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Monday, October 17, 2005
Barry Briggs points out new drivers for enterprise software are just now emerging - and how well companies adapt to them will determine their success, or, indeed, their survival – Compliance, Agility, Globalization, RFID &UI are to be seen as the five horsemen of the 21st century computing. IDC finds that the enterprise solutions platform highlights a shift away from ERP suites as the center of gravity in applications. Intelligent process automation speaks to the rising importance of operational decisions as the target for improvements in business efficiency. And the pull of compliance brings renewed attention to information governance across the enterprise. IDC detects repeating patterns of significance from the cavalcade of mergers, products, partnerships, and technologies on the enterprise software market radar. The competitive and high-IQ nature of software technology guarantees that the tide of significant advancements in the enterprise software industry will not likely be stemmed in the foreseeable future. The good news is that even in the post-bubble burst era, the flow of change, innovation, and investment continues.
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