Tags: Business

Enstar consolidates HR processes on XCD

XCD has revealed the results achieved by Enstar after it selected and implemented its HR solution. Enstar is a typical example of a modern company that had grown fast but its back offices processes had not kept pace with its growth. Founded in 1993 in Bermuda it grew through acquisitions to more than 1,300 employees…

Drone – competitive advantage and legal nightmare

Using drone’s in your business keeps you ahead of the competition. But are you up to date with the legal changes & licensing requirements that are coming? Regulations in play Drones are currently governed by the Civil Aviation Authority. The applicable law is the Air Navigation Order 2016. This means that Drones have simply been…

DJO Global turns cost to revenue with analytics “Ferrari”

Infor Birst has announced that DJO Global, a medical device provider has implemented Birst Cloud analytics platform. Many companies implementing analytics solutions pay the fees, implement the tools, analyze the data and identify where costs can be trimmed, revenues uplifted and therefore profits raised. DJO Global has taken it a step further by choosing to…

Stop leaking money – start analysing your contracts

Your organisation is wasting money. Hard-earned money that could be spent on other things. Money that’s rightfully yours. A little strong? I don’t think so. Here’s why. Your procurement and commercial teams spend hours negotiating the pricing components of your supplier contracts. However, once those contracts are signed, where do they go? You might proactively…

Kerridge reinvigorates Benelux expansion

Kerridge Commercial Systems (KCS) has announced the acquisition of AGP, a Netherlands based ERP company with more than 750 customers. Financial details of the acquisition were not disclosed. Founded in 1977 and based in Veghel, Netherlands, AGP has developed ERP software for five industry sectors: Trade, installation, projects, rental and logistics. The acquisition sees Kerridge…

Workday starts major push in Japan

Workday has announced the appointment of Rob Wells as President, Japan. He assumes the role after heading up Workday in Australia and New Zealand. Workday is clearly looking to expand in a region where it already has a significant number of customers, including several headquartered there. These include Hitachi, Fast Retailing, and Nissan. Wells took up…