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Robert McCarthy joins Dyflex Solutions, SAP Cloud Technology Experts, as General Manager of Sales

Dyflex Solutions, a leader in SAP cloud technology and SAP Gold partner, today announced and welcomed Robert McCarthy as their new General Manager of Sales. He will be responsible for leading the intelligent ERP business at Dyflex Solutions, supporting existing and new customers in their digital transformation journey.   Having worked in the IT industry for

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Dyflex Solutions expands to South Australia with James Curran as State Manager

Dyflex Solutions, a leader in SAP cloud technology and SAP Gold partner, today announced and welcomed James Curran as State Manager for South Australia who will be responsible for increasing the company’s brand presence, customer base and delivery capabilities in the region. Curran comes to Dyflex Solutions with over 18 years of experience in the

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DyFlex Insights
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Don’t wait! Weed out inefficiencies in your business system

Can you honestly say you’re 100% satisfied with your current systems and business processes? Or have you noticed certain processes are being slowed down under the weight of your growing business? For most companies, single-purpose programs and systems are added as needed throughout the life of the business. So, by the time a company reaches

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Is your business too big for your outdated system?

When organisations experience a period of rapid growth there are many important issues that are front of mind. However, organisations rarely consider whether their outdated systems are equipped to handle the expanse of their business. Like a well-worn pair of shoes, your outdated systems are comfortable and familiar – but become limited and strained as

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Seeing double: the problem of duplicated data

Duplicated data occurs when an organisation has two or more disparate systems. These systems have no integration between them, meaning data needs to be entered manually multiple times. It is interfaced on a method that isn’t based on real-time data, and often requires cross-checking with other systems to verify the accuracy. Furthermore, because these disparate

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