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23

May

The future of productivity for business systems

Everything in one place: information that’s seamless, contextual, easily consumable (and – in the very near future – predictive) ... read full post

Posted by:  James Page , Practice Director Partners, Alliances & Channels |  23 May 2016

Digital Transformation, Less Busyness More Business


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20

May

From the rear-view mirror to the road ahead: How Data Analytics can improve organisational productivity and underpin digital transformation

Anna Tarasoff, Intergen’s Practice Manager, Data Analytics shares observations and insights on how Data Analytics help New Zealand organisations achieve productivity gains, digital transformation and – ultimately – a change in mindset that allows all areas of a business to focus much more clearly on the road ahead.  ... read full post

Posted by:  Anna Tarasoff , Data Insights Manager, Data Insights |  20 May 2016

Power BI, Data Intelligence, Digital Transformation, Less Busyness More Business, Data Analytics


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10

May

CEO Summit 2016: The Uberfication threat to all NZ Businesses

Who is going to perform ‘Uberfication’ in your industry? How did DJ Fatboy Slim help make a small New Zealand company a global brand? What do you sell that people around the world want to buy?  ... read full post

Posted by:  Lee Stevens , Solutions Specialist, Product Management & Marketing |  10 May 2016

Digital Transformation, Less Busyness More Business


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02

May

Bringing it all together and making it work anywhere, on any device

Why the behind-the-scenes nuts and bolts are essential to successful cloud-based digital transformation  ... read full post

Posted by:  Andrew Kosmadakis , Practice Manager, Cloud Design and Integration |  02 May 2016

Digital Transformation, Less Busyness More Business


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27

Apr

Forget the tools... How old are your business processes?

It’s been 34 years since the term ‘the paperless office’ was coined – and yet, all these years later, we still haven’t quite made it!  ... read full post

Posted by:  Lee Stevens , Solutions Specialist, Product Management & Marketing |  27 April 2016

Digital Transformation, Less Busyness More Business


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26

Apr

Key productivity trends in New Zealand organisations today

Toby Spendiff, Intergen’s General Manager, Enterprise Solutions, shares observations and insights on the particular productivity gains New Zealand organisations are looking to achieve – and how they’re setting about achieving them.  ... read full post

Posted by:  Toby Spendiff , General Manager Digital, Data & AI |  26 April 2016

Digital Transformation, Less Busyness More Business


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20

Apr

Engagement the key to productivity and digital transformation - paving the way for remarkable staff and customer experiences

Having just recently returned from Envision , Microsoft’s new business leaders’ conference, I wanted to share some ideas on the new landscape for enhancing productivity. ... read full post

Posted by:  Steve Scarbrough , General Manager Business Applications |  20 April 2016

Digital Transformation, Less Busyness More Business


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18

Apr

Achieving digital transformation

The age old conversation around the board table on how we reduce costs and improve productivity is still alive and well; the thing that is changing is the  how . ... read full post

Posted by:  Simon Bright , Chief Executive Officer, Intergen |  18 April 2016

Digital Transformation, Less Busyness More Business


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25

May

Data Governance – why it matters?

In the words of William Deming - ‘Without data, you are just another person with an opinion.’ ... read full post

Posted by:  Priyanka Roy , Head of Data & AI |  25 May 2015

Data Governance, Power BI, Data Intelligence, Digital Transformation, Less Busyness More Business, Data Analytics, #DataReimagine


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