Intact acquires Blue Rock Systems to accelerate UK growth
Intact has acquired its longtime partner, Blue Rock Systems. The deal is expected to accelerate Intact's growth in the UK.
Intact's ERP systems have been resold, deployed, and serviced by Blue Rock for over 15 years. The acquisition will increase Intact's ERP footprint.
Intact's profits were... Read more
Basware bolsters integration partner network through training service
Basware introduces Sound Boarding Service, a training program for experienced integration partners. The introduction underscores Basware's growing focus on its partner network.
Basware develops automation solutions for purchase-to-pay (P2P) processes. Examples of P2P processes are the payment an... Read more
Xledger updates its ERP solution
The latest update delivers four innovations and one expected improvement.
This week Xledger released its latest update of 2021 for its cloud-based ERP solution. The update is called R2-2021 and includes several innovations and enhancements to the expenses module. The improvements include updates... Read more
Microsoft Dynamics specialist Quantiq is acquired by Avanade
Quantiq is now under the control of Avanade, the $2+-billion Microsoft solution provider company. Quantiq is headquartered in London and employs 300 people. It has won the coveted Microsoft Business Applications Inner Circle award for five years running.
The terms of the deal were kept private. ... Read more
Oracle forays into machine learning for its ERP software
Oracle Cloud recently introduced its range of cloud-based enterprise resource planning systems, including machine learning capabilities that automate many manual entry tasks.
The ERP system forms a core component of technology these days, functioning as a hub for organizations to manage tasks re... Read more
Can ERP decide a Formula One race?
IFS started working with the Formula One known today as Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One Team in 2019. What is the added value of a good ERP system in this sport? We asked Oliver Pilgerstorfer, the CMO of IFS.
When you hear the term ERP, your heart rate probably doesn't immediately go up. At l... Read more
Oracle Fusion Cloud Procurement is about more than reducing costs
Cost reduction has traditionally been an important part of business operations when it comes to procurement. In the coming period, it may get an extra boost. After all, many organizations have had to invest heavily in the past year and a half to deal with the consequences of the corona crisis. Yet ... Read more
Unit4 Announces Buyout by TA Associates and Partners Group
The existing Unit4 Management Team will remain in place.
Unit4 this week announced it has signed a definitive agreement to receive a majority investment from TA Associates, a leading global growth private equity firm. Partners Group, a leading global private markets firm, will invest alongside T... Read more
SAP pushes S/4HANA Cloud ERP with RISE with SAP
SAP has kicked off 2021 with major updates to its enterprise resource planning (ERP) software S/4HANA. The German ERP giant is launching RISE with SAP, which it describes as 'business transformation as a service'. This complete package should give companies the means to modernise their business pro... Read more
Infor helps companies modernise with cloud-first ERP
Infor is one of the software vendors firmly committed to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) in the cloud. When companies choose for ERP in the cloud, they're also taking a step in modernisation. Therefore, many IT administrators are moving from on-premise to cloud-based or intend to. With cloud-fir... Read more