The future of business in the high tech industry

With ever-shortening technology and product lifecycles, intense competition, and increasingly well-informed consumers, high tech companies must be able to adapt and evolve if they want to remain competitive. The traditional approach of supply chain optimization to reduce costs is no longer enough. Discover the multiple revenue streams that high tech manufacturing businesses should focus on growing now – in order to meet customer demand and ensure future success.

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SAP and IBM vs. Huge Billing Volumes

Learn how SAP Convergent Invoicing on IBM hardware can handle the high billing volume of a large telecommunications company. In the test scenario, they had to upload 1.5 billion BITs and invoice 2.5 million business partners in 18 hours or less.

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The Key to High Tech Growth?

The rise of social, mobile, analytics, and cloud technologies presents a new challenge to high tech companies. Many are turning to integrated mergers and acquisitions to drive growth and remain competitive. Here’s one company’s winning formula.

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Mobile Technology and the Modern CFO

In addition to managing finances, liquidity, and risk, today’s CFO is also responsible for developing corporate strategy. Discover how forward-thinking CFOs use mobile technology to improve organizational efficiencies and drive strategic change.

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