Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software can facilitate the sharing of information across business functions to eliminate inconsistency and duplication of effort. Organizations should choose an ERP platform that aligns with their goals.
The growing field of enterprise resource planning may be an excellent option for qualified professionals who possess a combination of IT skills, business acumen and management know-how.
The growing importance of data analytics in the marketplace is fueling demand for database managers, who should possess a combination of technical know-how, business savvy and leadership ability.
Training for the in-demand career of systems administrator can begin with enrolling in a bachelor's degree in computer information systems program.
Worldwide, the ERP software market is projected to total almost $24 billion by 2018, as mobile technology, cloud computing and other innovations transform the industry.
The growing role of big data, mobile technology and other Internet-related aspects of the marketplace may heighten demand for chief privacy officers across industries.
Government agencies, private companies, nonprofit groups and universities have launched initiatives to increase female representation in STEM-related fields. They include Florida Tech's computer science camps for middle and high school girls.
Cloud-based enterprise resource planning solutions can offer numerous benefits, from enhanced performance and ease of deployment to increased scalability and faster response times.
Creativity, communication and organization are among the soft skills that may better position database administrators for advancement in this growing profession.
Big data, mobile technology and security are projected to be major factors driving employment growth in the Information Technology field, including for database administrators.