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According to a new IBRS study, spend on enterprise solutions is set to increase in 2019-2020. Both IT and line of business buyers need to consider how they manage procurement of these new solutions – and how they can make integration easy for their business. According to the report, there are

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The key trigger driving upgrades or investment in technology is an organisation’s growth and transformation agenda. Business leaders tell us that investment in technology drives efficiencies which enable re-allocation of resources to deliver on growth initiatives. And 2019-2020 represents a tidal wave of change, with a shift in both buying power

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Every company and every industry needs to chart its own digital transformation. There is no cookbook and no set of ingredients that you can or should blindly follow. Instead, companies must be willing to address and reform everything about the way they work — their people, their processes and their

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Many local government councils are looking toward technology-enabled solutions that will automate manual processes, drive data-led decisions and release time spent on administrative tasks. Investing in technology, coupled with initiatives designed to improve customer outcomes, should be at the core of any local government focused on continuous digital transformation. Rather

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Councils impact local communities more than any other tier of government. They are the custodians of hundreds of billions of dollars of infrastructure assets, and they deliver hundreds of real services for every person in the country — whilst managing roads, drainage, community buildings, parks, footpaths, gutters and more. However,

A study of senior ANZ executives’ attitudes, expectations and plans for enterprise software has found that satisfaction levels with enterprise solutions remains low, but that adoption of ‘as-a-service’ software is changing this. The IBRS report paints a picture of the complex struggle between management and their staff when it comes to

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Organisations that are resisting the shift to cloud computing are often basing their decisions on common misconceptions around security, price and integration. That’s a key finding in a recent report conducted by IBRS, The State of Enterprise Software Report 2019.  The Security Myth Many of the organisations surveyed declared security

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Demand for organisations to refresh their enterprise systems has built to bursting point. And it’s going to create a wave of new enterprise software investment in the next one-to-two years, according to the recently released IBRS State of Enterprise Software Report 2019. “Organisations have withheld investment in ageing enterprise solutions because they’ve

Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and cloud infrastructure have fundamentally altered the dynamic between business units and the department. Traditionally, the relationship between IT and other business units had been mildly adversarial in many organisations, as IT juggled the complexities of “keeping the lights on” while trying to continuously improve and innovate to

Victoria University is implementing a new student system for its vocational education (TAFE) division, VU Polytechnic, that it hopes will transform its student experience. TechnologyOne’s Student Management Software was chosen as a Service (SaaS) solution through a 12-month implementation project that came in on time and on budget, the technology