnecessary trouble and help you to be ready for any circumstances.