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A review of the Sage EU Debate

This past Monday 7th March saw an interesting and much anticipated debate on the upcoming EU referendum hosted by our partners at Sage and the session was as lively as the accompanying #SageDebateEU hashtag on Twitter. An expert panel, including Emma Jones, Anna Soubry MP and John Mills, were brought together to preside over a

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Do you have a data problem?

If you’ve read our recent look ahead to the next 12 months in business technology you’ll know that we identified the idea of ‘big data’ and the way in which organisations manage the sheer amount of data generated today as a key issue. This trend of exponential data growth, and the critical need for businesses to manage

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2016 is here – What’s in store for business technology?

Another year has flown by and 2016 is well and truly underway. It’s already been a busy start to the year at dcs with our clients looking to their business systems to support growth and success over the coming 12 months. With this in mind we thought we’d take a brief moment to look at

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SAP’s 99 Facts on the Future of Business

Anyone involved in the running of a business in whatever capacity will know predicting the future is a particularly difficult (and potentially hazardous) undertaking, in particular if commercial decisions or organisational changes are to be based on these predictions. Despite this our partner’s at SAP have grasped the nettle in the Digitalist Magazine with a bold outlook on

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The SAP B1 Cloud is growing, just like your business

For the vast majority of small and medium businesses (SMBs) the issue of how to achieve growth targets is, for very good reason, right at the top of their agenda. In order to grow these businesses must be competitive, and to remain competitive it is most often the case that they have to keep growing – the two

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Can it ever be too early for an SME to sort out it’s business systems?

SME. It’s an acronym you’ll notice cropping up a lot on our blog, and rightly so as pretty much every single one of our clients would fall into this admittedly wide-ranging classification – small and medium enterprises. However, within the SME bracket you’ll find a hugely diverse assortment of businesses, not least when it comes to differences in

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How do we really spend our time at work? – Infographic

How do we really spend our time at work? Interesting question hey, and one which our partners over at Sage have turned their attention to in a recent blog, also producing the rather nice infographic underneath this story which highlights some of the answers they uncovered. Obviously, at dcs we’re 100% focused on the task in hand –

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SAP and transforming football – Making the beautiful game run simple

Although some football fans, players and even club boards would seemingly prefer not to acknowledge it, the world’s most popular sport has also become one of it’s biggest businesses in recent decades. Football clubs are subject to various challenges, threats and opportunities just like every other business faces, and just like every other business, technology represents a powerful tool

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Bike to the Future Challenge

This September Alan Bullen, Tony Leach, Tom Bulman and Iain Rowe are taking on the Bike to the Future Challenge as team Keynes As Mustard. The challenge is this year’s Extra Mile event, a great charity initiative involving an annual cycle relay taking place on different routes on the Continent. The challenge will see the

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What does Big Data mean for your small business?

You’ve probably heard the term ‘big data’ being used by now. In fact, once technology circles latch on to an idea and a neat way to package it under one convenient label it actually then becomes pretty hard to avoid it. If you take even a passing interest in business technology (and let’s face it,

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