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Is your organization preparing for upcoming ESG regulations and reporting obligations? Adopting an enterprise architecture approach can help set you up for ESG success. Let’s explore how enterprise architecture can assist in achieving your ESG objectives.
In July 2022, Gartner published the Magic Quadrant for Cloud ERP for Service-Centric Enterprises. This new Magic Quadrant focuses entirely on ERP for service organizations. Enterprises can increasingly be characterized as a service provider. This Magic Quadrant is therefore relevant to many enterprises. We summarized the main conclusions of the 26 page report for you.
In late 2021, Gartner published its Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Architecture Tools. It lists the highest-performing vendors with focus and momentum in the market for EA tools. Although the market for Enterprise Architecture tools is still young and in full development the report is a great resource. But not many take the time to look beyond the famous two-by-two-matrix. Luckily for you, we did read the entire report and we found three key takeaways that you would miss out on if you just focus on the quadrant.
The proposed business case to migrate your company to a cloud ERP solution used to be based mainly on a lower TCO, or a maintenance-free platform. But there is more, technology enables us to do so much more. The possibilities a cloud platform can provide your business are endless and gives you opportunities that not long ago would have been impossible to imagine. Not only do you save costs by outsourcing your infrastructure and maintenance, but you can also make manual labor obsolete by deploying autonomous solutions that work intelligently.
A new generation of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions is here. These cloud-based alternatives leverage in-memory database technology and offer front-ends on multiple devices. This new generation of ERP also provides analytical capabilities. What impact will these new capabilities have on the Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) arena? Will this new generation of ERP’s make EPM solutions obsolete?
When you do a Google search for innovation and ERP and digital core, you will most likely come across multiple websites that focus on innovations like Cloud, Internet of Things, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Mobile Apps, and Robotics. Is this focus on innovation just a strive for differentiation of the different vendors, or do these innovations deliver the promised value to your organization?