Technology -> Applications
How Malaysia's Bank Simpanan Nasional implemented a sweeping enterprise content management system
National Savings Bank in Malaysia has implemented a sweeping enterprise content management system project and slashed paper use, increased productivity, rationalized storage and documents, and cut security risks.
Dana Gardner, Interarbor Solutions | 1st July 2015
New thinking on spreadsheets
It's been a while since I wrote about spreadsheets. This is mainly because nothing very interesting was happening: the spreadsheet governance vendors like Cimcon, Finsbury Solutions and Cluster 7...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 10th June 2015
Informatica and the buyout
Last month Informatica announced that it intends to go private, via a leveraged buyout (LBO), later this year. Assuming that this goes ahead, what are the implications? It is worth, first of all,...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 4th June 2015
Chartio - bringing BI to the Business
Everyone involved in Business Intelligence has talked for years about the need to make it ubiquitous, to have everyone empowered with the ability to generate insight and thereby enable them to...
David Norris, Bloor Research | 4th June 2015
How Tableau Software and big data come together: Strong visualization embedded on an agile analytics
Tableau Software and big data analytics platforms come together to provide visualization benefits for those seeking more than just crunched numbers.
Dana Gardner, Interarbor Solutions | 2nd June 2015
Connecting with SAP
SAP Enterprise Resource Planning and associated business software systems have been a great success, so much so that a lot of the business data in global enterprises these days resides in SAP systems...
David Norfolk & Simon Holloway | 1st June 2015
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