At a time when face-to-face communication has to be avoided, working remotely is a top priority. A Finn on an average day performs tasks that can run an estimated 10 million lines of code. When it comes to large companies with massive software packages, we are talking about unimaginable amounts of code.
Salesforce's app store AppExchange offers customers third-party applications that work on the Salesforce.com-platform. Users can easily download and purchase apps, components and consulting services directly connected to Salesforce. From the thousands of AppExchange apps, you can quickly find extensions and add-ons you need as part of the company's personalized Salesforce ecosystem.
Soon you will go through as many as 5,000 ERP related version updates per year. How can you manage them all, and how to ensure the quality of your software when systems are constantly changing?
In the dynamic competitive arena of the future, global markets will no longer prosper with fixed and slow-moving networking structures. Companies that design and deliver digital services will no longer be able to go it alone! In an ecosystem, ERP project suppliers will need swarm intelligence to help them survive global competition.
The next big thing on this planet will be ecosystem thinking among businesses as well as society. Ecosystem thinking will allow us to ensure future competitiveness and our capacity to change.
Global item management is even more challenging than business bookkeeping. Bad accounting entries can always be corrected, but an incorrect or duplicate item is like changing a faulty engine valve: you have to dismantle everything before you can replace a valve that you already paid for once. The procedure is purely a cost that adds no value at all.