Tags: Transformation

Unit4 and Grant Thornton bring new dawn to finances of Malta government

Unit4 has won a major deal with the Malta government in partnership with Grant Thornton. Its relationship with the global accounting firm is clearly deeper than the announcement last week that saw Grant Thornton sign up to implement its ERP solution. The overall contract is worth €11.6m and will see Grant Thornton Malta assist the…

Intuit announces competition for firm of the future

Intuit has launched a competition to find the accounting firm of the future. Cloud vendors are delivering increasingly sophisticated cloud accounting solutions. With embedded machine learning and the ability for accountants to oversee their client in real time the traditional roles are changing. Automation of expenses means that less time is spent by accountants checking…

Sluggish online growth raises questions for GPs servicing NHS England

The results of the NHS England’s latest GP Patient Survey are just out. Jointly published with Ipsos MORI the survey, conducted between January 2017 to March 2017, “provides information on patients’ overall experience of primary care services and their overall experience of accessing these services”. Given the focus on digital transformation we have witnessed in other…

HR plus Finance will power business change

A new study by the MIT Technology Review and Oracle has unveiled insights into how companies are enabling the changes brought on by cloud transformation programs. The survey reveals some interesting directions for Finance, HR and IT Teams. The boundaries between teams are breaking down. There were 700 respondents to the survey. These included representatives…

Real time product updates delivers transformation at AS ONE

AS ONE is using the Oracle Cloud to disseminate its product information in real time. To do so it has created API’s leveraging the Oracle Database Exadata Express Cloud. This means that catalogues are now updated immediately through the API’s rather than through a daily update. The challenge may seem trivial at first glance. However,…

BlackLine for UK Government

BlackLine has announced the availability of its software on G-Cloud 9. The successful application will mean that over 36,000 public sector organisations are able to purchase the financial automation software from the Digital Marketplace. The minimum term for any agreement is 36 months. BlackLine deliver four solution sets that public sector organisations can purchase. These…

Stormy weather ahead for Oracle and SAP in Tel Aviv?

Rimini Street has announced that it has doubled its client base in Eastern Europe and Israel, in the year up to December 2016. While the loss of revenue for Oracle and SAP is not massive for the two ERP giants it is significant. As Rimini Street increases its coverage across the globe of its services…

Pulsant aims for hybrid cloud lead

Pulsant is getting serious about their relationship with Microsoft and delivering hybrid cloud solutions. At Cloud Expo last week they talked about the deployment of Azure Stack TP3 with Dell technology and AMP. AMP is an abbreviation from the phrase “Amplify your business today” and aims to help organisations to transform their technology. Taking on Azure…

Accenture to help push Oracle IaaS

Accenture and Oracle has extended agreement to help make good Larry Ellisons commitment to IaaS. On Sunday Larry Ellison claimed that Oracle would be aggressively pushing into the IaaS space. The intention being to topple AWS from its lofty perch. A second announcement from Accenture and Oracle seems to back that up. The two companies…

CIO Interview : Ian McEvoy at P3 Medical

Enterprise Times interviewed Ian McEvoy, Operations and IT Director of P3 Medical manufacturing devices. We met him at SuiteWorld in San Jose. As a manufacturer and distributor of products used in 27 surgical procedures, P3 have been using NetSuite since 2010. He was actually there to help promote KoditPaperflex, a labelling app add-on for NetSuite that…