Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software standardizes, streamlines and integrates business processes across finance, human resources, procurement, distribution and other departments. Here's what you need to know about these key IT systems.
It's no wonder ERP has such a bad reputation: The history surrounding the complex and expensive enterprise software market is packed with tales of vendor mud-slinging, outrageous hype and epic failures.
By Josh Fruhlinger, Peter Sayer and Thomas WailgumMar, 20 2020
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are readily available now, and we know it can be used to automate much of the repetitive tasks and processes that humans do now. With the assistance of AI, sales managers can also focus on the bottom line to produce better results. Myriad new approaches and software tools bear this out.
In certain industries – or even specific departments within any enterprise organization – Robotic Process Automation can free employees from repetitive, manual tasks so they can focus on more important, higher-value work. But is it worth the investment as we march down the inevitable road to full-blown artificial intelligence?
Ensuring your valuable digital information remains accessible and usable is no small feat. It involves planning, resource allocation and application of preservation methods and technologies…and it goes well beyond backup/restore and business continuity tech.
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