Magic dans la Presse


  • 16/03/2017 - Using data to streamline the supply chain

    By: Bizcommunity

    Companies invest in many systems to power the supply chain: warehouse management systems, transportation management systems, enterprise resource planning (ERP) platforms and a myriad of other solutions.

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  • 13/03/2017 - Magic Software's Magic xpi brings Industry 4.0 to Swiss manufacturer


    Magic announced that Assa Abloy AG, the Swiss global leader in locking systems and security technology, has put the Magic xpi Integration Platform at the heart of the company’s new fully automated manufacturing system for its KESO keys

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  • 09/03/2017 - Cloud growth brings ERP integration challenges

    By: Information Age

    The European Cloud ERP market is expected to grow 7.7% each year up to 2022, according to a recent report published by KBV Research

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  • 07/03/2017 - The Disruption Series, Part Three: Magic Software

    By: SugarCRM Blog

    SugarCRM’s Martin Schneider recently sat down with Brian Pitoniak, Magic’s vice president of sales & operations to discuss how Magic helps companies accelerate integration to better relate to customers and enhance their business.

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  • 03/03/2017 - More than one way to the cloud

    By: IT News Africa

    South African enterprises are moving to the cloud. According to George Etheredge, ICT research analyst at Frost & Sullivan, the local cloud market is worth $140 million and growing. South Africa is way ahead of other African markets, with the necessary data centre resources and connectivity to have rapid adoption for cloud computing in the corporate sector.

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  • 01/03/2017 - Reinventing intelligent agility

    By: Brainstorm Magazine

    It seems 2016 may have been the year of the buzzword, but 2017 looks set to be the year where IT is reinvented.

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  • 15/02/2017 - 7 Ways to Digitally Transform Your Supply Chain

    By: Inbound Logistics

    To keep the supply chain working at top efficiency, companies need not only a flexible and adaptable culture, but also a highly adaptable underlying IT infrastructure.

    Companies invest a lot of time, effort, and money in developing systems to power the supply chain. The amount of data can be overwhelming. However, by connecting data and using an integration platform to orchestrate business processes between systems, data can be the differentiator that enables your company to disrupt processes to increase efficiencies and provide a superior customer experience.

  • 09/02/2017 - 8 big trends that will impact IT in 2017

    By: The Enterprisers Project

    In 2017 disruptive technologies that were previously buzz words will become a reality, there will be a rise in cyberattacks, and the new administration, in addition to going digital, will most likely change policies and regulations, requiring modifications to IT systems. With all of these changes, enterprises will continue to look to IT to be an enabler of digital transformation for increased efficiency and competitiveness.

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  • 08/02/2017 - Why flexibility in cloud services is key to ERP success in today’s age

    By: CloudTech

    In the fast-moving digital world, being able to quickly adapt to disruptive business processes and changing business needs is key to success and survival. While organisations might be able to adapt their strategy and culture, they also need their business systems to adapt to these new processes and requirements. The need for flexibility and near real-time response to changing business processes is especially essential for an organisation’s core ERP system.

  • 07/02/2017 - 4 Dimensions of KPIs for Field Service Organizations

    By: Field Service Digital

    In the field service industry, a productive staff, operational efficiency and effective resource management are all essential for empowering an organization’s most important attribute — its ability to satisfy its customers. Benchmarking for operational excellence enables field service organizations to improve customer satisfaction and efficiency by closing the gap between ideal and actual performance measurements through improved work processes and systems automation.