As a company that is 3 years old, we had systems challenges in the early days as we knew what we wanted to make the business slick, but it was financially outside of our grasp. We started with Sage for accounting at £40 per licence and then the rest were all cloud applications, ranging from [...]
Here are the predictions from Gartner: By 2015 1. Critical infrastructure of a G20 nation will be brought down by hackers cracking through security. 2. CIOs will be compensated based upon IT improvement, top and bottom line. 3. 60% increase in IT budget per head for companies that care about having information real time and [...]
Just when everybody thought manufacturing was dying or dead, November blows us all out of the water. Low interest rates with increased foreign and even domestic demand has created the first increase in orders backlog in 5 months. The most solid sector being reported to be the industrial sector, with companies like Rolls Royce, Honda, [...]
Carlsberg today announced that it is has a product recall plan to bring back 500,000 bottles of beer due to faulty bottles. Only a certain batch is affected, but how can they track where they are now without recalling all Tuborg bottles or beer? 1. When production occurs, manufacturers with full traceability can track [...]
For Immediate Release: (www.peoplevox.co.uk), October 16, 2010 United Dairy Farmers are rolling out a herd management software system to capture data and store it in a web portal. It is claimed to help fully manage their herd. Is this type of software really going to be used by the farmers, or just freak them out [...]
For Immediate Release: (www.peoplevox.co.uk), September 24, 2010 Eurozone services and manufacturing sector saw a surprise slowdown in September Whilst Markit’s composite eurozone index showed a figure categorised as growth, it is the lowest in seven months, pulled down by Greece and other Mediterranean countries. On the flip side, Germany and France are looking strong creaing [...]
In November 2008, PeopleVox starting working with the Ministry of Defence to help track pallets using RFID (radio frequency identification).