Business units now dominate the ICT budget
The State of Enterprise Software
In October - December 2018, IBRS conducted a study of Australian and New Zealand senior executives’ attitudes, expectations and plans for enterprise software.
The findings identify the impact cloud infrastructure services and Software as a Service are having on executives' decisions, as well as the differences in attitudes between different business sectors.
Discover how the changing technology landscape will impact your business strategies and decision-making.
The research says...
- Business units now dominate IT budgets
- 2019 is set to be a big year for spending on new enterprise solutions
- Software as a Service (SaaS) is improving user satisfaction
- Several myths persist about cloud-delivered enterprise software
- Business-led software procurement is causing integration headaches
- Easy: the one word that sums up what people want from enterprise software
Why the world of enterprise
systems has changedAnd why ICT groups must change
Software as a Service and cloud infrastructure is changing the decades-old dynamic between business and ICT groups.
The Cloud Myths
that just won't dieIt's not a matter of why, but why notThis article busts the big myths that are currently holding back enterprise cloud adoption.
Key findings webinarState of Enterprise Software Report
Register now to hear from IBRS' lead researcher, Dr Joe Sweeney, as he deep dives into his key findings.
Enterprise systems are being replacedWhat’s driving it and what to expect
Demand for organisations to refresh their enterprise systems has built to bursting point and it’s going to create a wave of new investment.
The pros and cons of
Shadow ITin today's business world
And to some people it may well be. But the truth is both far simpler and more complex.
Software as a Service helps reinvent customer experiencesBut you need to plan for the change
With the emergence of digital channels, consumers now take their best experience in any context and apply it as a benchmark in every context.
Capex vs Opex in an as-a-service worldRevisiting your financial approach
With the arrival of cloud computing, mobile apps and other digital innovations, the information technology (IT) systems needed by organisations have changed dramatically.
SaaS vs. On-premise
A complete guide to comparing the costs and benefits of on-premise Software as a Service (SaaS)
How the as-a-service movement is improving user satisfactionand adoption of enterprise software
A study of senior ANZ executives’ attitudes, expectations and plans for enterprise software has found that satisfaction levels with enterprise solutions remains low, but adoption of ‘as-a-service’ software is changing this.
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