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Giant Orange cornered … ready to be squeezed … because Obstruction of Justice

 Giant Orange cornered ... ready to be squeezed ... because Obstruction of Justice

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Today there’s tactical spin and counter-spin over letter drafts which go to Trump’s intent to obstruct justice in the firing of James Comey,

This was a response to the claims made by Trump’s lawyers that the whole affair needs to go away because they have a lawyer who’s traded on his nominal relationship to a famous baseball player. Nice try boys, but Mueller seems to have the trump cards.

And like a fair-use troll, Trump tries to disguise his hate with a deflection. Lord Dampnut replies… Wow

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Mueller in response, lets the BS smolder in its flaming paper bag.

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Legal experts agree the president can fire the FBI director at will. That doesn’t mean Mr. Trump could act with impunity if his intention was to interfere with the FBI’s Russia investigation, some said. 

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As his lawyers make their arguments to Mr. Mueller, Mr. Trump has used his Twitter feed for what people familiar with the matter describe as an effort to persuade Americans that the investigation is unfair, and to minimize any political fallout in the 2018 midterm elections or his own re-election campaign two years later.

 Giant Orange cornered ... ready to be squeezed ... because Obstruction of Justice
The initial White House statement said Trump acted based on the recommendations from Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, but Trump himself told NBC on Thursday that he had already decided to fire Comey before meeting with them.
Mike Pence told reporters on Capitol Hill that the firing was not about the Russia investigations, but Trump told NBC he had the investigation in mind when he decided to fire Comey.
Kellyanne Conway said Comey’s firing had “zero to do” with the Russia investigation, but the White House timeline released the same day said that after watching Comey’s testimony about the Russia investigation, Trump was “strongly inclined” to remove him.
Sean Spicer said that the decision originated from Rosenstein, but Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Trump had already made the decision.
After Spicer, Conway, Pence, and Sanders provided Rosenstein’s letter as a key reason for, if not the entire basis of, Trump’s decision to fire Comey, Sanders said “I don’t think there was ever an attempt to pin the decision on the Deputy Attorney General.”
The White House’s use of Rosenstein’s letter as the reason Trump decided to fire Comey reportedly led Rosenstein to threaten to resign
thinkprogress.org/…

Because reasons…

Mr. Trump has given conflicting reasons as to why he dismissed Mr. Comey.

  • At first, he said it was in response to advice from Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who had concluded in a memo for the president that Mr. Comey was an ineffective leader.
  • Two days after the firing, Mr. Trump told NBC News that the decision to fire Mr. Comey was his alone and that when he did it, “I said to myself, I said you know, this Russia thing with Trump and Russia is a made-up story, it’s an excuse by the Democrats for having lost an election that they should have won.”

The obstruction-related memo advanced other arguments beyond the matter of the president’s executive powers, citing case law that the lawyers believed buttressed the contention that Mr. Trump had not obstructed justice.

www.wsj.com/…

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Are You Ready for Dynamics 365 Changes?

aaronback Are You Ready for Dynamics 365 Changes?

With all the buzz and information swirling around the upcoming release of the Version 9.0 update for Dynamics 365, you will usually see a lot of excitement regarding new features and functions. However, simple things are often overlooked. But, the simple things can have a significant impact.

Change is Tough

Change is difficult enough for us as individuals, but change within a company can be very challenging. Yet, if you have made changes an integral part of your business and processes, then it will not be tough to make the changes. People will be used to changes, and can easily adopt new ones.

Still, you may be faced with the “we’ve always done it this way” wall that may seem hard to overcome. The first step in implementing change is recognizing that change is needed. You will then need to lay out an actionable plan on how to implement the change which can make positive impacts in the long-run.

Dynamics 365 is flexible enough that you can introduce minor changes over time. However, with a major update such as Version 9.0, you will need to evaluate the significant changes and plan accordingly.

Falling Behind

Another point to consider is if you are falling behind in the technology. Dynamics 365 is changing at a rapid pace. If you call too far behind it could hinder the cost to get caught up. Thus, you are in a catch-22. So, by staying as current as possible given your companies needs and scenario, you can potentially avoid costly upgrades.

Additionally, you could be missing out on new features that could save money, reduce time, or change business processes altogether. This may include integration with Office 365 (OneNote, SharePoint, Outlook, Word, Excel), better analytics with Power BI, or a better mobile experience for your field personnel.

Lastly, you may be able to remove an add-on or custom code because there are now native functions that are more easily managed.

How Can I Get Prepared?

You may find yourself at a point where you are asking, “Where do I begin?” If so, just take a deep breath and start with a plan. You will need to keep the plan simple. Start with the high-level needs, actions, and goals. Evaluate what you plan to keep the same within Dynamics 365, and what new things do you plan on introducing.

You will also need to make sure you fully understand the new things. New features and functions in Dynamics 365 can introduce exciting possibilities. And, you may find out that some features and functions are going away.

In either case, learn all you can about these things so that you can get others just as excited as you are. I found this makes changes less challenging when you have the support of others.

In closing

If you still feel unprepared, you need to first realize that you are not alone. You can reach out to your peers in the CRMUG community. There are many folks who have been where you are and can’t provide excellent guidance.

And, to quote Walt Disney: “Around here, however, we don’t look backwards for very long. We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things, because we’re curious… and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.”


Aaron Back is Microsoft Certified Professional with many years experience with Microsoft Dynamics 365 (CRM). He is actively involved with the Microsoft Dynamics CRMUG (User Group) Community. His involvement includes: Serving as Chapter Leader for his local CRMUG Chapter, serving on the CRMUG Board of Advisors, and speaking at the annual CRMUG Summit conference.


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Is Your Business Ready For The Connected Workforce?

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While HR has handled most aspects of employee hiring, training, and compensation, the procurement department has handled these processes for contingent workers. Today, non-employee workers—including contingent workers, Statement of Work-based consultants, freelancers, specialized talent pools, and more—account for nearly 40 percent of the average organization’s workforce, according to Ardent Partners State of Contingent Workforce Management.

Project managers need the ability to manage planning, cost, budget, mobilization, site access, permits, safety, time recording, learning, skills, training, and job performance for both employee and non-employee workforce—they need to manage the total workforce.

The emergence of the connected workforce

The emergence of mobility, cloud, and IoT technologies has led to the concept of the connected workforce. In the connected workforce, all workers (employee and non-employee) are connected to work demand, to equipment, to safety and security, to logistics, to management, and to each other. With wearable devices and sensors, workers are connected to the Internet of Things.

In the oil and gas industry, as in many others, workforce safety in potentially dangerous environments is of prime concern. While there are obvious concerns about privacy, most workers are interested in tools that help them to work (and live) better. Collision avoidance systems in automobiles, fitness apps, wearable devices that monitor heart rates during exercise, and appointment reminders—all have grown in popularity. Analysis of the large amount of data from the total workforce can discover potential problems and lead to new ways to improve job performance.

Providing the workforce with such tools, and reducing or eliminating dull, repetitive tasks through automation improve both workforce performance and workforce satisfaction. Managing the total workforce enables companies to adapt to the rapidly changing needs and to improve productivity and safety.

For more on how connectivity is shaping workplace trends and more, see IoT And Connected People.

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Is Your Business Ready For The Connected Workforce?

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While HR has handled most aspects of employee hiring, training, and compensation, the procurement department has handled these processes for contingent workers. Today, non-employee workers—including contingent workers, Statement of Work-based consultants, freelancers, specialized talent pools, and more—account for nearly 40 percent of the average organization’s workforce, according to Ardent Partners State of Contingent Workforce Management.

Project managers need the ability to manage planning, cost, budget, mobilization, site access, permits, safety, time recording, learning, skills, training, and job performance for both employee and non-employee workforce—they need to manage the total workforce.

The emergence of the connected workforce

The emergence of mobility, cloud, and IoT technologies has led to the concept of the connected workforce. In the connected workforce, all workers (employee and non-employee) are connected to work demand, to equipment, to safety and security, to logistics, to management, and to each other. With wearable devices and sensors, workers are connected to the Internet of Things.

In the oil and gas industry, as in many others, workforce safety in potentially dangerous environments is of prime concern. While there are obvious concerns about privacy, most workers are interested in tools that help them to work (and live) better. Collision avoidance systems in automobiles, fitness apps, wearable devices that monitor heart rates during exercise, and appointment reminders—all have grown in popularity. Analysis of the large amount of data from the total workforce can discover potential problems and lead to new ways to improve job performance.

Providing the workforce with such tools, and reducing or eliminating dull, repetitive tasks through automation improve both workforce performance and workforce satisfaction. Managing the total workforce enables companies to adapt to the rapidly changing needs and to improve productivity and safety.

For more on how connectivity is shaping workplace trends and more, see IoT And Connected People.

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Is your data ready for Microsoft Dynamics 365?

CRM Blog Is your data ready for Microsoft Dynamics 365?

Data Validation

If you’ve been tasked with integrating data, then you know there are a wide variety of challenges that you must overcome. Every time I’m asked to programmatically import large data sets from a flat file like a CSV or Excel sheet, I think about how Forest Gump would react. If he was a developer, I know he would say “Flat files are like a box of chocolates … You never know what you’re going to get.”   There’s a lot of truth to that statement. When data is stored in a flat file, there are no rules or constraints on what is delivered.

If you are faced with this situation, it’s a best practice to fully validate these files before you import a single row of data. A validation process should confirm that the structure is acceptable to import, and alert the client if it is not. This process should provide a log of issues for the client to review, so they can fix then resubmit their data.

How do I validate a flat file with Microsoft Dynamics 365? It’s easy to do if you can programmatically communicate with the Dynamics 365 metadata service.  The metadata provides you detailed information about the structure of your Dynamics system, including entities, attributes, relationships, and option sets.

Here’s my top three items to validate, along with the related classes available from the metadata service. You can view full code samples on Microsoft’s site here: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg509035.aspx#BKMK_RetrieveAttribute

Verify entities and fields exist

Each file should be named after a specific entity, and each column should represent an attribute. You can validate the entities using RetrieveAttributeRequest.EntityLogicalName and the fields using AttributeMetadata.SchemaName.

Verify required fields contain data

Every required field in the file should contain data. These are most likely your unique identifiers, and cannot be blank. You can find the required fields using AttributeMetadata.RequiredLevel.

Verify the data matches the field constraints

Every field should contain the correct type of data that matches the Dynamics 365 schema. For example, if the field is a decimal, you should verify the data is a number. You can find the type by using AttributeMetadata.AttributeType. Data should also respect the minimum and maximum length and values by using AttributeMetadata.MaxLength, AttributeMetadata.MaxValue and AttributeMetadata.MinValue.

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That first meeting between Robert Mueller’s folks and Reince Priebus should be interesting… more on The Real Animal Husbands of the Trump White House.

Because it’s Das Love Boot… and Reince will not be the next ambassador to Greece, but there does seem to be a junta coming into focus at the WH. 

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Trump has a thing for generals. He routinely refers to them as “my generals” and brags about them looking like they’re from “central casting.” Kelly was the third general the president named to a senior position after Secretary of Defense James Mattis—who had served so recently that he required a special waiver from Congress in order to take the job—and National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, who Trump reportedly asked to wear his uniform to work despite the fact Flynn had retired from the service. (The retired Kelly also does not wear his uniform to the workplace.) When Flynn was forced to resign over contacts with Russia, Trump replaced him with another general, H.R. McMaster, who has the advantage of still being in the military, meaning he can wear his uniform around the office….

Despite Trump’s professions of love and admiration for his generals and his claim that he’s giving the military “total authorization,” the president doesn’t always seem to care about what they have to say. He ignored Mattis’ plan for fighting ISIS for months. He’s widely known to be frustrated with McMaster, particularly the national security adviser’s desire to commit more troops to Afghanistan. And despite his claim that he’d decided to ban transgender people from the military after consultation with “my generals,” the Pentagon had no idea the announcement was coming. Mattis was apparently only informed the day before and was on vacation. Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford says he’s not going to implement the ban until he receives an official order.

Before Kelly moves into his new role, then, particularly given that his new brief will involve more than just national security issues, he should keep in mind that Trump is often less interested in heeding his generals’ wisdom than he is in using them as props.

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Countdown to GDPR ― Are You Ready?

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What size does an organization need to be to require a mandatory DPO?

If you have more than 250 employees you’re required to have a Data Protection Officer (DPO) on your staff.

Does GDPR itself apply to all sizes of organizations, or is there also a minimum size?

GDPR applies to any company that markets to people in the European Union, regardless of the size of the organization.

Which features will Act-On implement to help its customers with GDPR compliance, especially with respect to the individuals’ rights?

We are in the process of reviewing our products on how we may change and update them to ensure GDPR compliance. I would anticipate that we will communicate later in the year as more guidance on specific areas of the GDPR are released by the regulators.

When will Act-On launch new functionality that will make it easier to be compliant?

We’re reviewing our product requirements for any GDPR adjustments, and those will be communicated later in the year. Remember, you’re responsible for your own compliance under GDPR.

Will Act-On adapt to these regulations, like, for example, “the right to be forgotten”?

Yes, we’re required under the law to be in compliance on all the areas of the GDPR and we’ll adjust our product where applicable to allow our clients to ensure their obligations, including obeying “the right to be forgotten” option.

Will Act-On enable forms to offer positive opt-in based on location so that EU-based IP’s are shown a positive opt-in, but non-GDPR countries do not show this form artifact?

Form enhancements are under consideration for our GDPR preparations and we anticipate communicating about product changes later this year.

Does Act-On back up our lists stored in Act On?

Please visit our security documentation.

From a marketing perspective, what type of detail do you think will be necessary to ask for consent from a person before they’re a customer?

Under the GDPR you’ll have to communicate exactly what you’re going to do with the data subject’s information and the purpose for processing. This is a complex requirement. Please refer to Chapter 3 of the GDPR, which addresses “rights of the data subject,” for comprehensive information.

Will we still be able to use gated content and progressive profiling?

Yes, if you have provided complete information to the individual who signs up for the program and you’ve followed the data subject rights under GDPR.

How do I know if I have any EU email addresses in my database? I am a US B2B operator for businesses in the United States, but they may have an EU email.

You should conduct a data assessment and take inventory on the data you hold. You should assume that if your have EU clients, you will have EU addresses in your files. Prepare now for the legislation by adjusting your onboarding and acquisition methods to include geolocation information.

If all my customers are in the United States, but they have an EU email, am I impacted under the GDPR?

I would consult with a legal resource on this question, however, given that you have the EU data (email addresses), you will need to comply. You may also get further guidance from the Information Commissioner’s Office.

What are the various types of data processing covered in the regulations? Is simple segmentation of contacts into types (such as “resellers” and “distributors,” for example) considered data processing that must be listed and consented to?

Any data you or your vendors hold is covered under the regulations. As the data subject has more ability to manage their data with companies, it’s important you understand the regulations. Complete information on data subject rights can be viewed in Chapter 3 of the GDPR.

Because we’re a UK business, and therefore have to comply, does that also mean we need to comply from an outbound perspective? If we’re processing data on an individual in the United States, do the same restrictions apply?

No, only EU individuals are covered under GDPR. You do, however, want to ensure that you’re complying with any applicable legislation obligations for the other countries, such as CAN-SPAM (in the USA) and CASL (in Canada), for example.

Are requirements the same for member data and customer data? The Canadian spam regulations are slightly different for members vs. customers.

There are differences between CASL and GDPR. The best practice is to follow the law of the country in which the contact is located. Read this great article that discusses the differences in email legislation in Canada, the United States, and the European Union.

How will GDPR affect those businesses that are only focused on B2B engagements?

GDPR applies to any business marketing to EU citizens, regardless of the channel.

Does this apply to B2B customers and data or only to B2C individual data?

Any data you hold on an individual would be covered under GDPR. Chapter 4 discusses your responsibilities as a data controller.

How will the United Kingdom be affected by the Brexit under GDPR?

The UK government has indicated that Brexit will not affect GDPR. GDPR will be implemented in the United Kingdom as scheduled.

If individuals have opted in to receive information from a company with just email addresses and have provided no location information, what are best practices to find out where they are located?

Updating your records now would be a good place to start. Proactively reach out and request additional data to ensure that your information is accurate. More specifics on controller responsibilities can be accessed in Chapter 4 of the GDPR.

GDPR requires European Union members to comply, but how would it be different for a US-based company?

If you hold any data on EU citizens, then you’re required to comply with GDPR.

For more information on becoming completely compliant with the this important legislation, watch the full webinar and see our handy GDPR checklist.

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Consumers Are Ready to Embrace 'Futuristic' Payment Tech

As many as 80 percent of U.S. residents support frictionless payment methods and technologies, suggests a survey of 1,000 consumers
Viewpost published this week.

Among its other findings:

  • Nearly 51 percent of survey participants were paid electronically through direct deposit;
  • Eighty-three percent of respondents believed paper checks would be eliminated completely within the next 20 years, and one-third expected their demise in just five years;
  • Only 11 percent thought companies would continue to use paper-based billing;
  • Fifty-four percent believed companies would use automatic billing via customers’ bank accounts or credit cards;
  • Fifty-two percent believed payments would be made via mobile apps; and
  • Twenty-one percent saw bitcoin becoming a viable currency within the next 10 years.

“New technologies in the payment arena continue to bring more digitization and simplification, great security, and collaboration, as well as notification and faster availability of funds,” said Pat McMonagle, director of payment operations at Viewpoint.

“For example, a payment through the Zelle network is much faster and more secure than a paper check,” he told the E-Commerce Times.

Keeping Payments Secure

The advent of faster payments has led to an increase in security and controls to reduce the probability of payment fraud, McMonagle said.

Based on the survey results, many consumers expect advanced technologies to keep them safe:

  • Fifty percent of respondents believed fingerprint technology would be used for payment authentication within the next 10 years;
  • Thirty-five percent saw facial recognition becoming a key payment authentication technology within the next 10 years;
  • Thirty-two percent trusted facial recognition for securing electronic payments;
  • Thirty-one percent considered retinal scanning as a viable payment authentication technology; and
  • Eighteen percent expected to be using voice technologies to make payments by 2027.

Tomorrow’s Payment Tech

Virtual payments make business travel more efficient, compliant and fraud-resistant, according to
Carlson Wagonlit Travel.

Virtual payments can replace corporate travel cards, the firm suggests in a recent white paper. They provide more security than travel cards as they can’t be lost, stolen, cloned or misused. They also can help companies manage costs.

Virtual payment transactions use a unique ID, so it’s easy to identify and track a transaction. All required reporting is captured as the virtual card is created, so reconciliation is not a problem. Virtual card settings can limit transactions to those that are compliant with company policy.

Carlson Wagonlit’s virtual payment offering connects to 26 banking partners worldwide, and the number of virtual cards it has created has gone up by 35 percent in the past 12 months.

Contactless payments can be made not only using cards, but also with wearables such as wristbands or rings, according to Gemalto, which offers a range of products for the purpose.

Influencers can sell directly to their viewers through various social media icon inline shop Consumers Are Ready to Embrace 'Futuristic' Payment Tech channels with Primo’s solution. Merchants and retailers using its payment infrastructure dynamically generate unique Primo QR tags that influencers can embed in photos and videos. Consumers can view and purchase items directly from their mobile devices.

That’s a good thing, as mobile payments will experience a 20.3 percent compound annual growth rate through 2021, Forrester analyst Shaurya Priya
has predicted.

The Opportunity in Voice

A chatbot engine that sits on a user’s device and doesn’t have to access the cloud is the approach taken by
Sensory.

“This embedded [artificial intelligence] chatbot solution runs completely on devices utilizing the applications processor within a smartphone or tablet, for example,” noted Bernie Brafman, Sensory’s VP of business development.

“It runs at the [operating system] level on the applications processor,” he told the E-Commerce Times. “No back-end servers are required.”

Chatbots “are expected to be a multibillion-dollar industry in the next few years,” Brafman noted.

Sensory targets apps and kiosks for financial services, retail, healthcare, and the travel and hospitality markets, among others.
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Richard%20Adhikari Consumers Are Ready to Embrace 'Futuristic' Payment TechRichard Adhikari has been an ECT News Network reporter since 2008. His areas of focus include cybersecurity, mobile technologies, CRM, databases, software development, mainframe and mid-range computing, and application development. He has written and edited for numerous publications, including Information Week and Computerworld. He is the author of two books on client/server technology.
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The SaaS Tidal Wave is Coming. Are You Ready?

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With the explosion of SaaS apps, problems of sharing information, moving data between apps, and achieving visibility into business transactions are becoming more prevalent. Add in the fact that many of SaaS apps are now outside the company’s firewall, and it poses even more integration difficulties. Organizations now have less control over their applications in terms of monitoring, version control, and security―functions that have now moved to the purview of the SaaS vendor.

The tidal wave of SaaS application adoption threatens to overwhelm a company’s ability to integrate SaaS apps into the rest of its infrastructure. As of 2016, 64 percent of companies already use cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) and 78 percent are expected to purchase new SaaS solutions in 2017. With the tidal wave of SaaS app adoption, a company’s information is now being spread across multiple applications with little to no communication between them.

On top of it all, the traditional tools for integration will not necessarily solve today’s integration problems. They are either too costly, take too much time to implement, or are no longer relevant in a cloud hybrid world.

How does a company prepare for the SaaS tidal wave?

So, how can a company anticipate the SaaS tidal wave and integrate all of their applications that are in the cloud, on-premises, and in hybrid scenarios?

They need iPaaS. iPaaS or “integration platform as a service” allows companies to easily string apps together so that information can move efficiently among applications, whether external or internal. And, because iPaaS is hosted in the cloud, users don’t have to worry about the infrastructure or integration platform. They use the tool just as they do any other SaaS offering. For example, with Salesforce, users simply log in to perform their tasks. They don’t care about where or how it’s running. An iPaaS solution is similar: users log in to the solution, create connections between systems that share information, and let the iPaaS solution manage that created connection.

Benefits of being prepared

If you are on the IT side of your company, endorse iPaaS adoption as a means to lighten your workload, maintain standards and security, and move some responsibility to the business.

If you are on the business side, iPaaS will give you more control over timing, cost, and function. With a good iPaaS solution, you can solve business problems faster, and you save the business money because cost and time to implementation is lower. For example, what the iPaaS user can do in a matter of weeks, we believe might have taken 10 programmers, $ 1 million, and six months before.

And, iPaaS is pretty much a “self-service” system, so business users don’t have to wait for IT, and IT can have the freedom to focus on more complex projects. It’s a win-win for both sides.

For more information on addressing your integration challenges, check out the CITO Research Whitepaper: Putting It Back Together: Solving the SaaS Integration Problem.

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Evan Goldberg’s SuiteWorld 2017 Keynote: Ready, Set, Next

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Posted by Barney Beal, Content Director

In his keynote for SuiteWorld 2017, Oracle NetSuite Global Business Unit Executive Vice President for Development Evan Goldberg details all the new features in NetSuite, including global expansion, industry solutions, omnichannel commerce, global supply chain automation, advanced bill of materials, time sheets in SRP, project profitability reporting, NetSuite for Agencies, NetSuite’s commitment to nonprofits, performance improvements, SuiteCloud platform enhancements, and new integrations between NetSuite and Oracle Planning and Budgeting.

Goldberg is joined onstage by Craig Sullivan, NetSuite Group Vice President Product Management; Allison Manetakis, NetSuite Senior Director of Product Management; and Joseph Fung, NetSuite vice President of Development – HCM who gives a detailed demo of SuitePeople.

Goldberg also reenacts his return to Oracle orientation.


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