Since the building of paved roads and railroad tracks, there has been a need for standards. Roads were needed to be of a consistent size to accommodate carts, which in turn made the width of carts (and even automobiles today) a specific size and height. Railroad tracks had to be the same width and strength […]
The November episode of Integration TV was released today. The episode discusses a book on social media and its impact on business as well as an interesting research report on social media from Canada’s EDC (Export Development Corporation) that is free, the links are listed below. Feature interview this month is on data integration from an ERP vendors’ […]
A webstore is only as good as its fulfillment house, plain and simple. The finest website, the widest array of products or the most interesting niche line of offerings are useless if the products do not ship to the consumers in a timely, reliable and secure manner. Just as a sports car is nothing […]
Social Business Integration – In our ECS Server and Delta: Web services idea book we briefly discussed the use of the two products to call the APIs from various social media platforms, Twitter in particular.
I have not blogged about this subject for some time (check out my other articles) and this morning in the Globe and Mail there is a great op-ed piece by Kevin Lynch, Vice Chair of BMO Financial Group and Munir Sheikh a Distinguished fellow at Queen’s University. The piece is titled Wanted: culture of innovation.
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