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IQ Logic Provides Texas Coastal Energy with Business
IQ Logic, an IT Consulting company and leading provider of Managed Document Service (MDS), recently announced the successful implementation of its acclaimed digital and paper workflows improvements by Texas Coastal Energy Company, an energy explorer and producer of natural gas.
3 Biggest Trends That Will Shape ERP in 2015
2015 is going to be a year of transition and change for ERP. The days of the slow-moving ERP ecosystem are over - and that's a good thing for CIOs and IT teams who identify the trends and challenges ahead of time.
Mountain Leverage Joins eBay Enterprise for Voice Services
Voice service is an increasingly large part of the landscape for firms these days, and with good reason; being able to make contact quickly between customers and businesses-or between businesses and other businesses-means faster responses to problems, better corrections to said problems, and greater satisfaction all around. But getting a voice provider can be a difficult process, one with plenty of options from which to choose. Recently, eBay Enterprise engaged in this particular process, and came out on the other side with a new voice provider in Mountain Leverage, a company that had plenty to offer eBay's operations.
Business Technology in 2015: NetEnrich's Big Five Predictions
With 2014 on the way out-even JibJab has finally released its 2014 year in review video-and 2015 about to dawn bright and cold for most people in the northern hemisphere, the predictions are coming out hot and fast for just what's going to happen in the upcoming year as we know it. There are possibilities aplenty, of course, but for NetEnrich, the future is heavy on the information technology (IT). Thus, NetEnrich offered up projections for the upcoming 2015, with five big predictions on tap.
Xerox Drops Information Technology Outsourcing Business in $1.05 Billion Deal
The information technology (IT) business has always been something of a tough one, with a lot of competitors involved in many different aspects of this broad technological field. IT outsourcing, meanwhile, is one of those fields, and for years, Xerox was a part of it. But that particular field is one in which Xerox no longer wishes to participate, as reports have emerged saying Xerox has sold off the IT outsourcing business to French IT company Atos SE in a deal reportedly valued at $1.05 billion in cash.