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18November, 2020

Jumpstart Your Integrated Supply Chain Journey with Pre-Built Strategies and Solutions

By |November 18th, 2020|Supply Chain Planning|0 Comments

Manufacturers have tried for years to create an integrated hub to increase supply chain visibility, manage products/supplier risk management, and automate financial reconciliation. The recent business disruptions make having

17November, 2020

What is Integrated Business Planning and What are the Business Benefits

By |November 17th, 2020|Business Planning|0 Comments

Click here to read blog one in the 3-blog series: "Why You Need Integrated Supply Chain Planning Now More Than Ever." Effective, regular scenario planning is essential for managing

15November, 2020

Why You Need Integrated Supply Chain Planning Now More Than Ever

By |November 15th, 2020|Supply Chain Planning|0 Comments

Is it possible to produce a long term financial plan, break it into departmental components, and execute it operationally in the here and now? Companies have been trying to

20April, 2020

Oracle and Infovity unite to support SMB HR leaders during this pandemic

By |April 20th, 2020|Oracle EHS|0 Comments

Over the past six weeks, the challenges of COVID-19 have driven HR professionals to plan for a new normal–keeping employees safe while ensuring that employee safety and well-being is

6March, 2020

Welcome to the Experience Economy. Why Buy When You Can Subscribe?

By |March 6th, 2020|Subscription Billing|0 Comments

Although selling magazines, newspapers, and software via subscription is commonplace, it’s now a revenue model for everything from luxury cars to entertainment. This subscription-based activity has become the new

24February, 2020

The New Currency in Customer Experience: Subscription Everything

By |February 24th, 2020|Subscription Billing|0 Comments

Long, long ago, in a galaxy far, far away, there were three channels on TV. Now there are hundreds of pay-by-the-month streaming services and cable companies offering a cornucopia of

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