The countdown is on to COLLABORATE 16 in beautiful Las Vegas! There’s no shortage of fun to be had throughout one of the biggest Oracle events of the year, but there’s plenty of education and insight, too. We’re thrilled to be returning to COLLABORATE as a Platinum Elite sponsor. #TeamDSI will be out in full force with presentations, live demonstrations and networking events. Instead of reviewing our COLLABORATE line-up, let’s take a closer look at some of the most pervasive business problems facing your company and how we’ll help you solve them.
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The DSI Digital Supply Chain Platform (DSCP)TM is built to give you speed, scalability and agility when developing, deploying and managing your company’s mobile apps, and that includes meeting continually increasing demand for apps with a rich, sophisticated user experience. To better help you do that, the latest update to the DSCP, 8.2 SP2, includes features that empower you to easily improve the design of your apps and further enables device-agnostic app layout and functionality on both mobile devices and desktop computers.
With the holiday season in full gear, businesses race to keep up with customer demand and as a result, inventory management challenges rise to the forefront. A recent study revealed that out-of-stocks, overstocks and returns cost retail businesses a massive $1.75 trillion a year. To protect your bottom line, you need to know what’s in stock, what’s on order, and where and when it’s shipping—in short, you need real-time visibility into your inventory. Fortunately, cloud-based inventory management can play a crucial role in preventing feast or famine and addressing industry-specific inventory challenges so that you can escape the #blackfriday #fail Twitter hashtag combination next year.
Technology evolves quickly—so quickly, in fact, that it can be tempting to tune out the tech chatter. If you’re a stakeholder or decision-maker in your company, how do you know what new technology to pursue? In KPMG’s fourth annual Global Technology Innovation Survey, 832 technology industry business leaders from around the globe offered their input on a wide variety of tech-related topics, including identifying the technologies that will have the greatest impact on driving business transformation over the next 3 years. Let’s take a look at their top four responses.
Cloud computing is no longer an emerging trend. Adoption is so widespread, various reports find that a majority of businesses are using the cloud in some form. To maintain competitive advantage in this transformed marketplace, the question is no longer when to move to the cloud, but how you get there.
During the webinar, you’ll also learn more about the following:
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Businesses can safeguard their enterprise by carefully selecting a partner whose cloud offering ensures proper data protection and compliance with security regulations. If your priority is to quickly establish a secure and reliable connection between your systems of record for real-time visibility and mobile execution across the supply chain, consider DSI Cloud. Built for best in class security that easily integrates with your existing security infrastructure, DSI’s cloud solution offers multiple layers of protection to provide peace of mind while setting your business on the shortest, simplest path to mobilizing your business across the extended supply chain.
COLLABORATE 15, the technology and applications forum put on by three of Oracle’s most influential user groups, wrapped last week in Las Vegas. The event drew thousands of Oracle users and solution providers, and included a week of informative sessions on hot topics, best practices and professional development. If you weren’t able to attend, we brought back some highlights to help you catch up on the discussions.
Although the show is geared toward Oracle JD Edwards users, several topics were discussed that are applicable to any enterprise. To help you focus (no pun intended) your tech priorities for 2015 and beyond, here are 5 key takeaways that need to be on your radar.
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