GO, a system of engagement for dispersed workforces
Information systems can either be thought of as Systems of Record or Systems of Engagement. What's the difference?
Roadkill in the age of Amazon: responding to digital disruption
Kiwi businesses face a significant challenge in a world that's increasingly being disrupted by digitisation, and that's staying relevant within the global marketplace. Customer expectations,.
Delivering time and cost savings
When Dairy Holdings Limited (DHL) needed to streamline their invoicing processes, DX2 provided the solution Dairy farming in New Zealand today is a big business, with complex operational and.
Cracking the challenge of digitising procure to pay
Digital transformation has exciting potential to improve a company's business processes, for example procure-to-pay or sales fulfilment processes, and you've probably heard people saying that if.
How to get digital and transform your business
Digital transformation is a complex process that changes how enterprises work and go to market. Work is no longer constrained by a physical place or specific time of the day. Distributed,.
DX2 A New Approach to the Procurement Problem
Using experience from more than 25 years of ERP consulting as well as ecommerce (Woolworths) and integration (Brother, Antares Burger King, Big Save Furniture, J Swap, QV and NZME) experience,.
DX2 The Problems And Benefits
DX2 Procurement (Purchase Orders, Invoice Capture and Approvals) enables organisations to automate the accounts payables process and cut administration costs.
What to Expect from Trader Integration with Microsoft Dynamics GP
Like any project, a Trader-to-Microsoft Dynamics GP integration for your online store is bound to hit some roadblocks along the way. But if implemented properly, these systems can help you to.
What's new in GP2018?
Here's a little presentation on all the key improvements in GP2018 that are applicable in the NZ market. If you're interested in upgrading to GP2018 please contact your Olympic Software Account.
Choose Business Intelligence Wisely
How did you choose your Business Intelligence software? Rock, Paper, Scissors? Though not literally, but as organisations go through the purchase evaluation process, more often that not, they.