This long standing, family run food logistics company wanted to modernise and automate their supply chain process that had been in place for decades, to increase efficiencies. IntegrationWorks was contracted to completely re-architect and digitise its end-to-end production process from customer order through to delivery.
The financial institution was facing an IBM renewal support deadline and an upcoming usage audit for their IBM product stack across a variety of on-premise and cloud environments. The renewal support and audit threatened to strain their budget and take time and resources to achieve a feasible result. Additionally, with over 10 years of mergers […]
A major UK retailer received an audit letter from a specialised auditor for their IBM product stack. Soon after, they received another auditing letter from Oracle. The company held a team meeting with internal stakeholders representing Procurement, IT, Legal, and Finance. Collectively, they believed they were fully compliant and had nothing to be concerned about. […]
“Open” this, anything “as-a-service”, and “crowd” that. Do you ever feel as if you are caught in an avalanche of buzzwords? Crowd-sourcing is a hot topic, and for good reason. If conceived and done well it can harness the abilities and inputs of a group, and through iterative continuous improvement tend towards producing at a […]
Businesses that are ‘business process mature’ typically have an integration advantage. When it comes to technology, we’ve seen some great examples of using Business Process Management Systems (BPMS) but we’ve also seen a large number of BPMS failures. Here we share our view of what can trigger roadblocks, and tricks to add to your enterprise […]