Rapid shifts in the ways that technology and information are consumed and delivered— through cloud computing, big data, social networking, and smart devices—are transforming how companies compete. IT is at the center of the fray, working with business leaders to develop and execute a digital transformation strategy that capitalizes on these major new technologies. In order to lead this transformation, IT executives must focus on three areas: collaborating with business leaders to build a strategic vision, modernizing technology infrastructure, and rebuilding IT organizations to execute against new digital business goals.
Published By: Attivio
Published Date: Apr 07, 2010
The wealth and volume of content and data, including new applications and data sources, cloud computing, SaaS, email, SharePoint and public content, have made information integration more important than ever.
Something odd happened during Selectica’s roll-up strategy. Usually when a technology vendor acquires a number of providers at relatively low valuations, its focus tends to be on financially engineering the various SaaS, maintenance, upsell and other income schemes from the assets. But in Selectica’s case, the acquired became the basis of the company, in a manner in which the sum of the assets became an entirely different equation that it likely even bargained for before getting into the activity in the first place. But sometimes the uncertainty of post-merger integrations can lead to an outcome that benefits all parties involved (including customers) in ways that would be difficult to have imagined going into the process.
Moderne Lösungen wie CA PPM bieten kontinuierlich Verbesserungen gegenüber IT-Anforderungsmanagementtools der vorigen Generation. Sie bieten immer wieder neue Funktionalitäten, um die Belastung des PMO, des Finanzmanagers, des Ressourcenmanagers und des Produktmanagers zu verringern.
In den letzten Jahren haben neue Anbieter, die am großen und zunehmend einflussreichen Markt für das Projekt- und Portfoliomanagement (PPM) Fuß fassen möchten, Module entwickelt und in ihre SaaS-Plattformen integriert. Diese Anbieter behaupten, dass ihre Tools leicht zu installieren und leicht zu verwalten sind und ihren Kunden Geld sparen. Das klingt zu gut, um wahr zu sein. Und für die meisten Unternehmen ist es das auch.
Published By: Microsoft
Published Date: Oct 09, 2017
SaaS ist eine Chance für ISVs, ihr Geschäft grundlegend zu verändern: Sie können so zusätzlichen Mehrwert für Kunden bieten, Software an ein breiteres Spektrum von Kunden verkaufen und interne Abläufe optimieren. Der Markt für Software passt sich schnell der Nachfrage nach dieser Liefermethode an. Softwarekäufer berücksichtigen Gesamtbetriebskosten, einfache Handhabung und Flexibilität bei ihrer Kaufentscheidung. ISVs müssen sich auf diesen Wandel vorbereiten. Dieses Dokument erkläutert die Vorteile, die aus Änderungen am ISV-Business Modell (die Stellung im Wettbewerb) und am Betriebsmodell (die Ausführung auf dem Geschäftsmodell) herrühren, sowie die Vorschläge zur Vorbereitung auf eine SaaS-Umstellung. Als Grundlage dienen die Erfahrungen von 20 ISVs, die von einem traditionellen Softwarelizenzierungs- und Bereitstellungsmodell erfolgreich auf SaaS umgestellt haben.
Mehr als 400.000 Mitarbeiter in etwa 400 Unternehmen – darunter Polycom, Qantas und Toyota – verwenden bereits CA Project & Portfolio Management SaaS (CA PPM SaaS) und erreichen damit Kostensenkungen, eine bessere Akzeptanz und intelligentere Geschäftsentscheidungen.
Published By: Vindicia
Published Date: Jun 17, 2014
Many digital offerings are sold on a subscription and recurring basis. Bring Digital Goods and Subscribers Together - this eBook gives you nine essentials for acquiring subscription and recurring revenue customers.
Published By: Vindicia
Published Date: Jun 17, 2014
The eBook ‘Digital Age / Digital Goods’ provides information on the various components you’ll want to address while you test an acquisition mix best suited for your organization, and your target audience.
Published By: IBM APAC
Published Date: May 18, 2017
In the age of digital transformation and hybrid cloud, business expectations for seamless, personalized, always-on service run high. Technological advances such as cognitive capabilities and automation are blurring business distinctions and empowering competitors to emerge from any industry and geography. Staying ahead requires a willingness to change course and embrace constant reinvention.
IT organizations are facing new challenges as a result of digital transformation,
widespread cloud and SaaS adoption, mobile proliferation and pervasive IoT
deployments. They must build and operate their internal data centers to deliver
high availability for mission critical applications, rapidly onboard new applications
and scale capacity on demand – all within the mandate to be cost competitive
with infrastructure as a service providers (IaaS) like AWS and Azure. They are
architecting and building new Intent-Based Data Centers to deliver private cloud
services to their internal and external customers.
The network of yesterday is not the network that can take businesses into the future. As mission critical enterprise applications move to the cloud, wide area network (WAN) must adapt to become agile, flexible, and scale rapidly. Leading IT trends such as Internet of Things (IoT), Software as a Service (SaaS), cloud storage, enterprise mobility, emerging transport alternatives, and globalization increase the importance of how network assets are leveraged and how the network is conceptualized. The advantages of public and private data centers and cloud-based applications are significantly diminished if the network is slow, inflexible, and unpredictable. Erratic network performance with high latency, jitter and packet loss can significantly impact user adoption, satisfaction, and overall corporate productivity.
As connectivity options continue to emerge, end users are no longer tethered to the office or to the localized applications and services that were trademarks of a primary or branc
Learn how Brickwork helped a leading retail brand implement a seamless shopping experience to drive online customers to brick-and-mortar stores.
When a cutting-edge retailer discovered a need for a robust digital-to-store solution, they turned to Brickwork. Read this case study to learn how Brickwork’s integrated SaaS platform delivered:
? Increased digital-to-store conversions
? Higher average order value of in-store purchases
? Insight into the retailer’s highest-value customers
Published By: Webroot UK
Published Date: Nov 11, 2009
Software as a Service (SaaS)-delivered e-mail and Web security suites offer a good solution that Butler Group recommends as part of a more comprehensive security architecture comprising gateway and end point-based security solutions. Find out more in this whitepaper!
Published By: Rackspace
Published Date: Apr 02, 2019
Traditional retailers seeking to digitalize their brand connections to customers, do so with Eagle Eye AIR, a SaaS platform for creating intelligent, real-time digital and mobile solutions for promotions, loyalty programs, rewards and more.
With rapid business growth, the volumes of transactions processed per second are constantly being rewritten – yet, its customers’ transactional throughput keeps running smoothly – which is all thanks to the successful migration of its dedicated infrastructure to Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
Being a longstanding customer of Rackspace, Eagle Eye trusted the Rackspace Managed Services team in providing expert guidance for every stage of its migration project – which is part of a bigger exercise to transform its technical capabilities.
Published By: NetSuite
Published Date: Feb 17, 2016
The examples that follow illustrate some of the actual challenges that legacy ERP solutions cannot meet. The examples are placed within 5 broad categories of benefits that NetSuite OneWorld customers realised after deploying the cloud-based solution.
1. Standardising business processes and data
2. Omnichannel on a common platform
3. Multiple brands on a common platform
4. Rapid and easy global expansion
5. Managing multicurrency, international business
Welcome to the multicloud era - SaaS apps in the cloud, public and hybrid clouds hosting infrastructure, employees and branches accessing the cloud and internet from anywhere.
-300,000 OAuth-connected SaaS apps discovered
-84% of companies will use multiple clouds
-70% of branches have direct, anytime cloud access
Elevate Your Cloud Security with Cisco.
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