When we look at software, we often tend to think of the use case in isolation – or as a horizontal if you will. Think back to when you first started using MS Office. Word was for creating documents, of course; PowerPoint for presentations; Excel for spreadsheets; Outlook for emails and calendars.
While dashboards are nothing new to the world of enterprise software, they are becoming a window for core interaction and a unique differentiator for enterprise cloud applications.
UI/UX Design has come front and center for enterprise applications in the post-ERP era. Today the advantages of the platform are no longer linked to complex screens that promise the world, but need to be fine-tuned by a software engineer to be fully utilized.
Observations from the IACCM Americas conference
A recent Liberty Mutual commercial highlights a woman talking about a typical car insurance contract being 22 pages long, and that most people don’t read it except lawyers because no one really understands it; to the average person it reads “blah blah blah blah blah”.
In an environment of increased regulations and demand for compliance, organizations are placing their suppliers under increasing scrutiny. Yet, managing supplier information is often near impossible given the the inability of organizations to easily tie supplier information to procure to pay.
Reducing the Cost of Physician Self-Referrals with Better Compliance: What SIM & CLM Offer Healthcare Providers in Managing Stark Law
Physicians have been abiding by a code of ethics since antiquity. Next time you go to your doctor’s office look around and you may see the Hippocratic Oath hanging on a wall. Considered a rite of passage written by Hippocrates of Kos in the 5th century BCE, the oath requires a new physician to swear to uphold specific ethical standards.