Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise Architects shoulder the responsibility of maintaining an organization’s IT networks and services, overseeing the enhancement and upgrading of enterprise services, software, and hardware. A pivotal aspect of their role involves mapping the alignment of business processes with the infrastructure and software utilized, ensuring a cohesive IT landscape. In this context, Enterprise Architects leverage Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems to streamline and optimize business processes. This includes understanding the challenges faced by the organization, collecting relevant data, and utilizing ERP knowledge to identify effective solutions. Communication skills are crucial, as they articulate these solutions clearly across the organization, contributing not only to technical upkeep but also to strategic alignment and efficiency through ERP integration.

Best ERP retail
What is the best ERP for retail?
In the fast-paced world of retail, staying ahead means not only offering sought-after products but also ensuring seamless operations. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems have emerged as a cornerstone in achieving this balance, helping retailers manage inventory, sales, customer data,...
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Composable ERP: Some assembly required
Matt McLarty discusses the what and why of composable ERP, so you're not left looking with frustration at an ordeal of scattered parts.
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99 problems? The fix is One
Paul Esherwood speaks to Brian Duffy, former SAP cloud president turned CEO of SoftwareOne, on why its time for technology customers to stop buying and start utilizing.
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Cloud vendors can’t ditch on-prem: It’s a love/hate relationship
Is it a good match? The history and happenings of cloud vendors' difficult relationship with on-premise solutions.
Boomi provides end-to-end capabilities including application integration, data quality governance, B2B/EDI network management, API management and workflow automation.
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Maintain first place with enterprise automation
New technology and the widespread adoption of digital solutions have revolutionized how businesses operate, connect with customers and optimize their processes. It has become increasingly clear that leveraging technology is a necessity for sustained success.
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Elevating Workday ERP with Boomi and Huron
Having proper data governance and preparation can prevent errors, duplicate data and inefficiencies, but this can be difficult to achieve without the right tools and partners in place to elevate your ERP implementations.
Oracle + IBM
Accelerate your journey to Oracle Cloud and transform with IBM's cognitive and automation solutions, tailored by industry and business process domain.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Accelerating your business outcomes with comprehensive solutions, from edge to cloud.
Infor is a global leader in business cloud software products for companies in industry specific markets. Infor builds complete industry suites in the cloud and efficiently deploys technology that puts the user experience first, leverages data science, and integrates easily into existing systems.