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Olympe Attains EcoVadis Silver Medal: A Triumph in Sustainable Business Practices
Olympe achieves EcoVadis Silver Medal for outstanding sustainability practices
Olympe adds leading enterprise composition capability to Linebreak’s edge-first platform
Linebreak’s platform enables enterprises to rapidly validate and deploy secure edge computing solutions at scale, with Olympe providing the composition component. As an underlying technology in Linebreak’s modular platform, Olympe’s event-driven, distributed architecture is a strong fit for the heterogeneous edge.
Composable Procurement – Enhances Operational Competitiveness
In today's rapidly evolving business landscape, organizations are constantly searching for ways to enhance their operational competitiveness. One innovative solution that has gained traction is Composable Procurement. By leveraging the power of Composable Procurement, businesses can maximize efficiency, transform their operations, and integrate new technologies with ease. In this article, we will explore each of these aspects in detail, shedding light on why Composable Procurement is a game-changer for organizations striving for operational excellence.
Software Development Dilemma – The “Make or Buy” Decision
In today’s fiercely competitive business landscape, addressing any breakdown in your business operations is absolutely crucial Such issues may stem from inefficiencies in your processes or inadequate collaboration among your staff, impacting productivity and performance.
You will need a flexible software solution to overcome these challenges and achieve desired efficiency and collaboration. This solution should streamline workflows, automate tasks, facilitate communication, and adapt to your business needs.
When considering the available options, you’ll encounter the “Make or Buy” dilemma. Should you tackle the problem by buying off-the-shelf software, or do you try to build your own custom solution using a low/no-code development platform?
Empowering Business Success – Unleashing the Impact of Event-Driven Architecture
Event-driven architecture (EDA) has become a hot topic among enterprise architects and software developers today. One recent survey, which interviewed 840 people across nine countries, found that 85% of organisations have turned to event-driven architecture to meet their business needs.
If you are among the 25% yet to adopt this approach, you might wonder what EDA is about and its impact on your business.
Empowering Legacy Systems with New Technologies – Enhanced Performance and Flexibility
For generations, the term “legacy” has referred to treasured items passed down or personal achievements accumulated over a lifetime. But the term has a slightly more negative connotation in IT, conjuring up images of outdated, obsolete systems that struggle to retain relevance in a digital-first world.
Crafting the Perfect Digital Landscape – Enabling Success for Procurement
In an era where technological advancements are reshaping industries and business functions, the role of procurement has evolved from a transactional process to a strategic enabler of organisational success.
Recently, Globality joined forces with ProcureTech to conduct a thorough survey about the future of procurement. They gathered insights from almost 200 leaders across various sectors and company sizes. The results revealed that companies outperforming their peers have either adopted advanced digital solutions or are planning to do so very soon.
Olympe named as a Sample Vendor in Gartner® Hype Cycle™ for the Future of Enterprise Applications, 2023
Olympe has been evaluated in the “Composable Applications” category and listed as one of the Sample Vendors
Digital Continuity in the Enterprise – Ensuring Seamless Transformation
In today’s fast-changing markets and amidst the ever-evolving consumer demands, companies face increasing pressure to adapt their products quickly. The development of complex products, such as artificial intelligence (AI) and connected devices, requires strong collaboration across multiple domains and disciplines. To meet these challenges head-on, organizations must evolve their product development processes to be digital, connected, and based on data models.