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Will your ERP system become the hub for everything? Here's why it matters This article is sponsored by: Unit4 logo with tagline 250x150px

IDC predicts that 40% of Global 2000 companies will be using their ERP systems as the data and transactional hub for their industry-based ecosystem by 2023. Jeroen Figee of Unit4 asks, how should organizations negotiate the opportunities and perils on the path ahead?

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Mitigating ERP Implementation Risks – how should customers address data security and user adoption challenges? This article is sponsored by: acumatica logo 290x73

It’s important for business leaders to understand what ERP implementation challenges look like. Todd Kuhns of Acumatica explores three stumbling blocks and how they can be mitigated.

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Uncertainty is certain - transformation is not an option, automation and adaptability are key to success This article is sponsored by: salesforce-sidebar

"That's the way we've always done things", isn't going to help organizations thrive. Paolo Malinverno of Mulesoft explores how teams can overcome the obstacles to digital change.

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Mixed results for BT Group - particularly in enterprise division - as company prepares for strikes This article is sponsored by:

BT did see some revenue growth this quarter, but the communications giant isn’t seeing the performance it would like with larger customers.

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Connected Fitness - the wheels are coming off the Peloton bike as underlying tech issues come to the fore This article is sponsored by:

Peloton was 'made' by the COVID crisis, but the Vaccine Economy has seen a shift in its fortunes, not helped by some seemingly crucial underlying tech issues.

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ClickUp connects work management more tightly into applications with Slapdash acquisition This article is sponsored by:

After its acquisition of Slapdash, work management platform ClickUp is able to integrate more tightly into the ecosystem of SaaS apps most businesses use today.

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