Apps Associates launched on September 1, 2002. It doesn’t feel like fifteen years to me. I still remember our very first project in India, an upgrade from Oracle ERP 10.7 to version 11i. I handled the project management and technical architecture for WMS Mobile devices. The successful completion of that project, on time and under budget, was the beginning of a journey that still continues today. We’ve grown to a global organization that operates in Asia, Europe and North America. Continue reading “Celebrating 15 Amazing Years at Apps Associates”
We last left one another considering sales enablement as a door to cooperation and collaboration which breaks the traditional corporate silo structure. What does this concept look like outside of sales enablement? Let’s dig into a function a bit less obvious to the sales enablement circle – Marketing. Continue reading “Keep the Silos on the Farm – Part II”
1. Shop Around Before You Ship
Organizations need an efficient freight rating process. Comparing prices and service levels among multiple carriers such as UPS, Fedex, etc. is key when cutting costs. In order to achieve a competitive advantage in a challenging business environment, you need to select a partner who provides a sophisticated solution which has the flexibility and tight integration to meet the unique business requirements of Oracle EBS Customers and comes with different deployment options, whether it’s on-premises or in the Cloud. Continue reading “5 Ways Oracle EBS Customers can Save on Shipping Costs”
The word can evoke images of grain towers or underground guided missile chambers.
But living in today’s high-tech world…
Just the sound of the word can cause dread for what may follow. In tech circles, the word “silo” is rarely uttered in light or uncontentious conversation. It carries incredible negative connotation, perhaps because it often creates havoc. The impact of silos grows every day, especially in technology-driven companies (nearly all of us) where collaboration and nimbleness is increasingly more critical to success. Continue reading “Keep the Silos on the Farm”