Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems are used by businesses of all sizes to integrate various business functions into one complete system to streamline day-to-day processes such as accounting, procurement, project management, human resource management, customer relationship management, inventory, risk management and compliance, and supply chain operations.
The world’s leading ERP solution provider, Oracle, presents enterprises with E-Business Suite (EBS) that supports enterprises in managing and optimising enterprise-wide business processes seamlessly.
“75% of IT professionals view the public cloud as more secure than their own data centres” – Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report 2020
One of the most advanced and disrupting trends in computing, Cloud computing is a service that provides on-demand delivery of computing
81% of data breaches happen due to poor passwords. – Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report
The technology world today prefers being passwordless than bear the nuances of managing multiple security keys to access systems. A passwordless authentication works across an integrated ecosystem of applications on-premise, cloud, online, and offline providing a unified user experience and an unprecedented level of identity assurance.
A data breach costs $3.86 million on an average. – IBM
Identity and Access Management (IAM or IDAM) is a framework of policies that enables enterprises to automate the entire user lifecycle and provides them with secure, fine-grained access to enterprise resources and assets. Identity and access management tools are crucial to enterprises and are increasingly business-aligned.
Technology, today, plays an integral role in contributing to a business’ success. Enterprises, although, find it challenges to maintain and manage the large, diverse, and complex IT landscapes. The complexity to manage and maintain existing systems increases in high maintenance and operational costs.
“Data-driven organisations are 23 times more likely to acquire customers, six times as likely to retain customers, and 19 times as likely to be profitable as a result” – McKinsey Global Institute
Enterprises, in today’s digital era, must use analytics to embark on a successful digital transformation journey. Smart business analytics and data analytics tools can help enterprises in gaining a competitive advantage over less-informed peers.
One of the fastest-growing technologies of recent times, Blockchain has all the capabilities to transform enterprises across industries and is deemed to the next-big-thing after the Internet. The technology can be defined as a list of records called blocks that are connected using cryptography where every block holds the cryptographic hash of the previous block, a timestamp, and transaction data, which is represented as a Merkle tree.
Touted to be the future of technology, Blockchain has been widely accepted by enterprises and economies globally.