This blog was written by Patric Timmermans, Head of Marketing for Enavate. Ben Franklin famously said the only certainties in life are death and taxes. If the founding father were alive now, he might add one more item to that list: You will eventually have to update your ERP solution. And when you do, you need to migrate to the cloud.
This blog is being reprinted with permission from OpenText + Liaison Technologies. Article was written by Ehi Binitie. In the age of big data, most people understand the importance of gathering and using data to make decisions, drive business processes and understand what is happening throughout the entire enterprise. They know that people with very specific skills are essential to effectively capturing, managing and analyzing data for use, but the roles within the data team are not well understood – especially mine.
Enjoying a beer at my favorite brewery over the holidays, my neighbor at the bar told me that Amazon's largest revenue comes from their server space rentals. Who knew??? As consumers we have our eyes on all the products that they sell these days. There are actually people out there who buy virtually everything from the retail giant, from diapers to Xbox. How nice is it as consumers to order something Thursday night after talking to someone at a Thanksgiving dinner and have it on our door step Saturday? I have since learned that Amazon has been busy offering cloud services for more than a decade!
Reprinted with permission from Liaison Technolgies. Written by Hmong Vang, Chief Trust Officer for Liaison Technologes. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was an amendment to the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. And while it was enacted primarily to ensure portability and continuity of health insurance coverage and improving the exchange of health information electronically, it also was intended to protect a patient’s protected health information (PHI) which includes health status or condition, medical history, insurance coverage, payment for health care, and other data that a healthcare provider or other covered entities collect in order to provide the proper care.
Photo appears courtesy of Jason Pratt. Like everything in life, products evolve and services continue to be improved and refined. Liaison is always on the cutting edge and their Alloy managed services is no exception. As our phones have evolved into watches, calendars, alarm clocks and many other things, Alloy has done the same for data integration. According to Ovum ICT Enterprise Insights 2016, Ovum places Liaison as one of the strongest players with state-of-the-art cloud solutions poised for growth in the near future. This Ovum survey states that only a 1/4 of companies (excluding small companies) have strategic long term investments in their B2B integrations. Liaison’s efforts with Alloy have served to provide a white glove, top-notch service to support Cloud computing with a unified platform and end-to-end compliance.
Last but certainly not least in our Biography Series is GraceBlood LLC, which is composed of the dynamic team of AMY Grace and Karen Blood. Busy ladies they are, but we were finally able to get their story. AMY (yes, it’s capitalized because it’s her initials) Grace and Karen Blood started working together in 1997 and created GraceBlood LLC in 2003. Coming from different professional backgrounds, they merged their skills and experiences to form a company focused specifically on integrated EDI and B2B managed services.
Blog and photo reposted with permission from Liaison Technologies. 2016 has been an exciting year for the enterprise cloud sector. Data has become a business currency, and the world’s leading organizations continue to propel data collection and usage with their use of specialized apps in the professional realm. A couple of years ago, Baseline reported that for a typical Fortune 1000 company, just a 10% increase in data accessibility would result in more than $65 million additional net income. Since then, it’s been up to data professionals to tackle the challenge of turning data accessibility into a viable and sustainable benefit for their organizations.
Picture appears courtesy of Tax Credits. This week's blog article was written by Art Douglas. "EDI can save your company 99% of the costs of receiving Purchase Orders and forwarding Shipment Notices and Invoices." That’s the claim made by the author of an article who knows about measuring that kind of thing. I would add that in my many years in the EDI industry, I have seen many implementations that squander any possible gains by failing to find out the facts before deciding how to implement EDI.
Written by Shabih Syed and reprinted with permission from Liaison Technologies. In today’s competitive environment, it is vital to the success of an organization to be able to quickly integrate new business applications, link trading partners for electronic data interchange (EDI), transform data between specific formats to fulfill regulatory record keeping requirements, and manage increasingly complicated and distributed supply chains. As complicated as all these tasks are, it's my opinion that we have only scratched the surface of complexity.
Photo appears courtesy of Dean Hochman. This week's blog was written by Art Douglas. Millenia ago, Og went into his cave looking for his deer-antler hatchet. But alas, he was unable to find it, for he had many belongings, and a very small cave. After hours of searching, the hatchet was discovered. Later, Og pondered how he could store the hatchet where it would be easier to find. At that moment, Og remembered his friend, Kow, who had a very large cave with many chambers. The two friends struck a deal. Kow would store Og’s weapons in one of his many chambers, so when Og needed them, he didn’t have to search for them in his own cluttered cave, he knew he could find them in Kow’s cave. Moreover, should Og wish to share his weapons with others in the community, he only had to notify Kow of the fact, and Kow would share Og’s stuff with whomever Og has allowed.