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Port Coquitlam’s cloud adoption marks a significant change for public sector IT in Canada

Our announcement today heralds a significant advancement for public sector cloud adoption.

The City of Port Coquitlam, British Columbia has gone live with Unit4 Business World ERP and is the first Canadian municipality to host data in the cloud. The customer cites potential for cost savings, increases in full-service and support, and greater access to delivery specialists beyond what they could resource internally, as key cloud advantages.

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Emma Keates

Emma Keates

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Serve your people and customers and they will serve you

The Services industry is big and growing fast. A wide range of companies like Netflix, Amazon, Airbnb, and Starbucks epitomize the digital economy having succeeded above competitors to deliver digital business model innovations and excellent service. Their success is the result of delivering flawless service which depends heavily on their people. The only way to support people to deliver this kind of service is through an infrastructure that helps them perform with excellence.

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From UI to UX – the journey to self-driving enterprise IT

In this article Thomas Staven, Director of Corporate Product Management at UNIT4, writes the best user experience is when the machines do it all for you. Like cars, the era of self-driving enterprise IT is near. Continue reading

The Heart of the Enterprise in the Digital Era

Digital business transformation has the world abuzz. New models! New threats! New opportunities!  We are obsessed with every exciting new-fangled thing that will skyrocket our organizations to unfathomable heights…or leave us a broken heap on the side of the launch pad. Time is moving faster and faster as we speak. Continue reading

Mobile, cloud, social: is it spreadsheet hell all over again?

In this new article I wrote for Diginomica, I talk about the rise of mobile, cloud and social risks a new proliferation of unmanaged data and how I foresee ‘post-modern’ ERP coming to the rescue. Continue reading