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.
Implementing a new technology in your organization can be a more complex process than you can imagine. There are several factors that must be taken into account in order to achieve a successful implementation.
Public clouds have been criticized; however it has come to be a requirement for the enterprise 4.0. Smart businesses are choosing the cloud for its value and leaving behind legacy and on premise solutions.
The EOS (Enterprise Operating System) is a platform that optimise logically and flexibly operation and business processes. It allows monitoring Online and On-realtime enterprise resources and operations, in order to assign resources to required activities and task dynamically. The goal is that diverse resources connected by the Enterprise Operating System work as “one”.
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?
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.
We all know that technology is key for organizations to achieve their goals more easily, but have you ever imagine how it will be one day without it?
Imagine that you work in a place where everyone speaks different languages. What a mess that would be! Business Consultants work as needs-translators; they speak a business language that is common to all.
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.
Have you ever felt younger than you really are? Or rather, did you come to think that the evolution of technology has overtaken you? Find out how your habits determine your technological age.