The shapeshifting workforce

Organizations need flexible and motivated employees. We help you imagine and realize the different shapes your workforce can shift into.

How to build a future-proof employee experience roadmap

All the experiences your employees have with your company, make up the employee experience. From the actual hiring over the first day on the job, throughout the career path all the way up to becoming an alumni.

By placing your employees’ experiences centre stage,  you can build an agile and future-proof anywhere-plus-office hybrid workplace model that works for everyone.

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The importance of data archiving

In today’s system landscapes data grows continuously and at an ever increasing speed. This creates a challenge for today’s businesses.
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7 challenges of robotics and AI in the workplace

In the past, the primary aim of robotics used to be to automate manual tasks. Nowadays, however, robots and artificial intelligence (AI) go hand in hand with employees in the workplace, and they are becoming essential in helping us to do our day-to-day jobs efficiently, explains Juan Staes from delaware.
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Migrating to SAP S/4HANA: 3 myths debunked

SAP S/4HANA is a game changer in every way. It makes your company more agile and future-proof, brings you closer to your customer, and allows you to create value in previously unimaginable ways. Many companies, however, are postponing their migrations to SAP’s in-memory business suite out of concern for potential impacts on their current infrastructures and processes. The truth: there is much more to lose by not acting, and much to gain for those who start today.
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From unstructured content to smart content

Over the last couple of years Enterprise Content Management (ECM) has evolved at a considerable pace, forcing Gartner to review the definition in the 2016 edition of its annual publication called ‘The Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Content Management’. ECM is now defined as “a set of services and micro-services, embodied either as an integrated product suite or as separate applications that share common APIs and repositories, to exploit diverse content types, and serve multiple constituencies and numerous use cases across an organization”.
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