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Building for the future - why modern technology is mightier than pen and paper This article is sponsored by: Acumatica - The Cloud ERP logo © Acumatica

Obviously, software is better than pen and paper, but in turn, legacy systems are inadequate for the construction industry. Joel Hoffman of Acumatica explores two examples that demonstrate why cloud-based ERP software offers capabilities unmatched by legacy systems.

Electronics Design Factory Office: Engineer Wearing Safety Vest Working on Computer, Developing Industrial Microchips. Manufacturing Processors. © Gorodenkoff - Shutterstock

Understanding the digital thread and the importance of service in extending the life of an asset This article is sponsored by: ServiceMax, A PTC Technology logo © ServiceMax

It's essential to maximize the best possible use of data available in the digital thread of assets in field service management. Joe Kenny of ServiceMax explores the key aspects and the practical achievements that manufacturers, operaters and service can realize by enabling that digital thread.

Digital technology 3D illustration. Web of global data. Network connections in the cyberspace of the future. Computer wires in an abstract © Yurchanka Siarhei - Shutterstock

Personalize your automation - how Combilift is using Infor CloudSuite Industrial to drive their manufacturing growth This article is sponsored by:

Automate with cloud ERP? Maybe. Personalize? Rarely seen. But all that and more is happening at Combilift. During a revealing session with the Combilift team, they shared how Infor's CloudSuite (and Coleman AI) is bringing a different kind of ERP into play. The results back it up.

Combilift  - Infor cloud ERP use case

Sage and Sage Intacct at the crossroads - why Sage Transform marked a change in cloud direction This article is sponsored by:

This year's Sage Transform event marked a big turning point in the future of Sage Intacct - and Sage itself. How the Sage Digital Network changes customer options lies at the center. Here's how I got there, including my sit down with Sage CEO Steve Hare.

Sage CEO Steve Hare - at Sage Transform 2022
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