CW ASEAN - September 2017: Strike a business balance

CW ASEAN - September 2017: Strike a business balance

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Cloud-based ERP applications are growing in popularity, yet they don’t fit every need. In this month’s issue of CW ASEAN, we delve deeper into the motivations for adopting cloud-ERP systems in Southeast Asia, the limitations of the technology and what enterprises need to consider before jumping onto the bandwagon. Also, find out what Dell-EMC is doing to tackle the Asia-Pacific market, and how NTT Docomo is using SAP Hana to improve customer service.

Also in this issue:

The dawn of a new era for Dell EMC
Paul Henaghan, the president of Dell EMC in South Asia and Korea, shares what the company is doing to streamline its salesforce, his views on the hyper-convergence space and strategy for tackling the APAC market

NTT Docomo turns to SAP Hana to boost customer experience
The telco rolls out the in-memory database in eight months to analyse data from retail outlets and customer call centres in a bid to improve service levels

CISOs in Singapore concerned with cloud security
Unsanctioned cloud apps continue to be major bugbear among security chiefs in Singapore, a Symantec survey has found

Is cloud ERP software ready for prime time?
Cloud-based enterprise resource planning applications are used widely in APAC, yet some companies are hanging on to on-premise systems that remain core to their business

Vendor:
ComputerWeekly.com
Posted:
21 Sep 2017
Published:
21 Sep 2017
Format:
PDF
Length:
15 Page(s)
Type:
Ezine
Language:
English
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