In our Blog of 19th May 2017, ” HOW MONITORING CAN HELP TO ENSURE THAT YOUR BUSINESS STAYS HEALTHY” we introduced the reader to nJAMS. nJAMS provides a true understanding of what is actually going on across the value chain, and why. It empowers organisations by providing process insights, so they know more about their business operations and can quickly take action. It also promotes better decision making, offers the…Read More
Public sector bodies use integration to protect investment
At a time when budgets are under pressure, public sector bodies need to get the most from their spending. This applies just as much to IT projects as it does to anything else. Indeed, effective deployment of IT can help to stretch other budgets and make better use of resources overall. The Government is keen to encourage digital projects and has set up its own G-Cloud digital marketplace to help…Read More
Remove the Barriers and You can Close the Digital Divide.
You might think that as we become increasingly reliant upon technology in our everyday lives, any business would be keen to embrace the technological future in order to communicate better with its customers and improve profitability. However, research last year from the CBI and IBM (http://www.cbi.org.uk/news/digital-divide-among-uk-business-is-holding-back-the-economy/) reveals that there’s a growing digital divide emerging in the UK economy with a little over half of all companies embracing the digital economy…Read More
Closing the Digital Divide
Closing the Digital Divide – Seven things you need to get right in order to take advantage of the digitised supply chain. More than ever before, commerce today relies upon close collaboration between businesses at all stages of the supply chain. This enables suppliers, manufacturers, distributors and ultimately customers to benefit from a boost in performance, reduced time-to-market and lower costs. Ultimately this means bigger profits, but it also gives…Read More
Integration Platforms for the Government Sector 2016 Report
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W3Partnership becomes a Digital Outcomes supplier, how will this affect customers?
The world is increasingly turning towards digital technology and the cloud to transform business processes and make the handling of data more streamlined. Whilst the public sector may have been slow to grasp this move to a digital world at first, it’s now starting to catch up. The UK Government has launched its own Digital Marketplace, making it easier for public sector bodies to buy the digital services that they…Read More