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The 7 Components of a Business Management System

We have identified 7 components that are common emerging requirements when it comes to a business management system. These are components outside the core financial and operational applications. 1) BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE: Whilst Business Intelligence (or BI) is a reliably term term used, it is fundamentally based around the generation of concise and easy-to-interpret reports and analysis. Dedicated applications may have a report writing inbuilt whereas business intelligence may extract data from multiple sources to provide a more strategic and accurate…

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DJI Osmo Mobile 2 review

The DJI Osmo Mobile 2 is the popular drone company’s most refined gimbal for smartphone cameras, enough that it could take camera stabilizers mainstream. It’s the  sequel launching with simpler controls, smarter stabilization options and, most importantly, at a cheaper price of $129 (about £95, AU$164).  It’s the DJI Osmo Mobile sequel that offers simpler controls, smarter stabilization options and, most importantly, a greatly-reduced price of $129 (AU$209, about £95). The previous version? Yeah, that launched for $299 (AU$399, about…

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Best AR apps for iPhone and iPad

Since the initial announcement at WWDC 2017, Apple’s ARKit has got the developer world excited. ARKit provides a way for developers to easily implement high-quality augmented reality experiences in their app with little knowhow, and should pave the way for an AR revolution in iOS 11. ARKit is available for the iPhone 6s or later, the iPad Pro range and the latest 9.7in iPad running iOS 11, bringing the functionality to millions of users around the world. This means these…

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My Top 5 Prospective Hiring Deal-Breakers

Recent data suggests that, with unemployment rates down, it’s getting harder and harder for companies to find the right candidates. According to the 2017 Survey of Small Business Hiring Challenges: 93 percent of hiring professionals surveyed said that the availability of candidates in the labor market made it difficult for them to fill an open job. 91 percent found maintaining a pool of candidates challenging. 88 percent found it challenging to identify and filter candidates with the required skill set. Related: 3 Red Flags to…

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Abolish borrowing cap to meet housing targets – MPs

LONDON (Reuters) – British MPs said on Monday that raising the borrowing cap on local authorities to boost the supply of new homes and a cut in the tax paid by first-time buyers would not “fix the broken housing market”, as the government had pledged. Chancellor Philip Hammond said in his budget speech in November he would get local councils “building again” by allowing them to bid to increase their caps by up to 1 billion pounds by the end…

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Global Insurance Leader AXA Acquires Maestro Health

CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Maestro Health, a leading all-in employee health and benefits company, today announced it has taken a major step forward in its strategy to make health and benefits people-friendly again. Maestro Health will join forces with AXA Group and continue to empower people in the U.S. and abroad to live better lives. Together, they will take steps to transform the U.S. healthcare market by simplifying and personalizing how people shop, enroll and live with their health benefits. The move comes…

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Being called non-essential worker is ‘a slap in the face’

During government shutdowns, “essential” workers, including those dealing with public safety and national security, continue working. Conway, like other “non-essential” workers, has been told to stay home on furlough, or temporary unpaid leave. At the top of his field, Conway makes more than $130,000 a year but is not prepared for an extended unpaid leave. “It’s not like people in the government are at the high end of the income ladder and always have huge savings that they can tap…

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WEF Centre for Fourth Industrial Revolution proposed in

The next World Economic Forum (WEF) Centre for Fourth Industrial Revolution is being proposed to be set up in Mumbai, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said today. Fadnavis made the announcement from Davos. “It was amazing to know about the next @wef Centre of Fourth Industrial Revolution being proposed at Mumbai! This centre would be about science & technology based policies for the benefit of society creating a global hub of expertise, knowledge sharing and collaboration with special focus on…

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Transport chaos as rail stations closed and buildings evacuated in central London due to gas leak

There is severe disruption in London’s West End due to a gas leak at the Strand. Charing Cross station has been closed, and surrounding roads have been cordoned off. The station closure is also affecting Bakerloo and Northern line Tube services. Waterloo East station has also been closed. The Metropolitan Police said local hotels and businesses were evacuated as a precaution. According to reports, 1,450 people have been evacuated.″> #CharingCross station is currently closed owing to a gas leak…

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£1.6m funding deal for Jewellery Quarter communications agency

A Birmingham-based communications agency has built larger premises and is introducing new services after securing a £1.6 million funding deal. Jones and Palmer, in Carver Street in the Jewellery Quarter, is a family-owned business which was originally established in 1906 as a printing company. Over the past 15 years, it has developed its services to offer corporate communications to clients such as water firm United Utilities and clothing group Superdry. Read More Managing director James Houston, whose grandfather bought Jones…

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Plan for connecting new Hinkley Point power station to the grid could save consumers over £100m

Ofgem’s plan to use the benefits of competition to fund connection of the new Hinkley Point C nuclear reactor to the grid could save consumers over £100 million.* Ofgem has today confirmed that the grid upgrade, currently estimated to cost around £800m to build, is needed. Like other network costs, these costs will be passed onto consumers through their energy bills. The costs would be recovered from customers over 25 years after the upgrade is complete.  The regulator is minded…

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WATCH: Bitcoin, uncovered, plain and simple

Looking at Bitcoin in a percentage scale rather than a linear scale, the percentage movement shows that the major spike in bitcoin was around 2012-13 and not at the 20,000 mark towards the end of 2017, says Clive Roffey in Business Day TV’s Roffey Report. If it breaks under R135,000, then Roffey believes it could fall to about R115,000, at which point he might become a buyer of bitcoin himself. Source link

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Fox in the Globalist Henhouse? Davos Awaits Trump’s Arrival

Indeed, Mr. Trump ran his populist campaign against the very plutocrats who populate this forum every year. His former chief strategist, Stephen K. Bannon, acknowledged as much during the election when he said that the American working class was “tired of being dictated to by what we call the party of Davos.” Mr. Dimon, a longtime Davos attendee, once described the event as a place “where billionaires tell millionaires what the middle class feels.” The big question is, how will…

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Will sluggish demand force Apple to discontinue iPhone X around mid-2018?

More sluggish-than-expected response may lead Apple to discontinue the first-generation iPhone X around mid-2018 as the second-generation model is set for launch later this year, an analyst associated with Taiwanese business group KGI Securities has said. According to Ming-Chi Kuo, the most famous analyst with KGI Securities when it comes to Apple, the Cupertino-based giant will not sell iPhone X at lower price as it will hurt its other products in the lower-priced premium segment. Kuo estimated that Apple would…

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Internet tycoon Kim Dotcom sues New Zealand for $6.8bn

Jamie Smyth in Sydney January 23, 2018 An internet entrepreneur accused of masterminding one of the largest copyright infringements in history is suing the New Zealand government for $6.8bn in damages — equivalent to 3.5 per cent of the Pacific nation’s GDP — over the destruction of his business. Kim Dotcom, who is fighting extradition to the US, alleges Wellington unlawfully issued an arrest warrant in 2012 that resulted in him being on bail for six years. This act damaged…

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