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The Industry 4.0 – new generation of Smart Factories

18 April 2017

In 1990 Detroit, USA, was one of the economic centers of the world. At that time, the value of the top three companies in the automotive sector was estimated at $36 billion. Within a quarter of a century, most of Detroit’s factories had shut down, and the city had lost half its population, gaining only […]

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Technological debt – everything you need to know

14 March 2017

Sometimes there comes a date which must be circled on the calendar. It looks different for different people: for a programmer it can be a “spaghetti code” where it is necessary to add a new feature, and for an IT Director it will be the need to implement a new tool and integrate it with […]

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Why ERP and BI systems come in handy for startups?

16 January 2017

IT tools for managing enterprise resources, such as ERP or Business Intelligence systems, are mainly associated with large, well-developed organizations that require modern, integrated information systems for the purposes of effective management. But can these systems also be useful for start-ups? It seems that the answer is no. Startups are ventures which are burdened with […]

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Fintech – financial technology changing the banking sector!

21 December 2016

It is hard to disagree with the fact that the digital revolution has dramatically transformed the functioning of the financial sector. One may even speak of a special symbiosis between the financial industry and IT, which together drive the rapid development of fintech (financial technology) services. On the other side of the coin, customer expectations […]

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Customer Communication Management (CCM) – what is it?

26 October 2016

Although the acronym CCM (Customer Communication Management) is not as popular as CRM or ERP, organizations that have hundreds of thousands or millions of customers have for a long time now been managing external communication (and so all kinds of invoices, directories, policies, and so on) in an automated manner, not necessarily even classifying the […]

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