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Posts for tag: business-orchestration-software

Tue, October, 2016 | Tom Fountain

Meeting the Challenge of Supply Chain Management with Pneuron

It can be tough for supply chain managers to stay on top of the challenges they face in the current business landscape. They have to be ready to see off the threat of new competitors, open up fresh distribution channels, outsource or sell parts of the supply chain to maintain profitability, and stay abreast of…

Mon, August, 2016 | Simon Moss

Pneuron Makes the 2016 Inc. 5000 List of Fastest-Growing Private Companies in U.S.

Pneuron ranks #493 in the Inc. 5000 List after phenomenal 772% growth We are proud to have been named in the top 500 of the Inc. 5000 list covering America’s fastest-growing private companies in 2016. Pneuron comes in at #493 out of 5,000 companies, but if we look at software vendors alone, Pneuron is named…

Tue, August, 2016 | Simon Moss

Pneuron Highlighted as Breakout Vendor by Forrester

We’re thrilled to have been highlighted as a “Breakout Vendor” in Forrester’s latest Big Data Integration Report. The report focuses on solutions capable of extracting business value from the enormous amounts of business data found in data lakes, databases, distributed applications, and beyond. “The problem with most data integration strategies is that they focus on…

Wed, June, 2016 | Simon Moss

Do you have a Big Data issue or is it a Data Diversity and Distribution issue?

The number of enterprise projects that fail to deliver on the business value expected is cause for concern. Many go over budget, miss objectives, fail outright, or get replaced within a year. On average, large IT projects run 45% over budget and 7% over time, while delivering 56% less value than expected, according to McKinsey…

Tue, April, 2016 | Simon Moss

Cue the trombones, let’s orchestrate the business!

Harps are pretty to listen to, and we love the sound of classical piano music. Not long ago we went to a concert featuring superstar violinist Joshua Bell. He performed some solo pieces, but moved us to tears with his signature piece, Max Bruch’s Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, played with a full…