One: Oracle News for Midsized Organisations, Summer 2008

In this issue of Oracle ONE, its quarterly newsletter for midsized organisations, the company looks at regulatory compliance – a question that keeps many managers awake at night! Yet midsized organisations can turn compliance to their advantage with processes that drive efficiency and competitive edge, while facilitating compliance at the same time.

One: Oracle News for Midsized Organisations, Autumn 2008

In this issue of ONE, its quarterly newsletter for midsized organisations, Oracle looks at business continuity – how to ensure that your information systems are secure and stable enough to protect all your information assets. Have you tried living through a system crash when you’re rushing to complete a customer project? The consequences for any

Ten Things To Consider For Rapid Implementation

IT and software applications can play a huge role in getting work done quickly and efficiently. The right tools, and the right support, can help a company differentiate from the pack and deliver a superior level of service. The problem is, SMBs don’t have time for lengthy assessments, consultations, solution designs, and phased rollout schedules.

Competition Intensifiers For The SMB ERP Customer

Over the next three to five years, the most dynamic and innovative growth area in enterprise applications will be users in the small and midmarket. With unique requirements that demand full capabilities without complexity, SMB customers seek practical solutions with quick return on investment (ROI). Vendors, incumbents, and challengers alike, have responded to these demands

ERP For Midsize Organisations: The Need For Rapid Implementation

In today’s tough economic climate all organisations need to improve efficiency and, even in midsize firms, that usually means coordinating large quantities of information. Large organisations have large scale IT resources, such as enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, to fulfil these requirements. But such systems are perceived as too unwieldy for midsize firms and the