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SAP UK & Ireland User Group report continuing issues with indirect access and SAP technology adoption
"SAP UK & Ireland User Group provide a mixed bag of results over the progress made with S/4 HANA, C/4HANA, and indirect access."
brexit  cloud  erp  financials  and  supply  chain  event  reports  indirect  access 
november 2018 by jonerp
SAP shows healthy Q2 FY 2018 cloud revs, ups outlook – a call with Luka Mucic, CFO
"SAP comes off Q2 FY2018 in good shape and with a healthy outlook but there are still plenty of questions it needs to answer."
brexit  cloud  erp  financials  and  supply  chain  platforms  -  infrastructure  architecture  crm  customer  experience  hcm  the  digital  future  of  work  earnings  report 
july 2018 by jonerp
Brexit – UK will leave EU Digital Single Market, but wants strong data relationship - by @derek_dupreez
"Prime Minister Theresa May has laid out the ‘hard facts’ of Brexit and has said that the UK will be leaving the EU’s Digital Single Market."
regulation  brexit 
march 2018 by jonerp
While tech leaders downplay Brexit, worry dominates - by @dahowlett
"Brexit is now a reality. What does this mean for existing technology systems for those who trade in and around Europe? We cannot know but it should be a legitimate cause for concern."
digital  government  and  public  services  brexit 
march 2017 by jonerp
Enough with the Brexcuses – we’ve got quite enough to worry about - by @whostu
"Lloyds is axing 3000 jobs and shutting 200 branches because of Brexit....except it isn't. We're going to hear enough Brexcuses in the coming months without false claims being made now."
digital  enterprise  in  the  real  world  financial  services  and  fintech  brexit 
july 2016 by jonerp
Brexit – time for cool heads in the UK cloud industry - by @philww
"Emotions are still raw after last month's Brexit vote but Britain needs cool heads and calm thinking to find the best outcome for its cloud industry."
cloud  platforms  -  infrastructure  and  architecture  regulation  brexit 
july 2016 by jonerp
CRM and Brexit: teachable moment - by @denispombriant
"But a criticism of digitization has always been, for what purpose? The answer that is coming into view seems to be CRM for constituents rather than customers. Government outreach to citizens is too often bare-bones and decrepit. But what if we applied CRM ideas and technologies to government? No doubt there would be naysayers but I think their foot dragging would be in the service of a status quo that benefits too few and no longer works. It would be obvious and these naysayers could be discounted."
trends  &  concepts  analytic  brexit  crm  current  affairs  eu  government  maastricht  mobile  social 
june 2016 by jonerp
Monday’s Musings: The Post #BREXIT Analysis, What’s Next? - by @rwang0
"While many will attempt to blame the outcome on an ignorant non-urban voter, the results showed how much discontent the average citizen has for the political and financial elites."
analysis  brexit  chief  customer  officer  digital  executive  financial  hr  information  marketing  people  procurement  revenue 
june 2016 by jonerp
The broader issues behind Brexit send a frightening message to the services industry - by @pfersht
"Moreover, this rebellion against the establishment can be clearly mirrored in many of our enterprises, where similar issues of disenfranchisement are rapidly permeating."
business  process  outsourcing  (bpo)  digital  transformation  hfsresearch.com  homepage  hr  strategy  it  services  sourcing  change  management  the  as-a-service  economy  brexit  enterprise  irregulars 
june 2016 by jonerp
How To Make Sense Of The Brexit Turmoil
"Ignore the initial market reaction: The initial reaction will tell us next to nothing about the longer-run impact a Brexit will have on markets or the broader economy. Market turmoil was probably inevitable after a decision this momentous, and it will be made worse by the fact that the outcome was a surprise: Despite polls showing a close race, most investors expected the “Remain” side to prevail in the end. That means markets hadn’t fully “priced in” a Brexit and will now have to adjust."
brexit  david  cameron  editor’s  picks  european  union  recession  u.k.  politics  united  kingdom 
june 2016 by jonerp

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