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An illuminating finding from recent research published by IRBS in its State of Enterprise Software Report 2019 is the revelation that line of business leaders are increasingly taking more responsibility for purchasing decisions around business applications — ahead of the IT department. And that, in turn, also changes both the nature of their relationship

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Decisions around foundational technology like ERP are critical to the long-term success of any organisation. With decision-making moving beyond the IT department into the realm of business line managers, it is important that both sets of stakeholders understand each other’s concerns. These issues are covered in a report by IRBS,

According to a new IBRS study, integration is proving to be a challenge for the growing number of organisations where business units have procured cloud-based applications with only superficial IT involvement. For example, IBRS has noted that human resources departments that procured Software as a Service (SaaS) based e-learning and human

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Local government is at the apex of change. Councils must move forward technologically to be able to deliver the services their ratepayers now demand and must do so efficiently and cost-effectively on all levels. Legacy systems are old, expensive, inefficient systems. It’s that simple. Ironically though, council financial managers are

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Digital transformation is no longer optional for local government, it’s a necessity. Old, fragmented legacy systems can no longer offer the solutions and services necessary to keep pace with rapid technological change, or the outcomes executives and planners are setting in stone. Nor can they meet the demands of an

Business departments have increasingly taken responsibility for technology buys, often circumventing traditional IT department involvement altogether. And they have now reached a “tipping point”, according to new research from Technology One. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter The study, conducted by IBRS, revealed most Australian IT groups are no