Information transformation

Koury, Fred
April 2010
Smart Business Houston;Apr2010, Vol. 4 Issue 10, p4
The article discusses the need of acquiring technology to enhance speed, value and competitiveness of a business. It mentions the importance of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software in increasing efficiency of inventory and information management. IBM is cited as an example of a company which has diversified itself from a computer company to a leading software company.


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