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Our Director of Data and Analytics, Jonathan Scott, sat down with The Manufacturer following the recent Industrial Data Symposium to discuss the importance of manufacturers building a business case that puts data at the centre of their organisation, and the transformation this drives.
Following on from our Director of Data Science & Analytics blog on how Azure Synapse Analytics went GA, Sandeep Sohal takes a closer look at one of the new capabilities Synapse SQL.
Our new director of Central Government, technology and transformation Edward Pikett discusses our commitment to Central Government and reflects on the importance of our core Hitachi values.
Tom Kan takes a look at the Power Apps Portal and how to use Web API to Create, Update and Delete records.
The Crown Commercial Service’s RM6193 Software Design & Implementation Services framework focuses on supporting central, local government and other public sector buyers with their transformation programmes.
Following on from the previous blog in the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Human Resources series, Matej Hostansky takes a deeper dive into how jobs and position changes are captured.
Following on from his previous blog on Considering Skills in a CAFM systems, Martin Green now takes a look at scheduling.
A two-part blog series by Margarida Santos and Carolina Rodrigues on Vendor Collaboration. In Part 2, Margarida and Carolina take a closer look at the Request For Quotations (RFQ) of the feature.
A two-part blog series by Margarida Santos and Carolina Rodrigues on Vendor Collaboration. In Part 1, Margarida and Carolina take a closer look at the Set Up Overview of the feature.
Following on from his previous blog on configuring SLA/KPI's in a Computer Aided Facilities Management System, Martin Green now takes a look at considering skills.
How Hitachi Solutions Portugal have given back to the community during the pandemic lockdown.
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