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Professional-services firm Grant Thornton LLP and Information Services Group (ISG) have formed an alliance that will help Grant Thornton clients improve their business operations through robotic process automation (RPA)
Over the past several years, robotic process automation (RPA) has burst onto the scene offering companies a way to improve accuracy, increase compliance and save costs in the back office.
ISG’s work with large enterprise clients and service providers suggests that workplace managed services are undergoing a paradigm shift, from being device-centric to user experience-centric.
Managed workplace services requirements for mid-market companies are quite different from those for large enterprises.
It’s one of the hardest jobs a CIO has to do: keep legacy technology up and running while embracing a torrent of new applications and services.
Historically, Amazon has by far had the most success when it places itself in a position to profit from as many business transactions as efficiently as possible.
We’ve become a generation of DIY travelers. We plan, manage and book our own travel online – and technology has made it all possible.
Im Januar 2018 hat Oliver Schwarz die Leitung der ISG Information Services Group von Bernd Schäfer übernommen, der dem Unternehmen 15 Jahre lang vorstand.
Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, and JPMorgan fired a very loud shot heard ‘round the markets this week when they announced an alliance aimed at helping to reduce their own healthcare costs.
Le marché du sourcing rebondit en Europe, soutenu par la croissance des offres « Infrastructure as-a-Service »
Le marché du sourcing dans la région EMEA a rebondi au dernier trimestre 2017 pour afficher une croissance à deux chiffres des valeurs des contrats pour le marché du sourcing traditionnel et «as-a-Service»
SAP America has announced that it is acquiring Callidus Software, providers of the CallidusCloud software platform for human resource, sales, “lead-to-money” (quote-to-cash), marketing, and customer experience solutions.
Less than five years after Dell Technologies’ own and at-times contentious privatization effort, we’ve begun hearing rumors that the company might pursue a reverse-merger with VMware Inc., in large part to resolve EBITDA woes.
The business and technology nature(s) of the merger-to-split between Noida-based Birlasoft and Pune-headquartered KPIT Technologies provides a great example of how both the pace and nature of tech-firm M&A are being disrupted.