This article features two documents that cover in detail the visual modeling of of two ERP processes: Procure to Pay (P2P) and Order to Cash (O2C).
As a new year 2020 is about to begin, it is time to make resolutions. In this part 2 of a 2 part series, we cover the resolutions for the outsourcing customers.
As a new year 2020 is about to begin, it is time to make resolutions. In this part 1 of a 2 part series, we cover the resolutions for the software vendors.
Great programmers are flooded with offers, and recruitment becomes a big challenge in the face of last minute cancellations / no show. We question whether everyone needs those great programmers which are in short supply.
In a group of friends (all of us in the 20+ years experience range), one of us casually commented that one cannot expect good quality with the use of Agile processes. The argument alluded to how Agile methodologies prescribed cutting
WordPress, Drupal and Joomla are the top 3 leading CMSes. Having played with all 3, our recommendation is to use Drupal for any new websites that you need developed. Background Before we jump into the reasons, let us tell us
Last decade saw more and more application of Information Technology (IT) in businesses. While the number of completely IT-based businesses are continuously growing, IT has percolated well even in the traditional brick and mortar businesses, whose connection with IT is
The “Cummins Experiment” on distributed software development yielded results that would be of interest to software companies, IT colleges and the students. The post builds upon our previous post on this subject and captures the gist of the detailed report
Writing a 10 lines program is child’s play. Writing a 100 lines program is harder. It’s harder than writing 10 programs of 10 lines each. As the scale increases, the coding effort and the demands on programmer’s skill increase exponentially.
Every now and then new articles come up about how some other shiny language does the job better than Java. It is possible for one to be blinded by them and discard Java as a yesteryear’s technology. This article shows