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Bridging the gap
It is critical to have a framework in place to ensure projects are completed – and that they’re monitored and evaluated en route.by Alison Job
Building business resilience post pandemic
All the digital transformation projects initiated during the pandemic will remain a permanent feature of the way businesses will operate going forward, says Bruce Moepye, MD of Gen2 Enterprise Services, part of the Gen2 Group.by Alison Job
Strategic planning in the public sector
Government’s planning requirements are becoming more stringent to ensure not only sustainable performance, but valued service delivery to all people in SA.by Gen2 Enterprise Services
GEN2 Enterprise Services SA launches comprehensive multi-functional platform to enable govt, related public sector entities to manage strategic performance
Gen2 Enterprise Services SA (Pty) Ltd. announced the launch of a performance management solution into the public sector.
Re-engineering accounting systems
Market conditions and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic necessitate a rethink of the role of accounting systems, says Carel Smit, financial systems manager at Gen2 Group.by Alison Job
Awarded the most promising EA Technology provider
Two of Changepoint’s products recently hit the news again.
Your business plan might look different from a bird's-eye view
It might seem obvious – do a business plan, tie-in your budget and press ‘go’ for business success. But it’s less straightforward than you would think.by Alison Job
Changepoint Project Portfolio Management (PPM) in East Africa
Two of the Top Five Banks in Kenya have chosen Changepoint PPM as their preferred Project Portfolio Management solution
IT vs public sector corruption
Regarding budget management in the public sector, an IT audit trail can track when money is reallocated to different cost entities or even where there's unspent budget.
How to successfully manage a portfolio of projects
The larger a business, the more projects it has on the go at once, leading to competition for finite budgets, resources and time.