A successful ERP transformation starts with the end result in mind

When organisations embark on projects to update their enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, it’s vital that they understand the triggers for change and then map out a vision for the future. By Pravesh Parbhoo, head: business applications at Altron Karabina...

Nagging Panda deals with late payers

If anyone understands the constrictions and damage late payments have on small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) and corporates alike, it’s serial entrepreneur and TechZoo CEO Elan Lea. His latest five-year stretch in telecoms systems and debtors books has seen...

Why Agile could be the solution for lagging EA projects

Enterprise architecture (EA) projects have a bad rap among business leaders because they traditionally do not solve an immediate business problem. Instead, enterprise architects are trying to get a handle on the current – and ultimate future – state of the...

Understanding field service management solutions in the connected world

Service management in today’s digitally-led business environment requires an integrated strategy encompassing scheduled maintenance, parts allocation, and the actual delivery of the service itself. Helping drive this is the organisation’s ability to leverage service...

Business software can empower the CFO of tomorrow

South African enterprises are in the midst of a significant transformation, accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic and the ongoing digitalisation of services and processes. By Bulela Mgobozi, finance business lead at Syspro EMEA Given the key role digitisation has had...