Building resilience and elasticity to survive and thrive
Three areas of resilience create the opportunity to build business sustainability, which is the ultimate goal: building capacity, capability and competence.
Licensing the belly button – licensing is becoming more human
All individuals have different needs at different times, not only in day-to-day living but in the workplace too, says Nicole Oliveira, head: Software Services at Altron Karabina.
A positive change is evident within the public sector
Improving service delivery to the citizens of SA remains a key imperative in the public sector, says Farhana Safedien, territory lead: public secctor at Altron Karabina.
Addressing key misunderstandings about digital transformation
Many people and companies confuse digital transformation with modernisation, says James Hickman, head of sales at Altron Karabina.
The difference between true leaders and mere custodians
Building the foundation for a season of economic growth requires vision and bravery, and company leaders need to step up and own their decisions.
Altron Karabina achieves level one BBBEE status
Altron Karabina, a subsidiary of JSE-listed Altron, has achieved broad-based black economic empowerment level one contribution status.
Unpacking the future of integrated ERP solutions
Partitioning is where we are going and is the future of ERP from an integrated solutions point of view, says Altron Karabina's Pravesh Parbhoo.
Having a team voice
With remote working and remote communication needs rising as a result of the pandemic, organisations’ communication systems have become even more important than before, says Altron Karabina's Basha Pillay.
Altron declares dividend, unlocks shareholder value
The company says its security unit recorded a significant improvement from the prior year and contributed positively to the full year results.
Is outsourcing just a sophisticated Ponzi scheme?
Without an evolution in thinking and contract negotiations, outsourcing runs the risk of resembling a sophisticated Ponzi scheme.
Why ERP standardisation is not the complete answer
Strategic customisations in key enterprise resource planning areas can enhance and develop your company’s unique competitive advantages.