Business is changing, it is changing
We live in a growth economy. Shareholders and investors expect companies to advance their business. Regardless of these expectations, most companies simply want to grow. This means more: more presence and more products and/or services that companies offer. As a result, companies, on the one hand, go beyond their core, primary activities and, on the other hand, enter international, global markets. And there are acquisitions – another alternative for growth. In every scenario, over time, an organization becomes a number of local branches around its original headquarters. They relate to the headquarters organizationally, but the scope and shape of local business processes may differ. There may be more discrepancies on IT level, e.g. the scope of IT solutions, including ERP systems (different suppliers, different versions), not to mention the integration with satellite systems, supporting a specific part of local business. For such organizations, the best solution may be to develop and then implement the template: reference solutions for local organizations.
Another case of transformation may be, when a company realizes that the current tools are insufficient, ineffective, too complex, out ...
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