Moving with the tide of change and disruption requires very nuanced decisions about the IT landscape. While the latest technologies are being chosen and deployed, the legacy core of business intelligence – the long-trusted enterprise resource planning (ERP) system – is begging for attention.
Competing in a world of highly digitalized interactions and connected customers also requires companies to run at the speed of the best real-time technology. Although, as warns, businesses that do not embrace this new reality with the right technology will inevitably cease to exist because they cannot keep up with the rest of the world.
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