Enterprise Agility

The power of transactional information

The power of transactional information

Do you have the absolute certainty that the information coming out of your business-operation system is a reflection of reality? Or whenever you require reliable information you have to collect data from different areas, integrate it into a report, validate it, and still not be sure that information is 100% accurate?

4 Financial indicators that every business should know

4 Financial indicators that every business should know

For the financial health of an organization it is important to assess four key indicators: solvency, liquidity, efficiency and profitability. Through the use of accounting information we can make strategic decisions that will enable us to achieve our goals.

How to avoid the divorce between technology and processes?

How to avoid the divorce between technology and processes?

Today, regardless of organizations' line of business, it is a must to work hand to hand with technological solutions that enable companies to adapt more quickly to an increasingly competitive and globalized environment. For this reason, many organizations are in a constant search for new tools and technology systems that will facilitate them the automation of processes and everyday activities.

What are the Next Business Practices?

What are the Next Business Practices?

Nowadays there are Best Practices to help organizations become more efficient, productive and profitable. While they are the result of experience and studies and might seem the absolute truth, we can not and we should not think of them as a universal diet, because they would abandon what makes unique an organization.

Enterprise Agility: The art of moving an elephant

Enterprise Agility: The art of moving an elephant

How can a company keep moving and constantly evolve despite its size? The key lies in the ability to meet the challenges and seize the opportunities of global markets quickly and efficiently, in other words, ensuring Enterprise Agility.

ITs are not like cars

ITs are not like cars

Many years ago circulated by email the president of GM's response to its counterpart of MS, when the latter said that if cars had evolve as personal computers, they would cost pennies, weigh grams and would run to billions of kilometers per hour with few milliliters of clean fuel.