ALL400S provides valuable intelligence on the world of IBM i and recently shared the results of their year-end 2023 survey of AS400 and i-series businesses.
If a “headless” ERP system sounds spooky, it shouldn’t! A headless ERP approach can help improve flexibility, manage costs, and enhance the user experience, with no guillotine required. And, with the right mindset shift, a headless strategy can even be an ideal solution for many legacy ERP systems. PSGi Co-founder and President Larry Dube explained why in his recent webinar. In this blog, we summarize the key points of his presentation.
When a business acquires another organization, the need to migrate data from the acquired company’s ERP software introduces some unique challenges. This data must be aligned to the acquiring company’s corporate standard ERP.
Are you considering working with a 3rd party ERP support provider? The transition process can have a decisive impact on this provider’s value to your business.
Cloud computing platforms can offer unprecedented scalability compared to traditional onsite or hosted servers, but adapting IBM i applications to x86-based cloud platforms has historically been a prohibitive challenge. But today, new solutions like Skytap and Infinite i make cloud platforms a viable option for organizations that depend on IBM i applications. We explain how in this blog.
Once robust security protections are in place and thoroughly audited, your organization should be well protected from external threats.
But are sensitive data like credit card numbers, social security numbers, and corporate financials truly protected within applications such as ERP and SCM software? Do employees with routine data reporting duties have access to private data? Regulations like GDPR and CCPA are proliferating and will only add to the growing pressure to secure sensitive data.
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What are the most important considerations when considering migrating your ERP system to the cloud? We take a look at some of the most critical in this blog.
How can ERP software be aligned to business requirements that vary across different business units, subsidiaries, and geographies? In this blog, we explore how a “two-tier” ERP can provide an effective solution.
IBM i’s RCAC functionality offers a flexible option for securing sensitive data like social security numbers, credit card numbers, and more–without requiring complex modifications to integrated applications.
The “cloud” always seems to be a hot topic in ERP-related discussions these days–and for good reason! A cloud implementation that is well-matched to a business’s requirements can offer an exceptional blend of performance, affordability, and operational agility.