For years, Microsoft has led the way in providing user-friendly technology that adds value across people’s personal and profession
Over the past few weeks, we have been closely monitoring and evaluating the situation around COVID-19 to ensure we are taking the
Mavim Announces Strategic Partnership with Process Mining Vendor : Calling all PowerBI & Visio Users!
February 12th, Amsterdam – Today Mavim announces a strategic partnership with PAF (Process Analytics Factory), a leader in the process minin
Process owners and process analysts alike are constantly confronted with the question “Are your processes running the way you think they are running?” In many instances, core processes are written
Hyperautomation is the No. 1 Trend for the Roaring Twenties: Gartner’s Top Ten Strategic Technology Trends 2020
Gartner’s ability to pinpoint the technology trends that shape our world is second to none. Yet again, they have delivered a top ten list that illustrates the complexity of the world we live in an
By now you’ve heard of RPA. You’ve heard that RPA promises to address the efficiency of your high-volume, transactional processes that don’t have much variation. RPA has the potential to help org
The new Panorama Consulting ERP report for 2019 has been published. Key take-away: ERP projects are most successful when focused on integrating people, process and technology.
A strategy map is a diagram that shows your organization's strategy on a single page. It’s great for quickly communicating big-picture objectives to everyone in the company.
Microsoft has six focal points for FY 2019: Gaming, Modern Life, Modern Workplace, Data & AI, Business Applications and Applications & Infrastructure.
One of the numerous Gartner predictions states that “By 2021, 40% of IT staff will be versatilists, holding multiple roles, most of which will be business-, rather than technology-related.” At a re
Amsterdam, The Netherlands — June 8, 2018 — Mavim today announced it has been named finalist in the 2018 Microsoft Security and Compliance Award.
The traditional motives for “doing ERP” are all about improving operational efficiency, cost reductions, and establishing a standard way of working.