When you’re driving your car and the “check engine” light comes on, your first instinct isn’t to keep driving and think the car will continue to operate without problems. So why do finance teams ignore the “check engine” light flashing on their shared inboxes?
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As we enter the new year, it’s worth considering the potential developments and disruptions that could shape the financial landscape in 2023 and beyond. AI, automation and new, more proactive modes of employee hiring and retention are poised to be trends that shape the new year and finance and accounting departments.
Departments across all industries are adopting artificial intelligence (AI), advanced technology and analytics to streamline daily activities and decrease manual labor.
In a world where technology is advancing at lightning speed, finance departments are struggling to keep up. With the availability of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and other time and resource-saving technologies, the finance industry, and particularly accounting, is falling behind.
With the advent of this virtual world, B2B organizations are being forced to address outdated payment systems that no longer work in this digital age.
Venture investor, Madrona Venture Group, believes the era of SaaS applications is drawing to a close as their intelligent application counterparts rise to prominence and the Intelligent Applications Top 40 list recognizes the companies to watch.
The Covid-19 crisis stranded many companies across industries with less liquidity, with businesses coming to the realization that an improved AR and collection process might have made a significant difference.
This week – ERP gets a new direction, via a shove from best-of-breed players. The future of hybrid work is up for grabs, as vendors jockey for position. Strained supply chains test us, and high-risk AI systems spark debate. In the whiffs section, I take issue with a remote work report.
There is an explosion of new capabilities and opportunities possible with ERP today and many of the most innovative are coming from non-ERP vendors. All of this innovation should be making us re-think the value we are or should be getting from ERP software. Here are some ideas.
This article showcases our top picks for the best Santa Clara based Machine Learning companies. These startups and companies are taking a variety of approaches to innovating the Machine Learning industry, but are all exceptional companies well worth a follow.