The truth about legacy IT your COO wants you to know
With the reputation of your organisation largely riding on the efficacy of your technology, updating legacy IT systems in the right way is paramount to success. Here’s the truth your COO wants you to know.
The 5 hardest decisions IT leaders will make in 2019
Here we explore five key decision-making challenges faced by CIOs globally as technology relentlessly marches on.
The stats CEOs need to measure digital transformation success
In this article, we explore the key performance indicators (KPIs) that will help you quantify the impact of your digital initiatives.
Audacia delivers bespoke tech tool for manufacturing institutes
Audacia transforms roadmap workshops for two leading manufacturing innovation institutes with a bespoke technology tool.
5 best practices for a successful systems integration project
Here we look at our system integration practices to ensure that you maximise the potential of your existing software infrastructure without any drawbacks
Manufacturing CEOs: 5 signs it’s time to review software systems
To follow on from Digital Manufacturing Week 2018, below are five signs that indicate it may be time to review your current software systems.
Why technology is key to continuous improvement
Through ongoing efforts to improve the quality of services through constant review and action, businesses can eliminate complexity from processes and identify better ways of working. Read our latest insight for more.
Audacia launches bespoke software platform for Techbuyer
Audacia launches a bespoke product database for leading IT reseller, Techbuyer, to enable their global growth.
Why 83% of construction companies are focusing on mobile working
Here, we take a look at the key reasons for adopting mobile working in the construction sector and why it could be right for your business, as well as the main considerations when implementing the technology.
Development debunking: Myths of bespoke software
With the idea of bespoke software often comes a concern of the risks associated with the approach. Here we look at four common bespoke software misconceptions and what the realities actually are.