Why is it that two organisations can implement the same piece of software and end up with very different implementation costs?
Computers are consistent, people are not. Business process management delivers reliable, repeatable and sustainable results.
When considering a migration to the cloud, most systems and applications need to be treated on a case-by-case basis, but does the same apply for Exchange? The short answer is no.
Is cloud computing about to wipe out traditional on-premise computing? Has it reached a tipping point?
This is definitely a case of “There is integration and then there is integration”. If like us, you’re looking to do more than the out-of-the-box integration between SharePoint 2013 and Dynamics CRM 2011 (which, let’s face, is fairly basic) then read on.
A couple of weeks ago I was standing around at a BBQ with the rest of the men drinking beer and watching the host burn the meat. Anyway, as usual with new acquaintances I found myself in the “so what do you do for a crust?” conversation.
Last week I had the privilege of spending a day at the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Australia. John Cleary (Blue Chip Consulting) ran an excellent session on “Applied Corporate Strategy for the Finance Professional”. It was a day jam packed with content and value.