Tango/04 and HelpSystems reveal trends for the future of IBM i

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Tango/04 and HelpSystems recently conducted a survey regarding the current status of the IBM i platform and how it relates to IT goals for 2016. More than 800 IT professionals in many countries and industries responded, offering rare insight into their plans and priorities and how this platform is being used today.

Tom Huntington, Executive Vice President of Technical Solutions at HelpSystems and author of the results report, includes:

  • Expert recommendations
  • Data center characteristics
  • Major projects and investments
  • Modernization, mobility, and security trends
  • Analysis on the future of IBM i

The report shows how IBM i systems continue to have a strong presence in many companies and in their projects for 2016. The report contains very useful information for any IBM i user”, says Florencia Puñal, Marketing Manager at Tango/04.

If you’re an IBM i enthusiast, don’t miss this report! Download your free copy here.

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Alignia colaborates with insurance companies that expect an increase in online sales

According to Accenture, insurance sales through digital channels will reach 25,000 million euros a year in 2016

However, 60% of companies surveyed confessed that they do not have a digital strategy that gives customers full visibility across all channels, or have one that does not cover the entire value chain of insurance. They also identify limitations of their existing computer systems and their inability to react quickly.

Our new product, Alignia, perfectly suits the needs of insurance companies and the expectations of growth of digital channels.

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The CIO’s opportunity to become the leader of transformation

A recent study based on European CIOs, conducted by Forrester Consulting and commissioned by Colt Technology Services, indicates that there is a lack of collaboration among the IT Department and the rest of the company, which prevents the generation of competitive advantages.

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According to Colt, aligning commercial, service, and technology elements of the company with business requirements allows the CIO to become a leader, delivering the best service to the business and putting himself in the center of transformation.

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