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If someone came up to you and proposed a project that would cut your costs 80 percent and pay itself back in six months, would you take them up on the offer? While admittedly being on the extreme ends of the scale, these numbers are within reach of the average project of switching from paper-based invoicing processes to electronic invoicing. Thus, it’s no wonder that e-invoicing is growing globally at

Big data, data aggregation, data integration, data management, data harmonization… The many ways to serve up data for maximum insight and, ultimately, profit, is on everyone’s minds—ours included. And while the very realization that data is one of the most important resources an organization possesses is an ongoing trend in and of itself, I’d like to dive a little deeper into the micro-trends that I believe will come of age

While apps and processes are the enablers for business users, enterprise data are the assets that drive operational performance. Next to user experience, extracting value from its data should be a strategic missive for all organizations. It is integral to achieving return on investment (ROI) and risk management objectives, strengthening competitiveness and meeting GRC (governance, regulatory, compliance) requirements. The more data-centric a company is the more likely it is to

For years, IT professionals have put monolithic applications at the center of their IT solar systems. And just as orbiting planets are bound by the gravitational pull of their sun, application-centric organizations are bound by the constraints of their enterprise application. For example, data integration, data analysis, and even data itself (as an artifact) is largely determined by the applications at play. In an application-centric IT environment: Data is locked

Besides being home to both the first (and primary) treatment center for Ebola and the Center for Disease Control, Georgia boasts the most health IT companies of any state, according to Technology Association of Georgia and the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce. To prove it, over 1200 people have come together at this year’s Health IT Leadership Summit in Atlanta to network and hear about the latest developments in healthcare challenges

Extracting more value from data assets is integral to successful strategy execution. This is all the more important as the sheer volume and complexity of big data challenges traditional practices for discovering, integrating, managing and governing data. In the age of big data, a data cloud services broker (CSB), such as Liaison Technologies, that unifies data integration and data management can be of great value in helping organizations harness the

Guest Author:Jonny Hawley, User Experience Developer “User experience” is a broad term for a simple goal: crafting an experience your end-users enjoy. This is a simple concept, simple deployment, and expected results, but your results may vary. Let’s dig deeper into the user experience dilemma. What is a good user experience? That’s half the fun – trying to predict human behavior. Until Google invents a magic crystal UI ball, we’re

Guest Author:Peter Rodenhauser In late August, I had the privilege of presenting for a webinar hosted by TDWI and featuring Dr. Claudia Imhoff, president and founder of Intelligent Solutions. Claudia, an internationally recognized expert on analytics and co-author of many books on the subject, spoke on five major trends impacting today’s data management and decision-making environment. I deal with these five trends everyday in my work at Liaison and can

By partnering with a data Cloud Services Broker (CSB), organizations can realize faster time to value through a secure cloud-based platform that offers seamless data integration and data management capabilities. Users can flexibly and efficiently integrate on-premise, partner, cloud-based and newer big data sources to quickly prepare data for analysis, speeding decision-making. Easy-to-use tools reduce integration project time and costs. As a result, users spend less time on learning how

In my previous blog post, I introduced some basic concepts of big data: what it is, the forces that are driving it and why everyone is buzzing about it. In a nutshell, big data is the ability to store unlimited amounts of disparate data in order to perform endless analysis in batch and real time. The promise of big data is very real (more data + new ways to analyze

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