Enterprise Software

7. February 2020

The build vs. buy dilemma: Why you should invest in Custom Software over Off-the-Shelf

Image credit: simform.com The difference between Custom-Built and Off-the-Shelf Software The simple difference between custom-built, sometimes called bespoke software solution and off-the-shelf software is that the former is made specifically for your needs and your business, whereas the latter is designed around general practices targeting a lot of different business and what they need but not

14. November 2019

Will fintech change the face of global finance segment?

So, what is fintech? Fintech, short for financial technology, is the innovative use of technology – primarily the internet and mobile – in the design and delivery of financial services of various kinds to the target customers and clients. To try to demystify fintech for you: think of it as every technology right now that

26. February 2018

PureLogics’ Robust Software Services Are Sure to Triumph at GoodFirms

PureLogics is a complete innovation services organization with 10 years of involvement in conveying full cycle programming administrations to clients in more than 30 nations around the world. The company works from the two active branches located in New York and California. The ability of PureLogics covers the development of complex enterprise and custom web

10. November 2016

The Modern Approach To Building Corporate Information Systems (ERP/CRM)

Corporate Information Systems are scalable systems designed for comprehensive automation of all kinds of economic activities of large and medium-sized enterprises, including corporations, consisting of multiple departments that require a single control. It combines the personnel management system, material, financial and other resources of the company, the company uses these systems to support planning and

27. October 2016

How To Create A Suitable Business Intelligence System

For correct business decision-making it’s important to have detailed information and insights on the state of affairs in the company. But often such information is limited to the annual or quarterly reports. To effectively analyze the organizational processes and progress, enterprises often implement business intelligence systems (BI-system) that enable them to make more informed decisions.