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Could this be one of the reasons public sector pay rises were only 1%?

Reposted from accountingweb

 

NAO Aspire report

 

The National Audit Office identified a “lack of rigour” in HMRC’s commercial management of the Aspire IT outsourcing project that helped double the department’s expected costs on the 10-year deal to £10.4bn. 1,277 more words

Implementing deadline functionality with Oracle Adaptive Case Management by Léon Smiers

Oracle released Adaptive Case Management (ACM) in 2013 as part of the BPM stack. One of the functionality we needed in a project recently, was the handling of deadlines in the context of a case. 297 more words

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Capgemini and Fujitsu pocket "incredible" £1.2bn profits from HMRC

By Tony Collins

In an outsourcing deal of then unprecedented size Inland Revenue contracted out about 2000 IT staff and services to EDS – now HP - in 1994. 492 more words

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Get Busy Living [Digitally], or Get Busy Dying

Guest Contributor: Victor Gaxiola, Customer Advocacy Manager, Hearsay Social

Anyone familiar with the movie “The Shawshank Redemption” will remember the line, “Get busy living or get busy dying.” It kept echoing in my head as I read the annual… 548 more words

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Want to Be a Millionaire? Move to Hong Kong

For China Real Time ReportJason Chow writes: Hong Kong mints millionaires faster than any of the world’s other top 25 economic powerhouses, according to a new survey on the rich by… 362 more words

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How Capgemini's UK financial services unit helps clients manage risk using big data analysis

When Capgemini’s business information management (BIM) practices unit needed to provide big data capabilities to its insurance company customers, it needed to deliver the right information to businesses much faster from the very bottom up. 2,984 more words

Dana Gardner

Free, your new IP strategy: is this the future of Intellectual Property and Innovation?

I came across a blog post about electric automaker Tesla’s recent move to open up its patents by making them free to use by anyone, including competitors.  690 more words

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