Integration technologies are now more important than ever, as Higher Education customers look at adopting SaaS applications and interact with a wider variety of data consumers. This includes old technology, new technology, leading edge technology, and industry-specific solutions. With these ever-expanding technology footprints, how do we find the right integration technology fit?
About Tim Gehrig
As Vice President for CedarCrestone’s Technical Services department within Shared Services, Tim is responsible for technical sales support, marketing and business development for CedarCrestone’s Managed Services and Fusion Middleware technical consulting practices. Tim has over 16 years of leadership experience in the Information Technology industry, including his previous role as Associate Vice President of Technology Services for CedarCrestone, which included strategy and technology delivery for all of CedarCrestone’s Managed Services host clients. Tim’s graduate studies include an Executive MBA from Emory University’s Goizeuta Business School.
Entries by Tim Gehrig
Someone recently asked me to predict which service and technology trends will have the biggest impact on Higher Education in 2013. Interesting question. Though lacking a proper crystal ball, I nonetheless gaze into the future and no less than a dozen influential trends come into view.
The software and services market is changing at a rapid pace. The question I get most often is ”what should CEOs & CIOs be thinking about now to prepare for and ideally outpace that shift?” C level executives are going to be dealing with many of the same decisions and challenges they have faced for the […]
First let’s talk about Application Management Services or “AMS” support and why it is becoming so important for organizations to include as a component of IT/Business strategy. There are three significant trends impacting the demand and nature of support services delivery. Legacy Applications: Three Generations to Support First, technology and functional groups today are being asked […]
Traditional thinking would have you believe that a downturn in the economy would lead to an increase in interest for hosted and managed ERP solutions. While this may be true for some low hanging fruit and net new custom development that could take advantage of early cloud-based architectures, the expected systematic uptick did not develop.
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