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  1. DataNovata has configured a solution for Baan ERP

    1 Apr 2021

    DataNovata was implemented as a decommissioning solution for Baan ERP by a global aerospace manufacturer. DataNovata can now be used as an accessible archive with full user reference of the database schema independent of the legacy system.

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  2. DataNovata archiving for Legacy SAP, JD Edwards & Oracle eBusiness

    28 Aug 2020

    DataNovata, the automated, multiplatform, application generator for databases is now building schema templates for decommissioning mainstream ERP systems.

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  3. What are the ‘Risk-free Decommissioning Criteria’ that Disrupt the Status Quo?

    9 Jul 2020

    Legacy systems pile up in the back office, choking budgets, limiting innovation and decelerating economic recovery. Systems that retain data can be immobilized by risk of change. As risk restrains progress, obsolescence adds more risk, of failure of the aging systems. This is a paradox of inertia.

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  4. Risk-free Decommissioning Releases OpEx into Innovation and Recovery

    7 Jul 2020

    Status quo is no longer an economic option. Global disruption is forcing enterprises to squeeze efficiencies out of operations, while at the same time, data regulation is demanding greater accountability.

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  5. Release $Millions locked in unproductive technology to speed up recovery

    12 May 2020

    In August 2019, DataNovation Ltd. sponsored the distribution of a Gartner Research paper: Winning in the Turns, a CIO Action Guide to aid firms that seek to gain sustained advantage over their competitors long after the next recession passes.

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  6. Economic Upheaval? Recover $Millions quickly with no negative consequences

    24 Apr 2020

    When economic upheaval threatens corporate earnings, the typical response actions taken by the Board to stabilize the corporate financial picture can have damaging consequences for long-term recovery.

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