A rapid paceof change has taken hold in IT across the globe over the past few years. This is due to a need for a restructuring of how IT ecosystems are managed, where traditional systems and procedures appeared to not be able to keep up with the wave of digital transformation – its opportunities and risks.
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The COVID-19 pandemic, in addition to its global health and social impact, has disrupted every business sector in some way. Financial
services companies are faced with several unique challenges, some as a result of the pandemic itself, and others as a manifestation of the heightened pressure on businesses and budgets. This time of rapid change is also an opportunity to respond with innovation and agility, refining and in some instances redefining the financial sector of the future.
There is nothing new about digital transformation. While the term was coined back in 2011, the process of using digital technology to optimise your business goes back at least to the end of the last millennium.
Despite this, and despite the acknowledgement by just about everyone that industries need to integrate technology into their systems in order to grow and thrive in the modern world, true digital transformation has, more often than not, been viewed as a grudge purchase rather than a business opportunity.
The SAP S/4 HANA migration deadline has moved to 2027, however, SAP users are already planning for their migration. For the mega SAP users, seven years isn’t much time to prepare and complete the migration.
Louis Van Wyk from BCX chats to The Human and Machine Podcast about how Industrial IoT extends control of business operations to the edge and the potential barriers we face to adoption in manufacturing.