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How to Meet Real-Time Global Business Demands Through Cloud-Based ERP


In order to meet the real-time demands of today’s changing workforce, business users want simple, immediate access to information when they need it from wherever they are. As such, cloud computing has proven to be a successful platform to meet these needs, as cloud-based applications, including enterprise resource planning (ERP), are built with self-service and real-time urgency in mind.

This webcast encompasses the benefits of a single cloud-based ERP system and how it can help global and multi-divisional companies manage core business processes. Additionally, you will hear about the real-world experiences of three customers who utilized cloud-based ERP.


Calvin Jackman Controller, MYCOM

Mr. Jackman joined MYCOM in 2009 as Controller. Mr. Jackman has held several CFO and Controller positions in technology companies including Horizon Software, GE, Cellular Services, and Dexel Systems. Mr. Jackman graduated from Susquehanna University in Pennsylvania with a Bachelors of Science in Accounting and earned his CPA in Virginia after four years in public accounting.

Phil Vuong Controller, Gawker Media

Phil Vuong is the controller for Gawker Media, an online media company that publishes some of the web's most popular titles. Prior to joining Gawker, Phil was a senior financial analyst with ESPN, Inc. and a part of the Financial Leadership Development Program at Johnson & Johnson. He holds a B.S. in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania.

Mike Monk VP & Co-Founder, EnvisionWare

Mike Monk is the VP & Co-Founder of EnvisionWare.  EnvisionWare provides self-service and library efficiency solutions to public and academic libraries around the world. He has been in the software and computer industry since 1984. Mike has extensive experience in the design and implementation of sophisticated networks. .He designed and built the complete technology infrastructure for The Weather Channel.

Jun 6, 2012

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