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6 Benefits of the Integrated Ecosystem

In the living world, nothing exists in a vacuum. Even if it doesn’t look like it, everything works together and forms a broad system – the ecosystem. We can (and must, in fact) apply this concept of integrated ecosystems to technology as well. It’s the age of big (and getting ever bigger) data, and everything that’s not connected at present will be linked together.  That’s why the ecosystem is the right metaphor for what’s been emerging in business. The linkages are growing and interacting. And the impact is huge. Users are getting better and greater access not just to information they need but to priceless new sources of insight and inspiration – all of which makes their work that much better and more efficient.
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The World-Changing Impact of Big Data

on November 7, 2014 7:00 AM By | Henry Cheang | 0 Comments | Big Data Cost Transparency Automation Software Trends
What is Big Data? IBM defines “big data” as the culmination of data that is generated all around us from multiple sources. This data is continuously generated from everything in our surroundings. Because of the sheer volume of data, the only way to turn it all into useful information is through the deployment of emerging technologies that require vast amounts of processing power and integration software. Once enough data has been collected (even from what some would think to be unrelated events), trends emerge which offer big data analysts insights with great amounts of detail.
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Seven Keys to Creating High-Quality Software

on September 17, 2014 7:00 AM By | Caroline Le Brun | 0 Comments | Cost Transparency Tips Best Practices Automation Software
With the worldwide proliferation of technology, there is no shortage of software available to consumers of every stripe to serve every niche and need imaginable. As with all products, there are different grades of software quality. We’re obviously uninterested in shovelware; it’s high-quality software that matters. What then, constitutes high-quality software? Software is considered to be of a high quality when it meets or exceeds customer expectations and earns customer satisfaction. To break this down further, quality signifies more than just usability, robustness, efficiency, reliability, maintainability, portability, and reusability.  The meaning of quality extends to include flexibility, orchestration, process automation, and integration with external software.  High-quality software lowers costs and eliminates waste which ultimately delivers profit to the client at a large scale. Moreover, software should be well-maintained and improved over time to continuously deliver value to the customer.   
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How a Single Bank Saved Hundreds of Thousands in Telecom Expenses

New Case Study Series Highlight Achievements of Business Automation for Expense Management Today, I’m taking a brief break from talking about BYOD and mobile phone issues to shift back to the topic of automation. As readers of this blog know, I’ve written a fair bit on business process automation (BPA), and its many benefits to businesses. In the past, I’ve mainly discussed BPA in a relatively abstract manner. In this installment, I’ll be speaking about this topic much more concretely since Cimpl will be highlighting one of our bigger success stories in automation in a series of case studies that we’re releasing!
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How Fleet Management Benefits from GPS Technology

So… I’ve been writing at length on business process automation lately, as well as the ways in which technology can improve many important areas of life. Today I continue on that theme, and explore how technology can improve motor vehicle fleets.
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The Benefits of Platform-as-a-Service

on December 11, 2013 12:45 PM By | Caroline Le Brun | 0 Comments | SaaS Cloud Automation Platform
Breaking news: US Government could save US$20.5 billion per year with PaaS. According to the Mery Talk survey conducted on 153 federal IT executives, US government could use of the cloud computing to resolve its IT budget issues.  The federal IT budget hole is mostly caused by care for legacy systems, which cost US$56 billion. The idea is to save money and at the same time boost software application development. That’s where platform-as-a-service (PaaS) comes in.
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