DevOps: Continuous Deployment (July 11th)
IT - ERP

The transformative events of the past few years may finally sound the death knell for traditional ERP systems as enterprises seek agility, flexibility, and speed

Moving into the digital 2020s, enterprises are contemplating the adoption of a new generation of collaborative, composable, and cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) technologies, motivated by a stubborn pandemic, insecure supply chains, transient workforces, and other factors.

An overwhelming 94% of organizations worldwide are embracing a next-generation ERP strategy that involves migrating to cloud platforms and adopting high-end analytics such as artificial intelligence to overcome the limitations of legacy applications and modernize their businesses, according to a survey of 1,675 IT executives by Boomi.

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