Bis Industries, a leading Australian provider of services to the minerals and resources industries, supplies mining equipment to the coal industry on Australia’s East Coast. Helping the company’s customers get serious work done in challenging environments requires a thorough asset inspection process. To get assets back on hire faster and improve customer satisfaction, Bis Industries Underground division needed to eliminate manual inspection processes.
DSI’s mobile-first application development platform has long led the way in giving companies the complete technological framework they need to quickly and easily develop, deploy and manage mobile apps that are tailored to their business processes.
Topics: app analytics, app lifecycle management, dsi mobile application development platform, dsi platform, dsi platform upgrade, dsi platform version 8.5, mobile app development, Platform & Technology, supply chain mobile apps, insights
How many disparate software systems does your company operate? Increasingly in the digital economy, companies amass various enterprise software, machines and devices through growth and acquisitions. The challenge is how to integrate them to streamline operations. Web services integrations are a vital tool for sorting through the mess and facilitating interoperability between software and devices. The latest update to the DSI platform, version 8.2 SP4, includes enhancements to DSI’s web services integration capabilities that make connecting to any data source faster and easier.
Increasing productivity—it’s a constant challenge, right? We may not be able to help de-clutter your inbox or minimize your meeting requests, but we can help you build and manage your company’s mobile apps more efficiently, thanks to the latest DSI Digital Supply Chain Platform (DSCP)TM update, 8.2 SP3.
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.
New updates to the DSI Digital Supply Chain Platform (DSCP)TM , 8.2 SP1, make it easier to deliver rich, browser-based apps using an HTML5 client. Because you can deploy these browser-based apps to a broader range of devices and across more platforms without the need for device-resident client software, you’ll have less administrative overhead and the ability to distribute applications more broadly. The DSCP updates also include transaction analytics (pictured above) to help customers keep tabs on transaction activity and diagnose performance issues when integrating with back-end systems of record.
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.
APIs, once the sole domain of tech-savvy developers, are now moving into the boardroom. The use cases—and business benefits—are compelling, including helping companies learn more about their customers, adding robust functionality to existing software and mobile apps and improving their competitive advantage through better visibility, insight and performance. If you aren’t yet tapping into the full power of APIs, now’s the time to start.
Topics: Platform & Technology
The cloud, once an aspirational destination, has undergone a significant shift, increasingly becoming “ingrained in the fabric of business and IT,” according to Gartner. Although operating out of the cloud may not be the best fit for every business, cloud migration is certainly worth considering. Yet like any large-scale technology implementation, cloud migration can be complex—and that means you need a plan. If you’re thinking about moving your business infrastructure to the cloud, start with this mission-critical checklist.
Topics: cloud migration checklist, cloud migration planning, cloud migration strategy, cloud solutions, dsi cloud, dsi cloud connect, enterprise cloud, enterprise cloud migration, migrating erp to the cloud, migrating to the cloud, Platform & Technology, PaaS
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.