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Supporting your field service with cloud ERP software

How are field service management and cloud ERP software connected? One helps the other increase customer satisfaction. Can you guess which one? Read on.
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Accurately track assets and income in Indigenous communities

Track assets with a specially crafted solution, and establish an accurate framework for your community’s success.
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Maintain control with an AI and data governance framework

Governance principles organizations need to have in place and steps that must be taken at all stages of an AI project.
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FP&A: Forecast risks and determine effective solutions with confidence

Access financial data and analytics to create a strategy. We can’t control the future, but we can prepare for it.
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The foundation for successful AI adoption

The importance of a strong enterprise data strategy and infrastructure to build on.
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The service fleet dilemma in real estate & construction

Inefficiencies in fleet service management present unique challenges, yet ERP solutions propose lucrative answers.
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How cloud platforms are upgrading the construction industry

With advancements in technology-based construction and real estate solutions, many companies are distancing themselves from the pack.
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Real estate & construction property tech: What you should know

The real estate industry is moving at a remarkable pace and the companies who adopt the latest tech will lead the pack.
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Optimizing the return on your ERP investment: Part 2

Methodologies behind ROI calculation consider revenue, risks, total organizational efficiency, and “hard-savings.”
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