Processes

EOS: The first step to become a Enterprise 4.0

EOS: The first step to become a Enterprise 4.0

The consolidation of new digital ecosystems requires significant changes. Those companies that have an EOS, can unify, under a single platform, the business and its processes, the technology and machinery, and the people who orchestrate all the work.

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.

The human factor, cornerstone of companies

The human factor, cornerstone of companies

When we think of a company usually we think about machinery and people working daily just following the routine. We observe the people walking through the entrance, performing their obligations, adapting to changes and working as usual; but have you ever ask yourself how do this people feel?

Should I have a Parallel?

Should I have a Parallel?

This is a question that many companies make us, driven by the IT staff that shares their opinion, or because they have heard that in other companies when they have changed their systems, they do not suspend the operation of the system that is going to be replaced, using it in Parallel with the new system, just in case, the new one fails.

Automation: Salvation or sin?

Automation: Salvation or sin?

Processes need to be efficient before being automated. If you ask me; salvation or sin?, I'll say that automation is neither one nor the other, it is only the most effective way to -quickly and nonstop- arrive to our destination: heaven or hell.

Accounting Harmonization: the backbone of transparency

Accounting Harmonization: the backbone of transparency

Transparency in accountability and efficient management of public expenditure cannot be achieved only with good intentions, powerful Information Systems and efficient processes are needed. The accounting harmonization can be understood by the public as the backbone of transparency, citizen primary requirement to give a vote of confidence to the government.

In what to Invest ¿Technology or Processes?

In what to Invest ¿Technology or Processes?

The main thing is to have well-defined processes and invert in technology that will support these processes, this way the results will be extraordinary. If "invested" in technology without well-defined processes, the result will be an expense without any satisfactory result.

3 Ways to Successfully Cater to Millennials -the Digital Consumers

3 Ways to Successfully Cater to Millennials -the Digital Consumers

By 2017, Millennials will be a generation with a purchase power of $200 billion dollars yearly. Are you ready? According to a study made by Orange Silicon Valley, 42.3% of Millennials prefer digital consumer channels, with social networks and apps above the phone. How can you deal with this generation’s tastes?

5 Next-Generation Forces that Will Drive Your Business and How to Use Them

5 Next-Generation Forces that Will Drive Your Business and How to Use Them

Built-in with a channel to the masses called the Internet, Generation Z will shake the way businesses work. In 2015 for the first time Generation Z, those born after 1995, will become part of the workforce.

The importance of evaluating your suppliers

The importance of evaluating your suppliers

Working side by side with your suppliers is essential for continuous improvement. Strengthening the first link in your supply chain will make your organisation a lot more efficient. In order to achieve this goal, companies need reliable information to help them assess their suppliers and reach better negotiations with them.