Oracle Procurement & Spend Analytics, part of the Oracle BI Applications product line, enables you to optimize supply side performance by integrating data from across the enterprise value chain—enabling executives, managers, and frontline employees to make more informed decisions. Read this data sheet for more.
The SAP BusinessObjects Spend Performance Management application provides full visibility into direct and indirect spend, and helps companies proactively identify cost savings opportunities and supply risks, reduce costs, maintain supply continuity, and increase spend under management.
We analysed 426 log files provided by the Philippines' Commission on Elections to objectively recreate what transpired during the 2016 elections. These log files were used to gauge the integrity of the Philippine AES using an AES Trust Model developed by this research.
CRM has a long lineage in enterprise software, starting with salesforce automation in the 1990s, Siebel being a big player back in the mists of time. These days, engaging with customers through every conceivable channel, and doing so by way of the cloud are the novelties of CRM.
Three of Livingstone’s Senior Oracle experts recently sat down to discuss ULA exits and renewals, including common challenges and mistakes they’ve seen organizations experience and how to avoid them. Download the webinar to hear what they had to say.
Application programming interfaces (APIs) are moving beyond the domain of software development. They offer a way for organisations to work closely with an extended ecosystem of business partners, who are able to build value-added software-powered products and services.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the difficult choices facing UK IT contractors from the controversial IR35 tax reforms. Social engineering is a major source of cyber security attacks - we look at mitigation strategies. And the IT chief at Mercedes F1 explains what it takes to support a world championship team. Read the issue now.
The more systems become remote, the less secure they are. On face value a huge cliché – or truism - but sadly actually true. And sadly, for those running networks, something that is going to be truer – or more clichéd – as remote working continues to proliferate in the new normal of the hybrid mode of working.