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High-end retailer embraces self-service BI with Decision Inc.
To align with its long-term strategy of enabling governed self-service, the retailer migrated its QlikView analytical environment to the new generation Qlik Sense data analytics platform.
Software professionalism needed now more than ever
Chillisoft finds a way to work within the parameters of restrictive processes and does so quickly.
Mega wind energy facility switched on in ECape
The 123MW Golden Valley Wind Energy Facility reached commercial operations on 1 May, and is expected to generate over 477GWh of renewable power each year.
MagicOrange sets mining giant Exxaro on IT financial management journey
Exxaro Resources has complete transparency into IT costs following an end-to-end MagicOrange IT Financial Management implementation.
Executive Solutions improves Morecorp’s network capability with Fortinet’s Secure SD-WAN
This allows Morecorp to decommission its existing MPLS network, reducing costs and increasing operational efficiency, security and network redundancy.
City of Cape Town is SA’s best PMO for 2020
As winner of the SA PMO Awards, the City of Cape Town will now be entered into the annual PMO Global Awards.
Eskom’s internal IT team ‘holds fort’ amid Oracle dispute
The state-owned company embarks on an emergency procurement process after the US enterprise software giant pulls the plug on IT support services.
Telcolink earns elevated Gauteng broadband project status
Altron Nexus elevates Telcolink’s status from SMME player to project house on the multibillion-rand Gauteng Broadband Network.
When the ITSM framework can make data work for you
An Information Technology Service Management project is not to be taken lightly and can be a big investment for an organisation, so it needs to be done right.
The top five benefits of ERP in the manufacturing industry
In manufacturing, intelligent enterprises are using the latest ERP technologies to gain the edge on their competitors, says Navin D’Cruz, head of sales East Africa, Seidor Africa.
Oracle insists Eskom must cough up in contract tiff
The power utility puts contingency measures in place to ensure minimal power disruptions amid a nasty contractual dispute with the enterprise software giant.