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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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Oracle SuiteWorld incoming - what to expect from NetSuite's big event This article is sponsored by:

A couple of new capabilities in the NetSuite product line should make mid-market buyers happy. These capabilities take advantage of advanced technology from Oracle – capabilities that other vendors might reserve for their larger customers. Will these new capabilities presage other capabilities on display at the upcoming Oracle SuiteWorld event?

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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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Cry havoc as the macro-economy leads to decision paralysis, but Rimini Street will be ready to pick up the pieces, says CEO Seth Ravin This article is sponsored by:

The global macro-economic crisis is slowing down the decision-making process and triggering replanning all around. But Ravin argues that Rimini Street remains well-positioned.

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The ‘middle market’ and Zoho/ZohoOne This article is sponsored by:

I covered ERP vendor, Zoho, their platform and the ZohoOne suite in detail late last year (links below). The company continues to grow (significantly) and their customers seem to be loving them, too. One part of the narrative in recent years involves their move into the mid-market. Here are some thoughts on that.

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Supply chains must change - does the circular economy provide a better model? IFS weighs in This article is sponsored by:

Companies have been in reactive supply chain mode for several years now - it's time for that to change. But fresh data from IFS shows that new sourcing tactics create new problems. Does the circular economy provide a better model? Time to go behind the numbers.

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Retail's biggest challenge isn't inventory, it's talent - a cloud ERP retail view from Acumatica's Josh Fischer This article is sponsored by:

When I asked Acumatica's Josh Fischer about retailers' biggest obstacle, I expected either inventory or inflation. But his answer was talent - and the reasons point back to why ERP and commerce systems need to be unified in the first place. Enter Acumatica's B2B news with Shopify.

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Microsoft Q4 falls short of expectations, but Azure set to drive double digit growth this year This article is sponsored by:

Microsoft's revenues grew and it turned in a healthy profit for Q4, but still fell short of what Wall Street had been expecting.

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