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Women in IT

Women in IT

As society continues to make strides towards inclusivity and equality, the gender gap in STEM fields remains a persistent issue. By focusing on education and resources for women interested in STEM careers, we can work towards creating a more equitable future for all.

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New managing director renews focus on fast-tracking RISE for SAP customers

New managing director renews focus on fast-tracking RISE for SAP customers

Proceed Group appoints Robert Reuben as the new Managing Director, who is committed to accelerating the adoption of RISE with SAP and S/4HANA. His goal is to help more customers reduce costs and improve sustainability and IT agility.

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Proceed joins SAPSA (Swedish SAP User Group)

Proceed joins SAPSA (Swedish SAP User Group)

Proceed Group is proud to join SAPSA as a new supplier, offering innovative solutions in SAP data management, including customised solutions, insightful research, informative webinars and interactive workshops.

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Syniti chooses our data decommissioning solution

Syniti chooses our data decommissioning solution

As experts in the data decommissioning field, and having worked extensively on joint projects, Syniti felt Proceed Cella was the best fit for the organisation in offering a tool that would help customers achieve financial efficiencies across their data centres.

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VIM: A guide to OpenText Vendor Invoice Management

VIM: A guide to OpenText Vendor Invoice Management

How OpenText Vendor Invoice Management solves common problems with the invoice management process and what you need to know before starting the implementation process

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Mastering GDPR compliance for HR data in SAP

Mastering GDPR compliance for HR data in SAP

With new data protection regulations being introduced across the globe, there is an increased focus on protection and removal of data for data subjects and, an increased focus compliance for employee data.

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Data archiving in SAP without extra IT infrastructure

Data archiving in SAP without extra IT infrastructure

Move historical data to external storages, while it remains integrated with the SAP system and enjoy the benefits of lower TCO, ease of maintenance and significantly smaller upgrade efforts as a result.

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SAP ILM and Simplified Blocking for GDPR

SAP ILM and Simplified Blocking for GDPR

An introduction to how the SAP ILM solution architecture is leveraged to comply with regulations for experienced SAP system administrators to understand the concept prior to technical enablement.

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Tips for SAP Data Management Planning

Tips for SAP Data Management Planning

With companies creating more and more data each year, it comes as no surprise that having a data strategy in place is essential. This is also true for ERP systems as more and more emphasis is being placed on SAP data management planning.

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Getting data ready for digital transformation

Getting data ready for digital transformation

To be successful at digital transformation, managing data correctly will be critical. It has long been a habit of many organisations to store large volumes of data through lack of expertise or resource at cleaning and maintaining it. So, how should businesses get their data ready for digital transformation?

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Proceed Group expands Nordic reach

Proceed Group expands Nordic reach

Proceed Group, the specialists in SAP data and document management, is pleased to announce joining forces with SBN Norge, the leading SAP user group in the Nordic region.

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What is RISE with SAP?

What is RISE with SAP?

To kickstart and accelerate business transformation, SAP launched RISE with SAP. Here we explain what it is and provide insight on how it can support enterprise businesses to become truly intelligent enterprises.

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