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By: Schneider Electric     Published Date: Apr 02, 2019
Organizations need resilience in the face of an increasingly broad and unpredictable risk landscape. This is especially true when it comes to energy and sustainability. Investors and customers alike recognize the effects of climate change and other factors that increase volatility. And the pressure these and other groups are applying to drive change can no longer be ignored.
Tags : economic growth, schneider electric
     Schneider Electric
By: Workday     Published Date: Oct 22, 2019
Customer expectations and market volatility are making it difficult for professional services organizations to deliver on time and under budget. Yet, best-in-class companies still manage to work efficiently and improve profitability. This report from Aberdeen discusses how professional services automation helps companies to manage new requests more eddiciently, forecast and plan demand and increase visibility into resources.
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     Workday
By: Workday     Published Date: Oct 22, 2019
Customer expectations and market volatility are making it difficult for professional services organizations to deliver on time and under budget. Yet, best-in-class companies still manage to work efficiently and improve profitability. This report from Aberdeen discusses how professional services automation helps companies to manage new requests more eddiciently, forecast and plan demand and increase visibility into resources.
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     Workday
By: IBM     Published Date: Jan 02, 2014
Business intelligence derived from sophisticated analytics has given large companies an edge for years. It helps them be more competitive, make information---based decisions faster and better, improves operational efficiencies, and boosts the bottom line. Midsize businesses are increasingly eager to reap similar benefits. Business intelligence derived from sophisticated analytics has given large companies an edge for years. It helps them be more competitive, make information---based decisions faster and better, improves operational efficiencies, and boosts the bottom line. Midsize businesses are increasingly eager to reap similar benefits.
Tags : ibm, business analytics, midsize businesses, geeknet, business intelligence, customer volatility, market volatility, variety of data, it managers, implementing analytics, ba systems, ba solutions, in-house analytics, ba capability, scorecarding, time-to-insight, business risk, business planning, data management
     IBM
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