Software as a service (SaaS)
Time to Worry about your Software Supply Chain?
Software Supplier Management: The Gold Standard
Between budget cuts and complex contract language, managing IT spend and relationships with software vendors can prove to be quite challenging, especially if you’re not in a position with leverage. With new technology constantly being introduced to the market, best-in-class procurement teams understand the importance of being in a position with leverage – allowing the business to be in control of the vendors’ influence and the ability to evaluate alternatives.
Software as a Service as a Catalyst for Application Rationalization
Today many organizations still struggle to simplify their application landscape. CIOs leverage Software as a Service (SaaS) as a catalyst for application rationalization. First, SaaS functionality is well documented. There is no decision-making ambiguity regarding the match of SaaS functionality and the business requirements. Second, SaaS data migration effort is minimal.
Q&A: Dave Putt, DCR Workforce
Dave Putt is Executive Vice President at cloud-based VMS provider DCR Workforce. We caught up with Dave at the SIG Summit in Orlando, Florida (get a taste of the action on Twitter via the hashtag #SIGspring16) to learn a bit more about his organisation – and to get his take on the fragmentation of work today…
Outsource: Dave, thanks for joining us today. Some of our readers may not be familiar with your organisation: can you give us a brief introduction to DCR Workforce?
How financial services providers can reap the rewards of migrating to the cloud
Before discussing the rewards available for a financial services organisation in the cloud it is important to get an understanding of the regulatory backdrop. In October 2014 the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) launched Project Innovate, an initiative to foster innovation in the cloud. The key driver behind this project was to understand in more detail where the regulatory framework needed to be amended in order to foster innovation.
Employment fraud sinks ships, so give HR the data to keep your company buoyant
Staff turnover costs companies a shocking £4.13billion per year. Hiring the right people can make or break an organisation, and save thousands in turnover costs.