ASUG’s research team generates insights year-round to help ASUG members compare their perspectives and strategies with their peers. ASUG has spent time examining topics related to human resources and payroll functions since 2018. Out of that research, several themes have emerged from what our participants had to say—including some predictions around how the workplace will change.
In our 2018 research on human resources highlighted in this blog post on three workplace trends, ASUG examined both strategic and specific topics related to the HR function. Technology was an obvious place to dig deeper. One technology-related topic that rose to the surface among this audience was an interest in predictive analytics and forecasting.
Is your organization equipped to handle challenges when planning, controlling, and executing product flow, while meeting the rising expectations of your customers? If you’re a supply chain or procurement manager charged with meeting those demands, you should attend the 2018 ASUG Experience for Supply Chain and Procurement, on Oct. 29–31 in Chicago.
Cathy Kenlin, manager of business applications at Zausner, as well as an ASUG volunteer for 20 years, recently had a conversation with ASUG News about why you should attend and what you can expect.
How are you managing your organization’s data? It’s a simple question, but likely you'll have a complex series of answers.
ASUG sat down with Jodi Maciejewski, a data management leader and Bob Berntsen, principal and enterprise solutions manager at Winshuttle, to discuss the upcoming ASUG Experience for Enterprise Information Management (EIM) conference on Oct. 23–25 in Chicago.
ASUG is hosting great events this fall for the enterprise information management community and for those in supply chain management and procurement. The ASUG Experience for Enterprise Information Management (EIM) is coming to Chicago October 23–25 and the ASUG Experience for Supply Chain and Procurement is scheduled for October 29–31.