3 Keys to Choosing the Best Provider for your Mobility Project

3 Keys to Choosing the Best Provider for your Mobility Project

By Jonas Larsen – 2BM Software 3 Keys to Choosing the Best Provider for your Mobility Project When a company identifies the need for a mobility project, it can be difficult to know how to select the best provider. For many years at 2BM we have been providing...
How Mobile Solutions Can Help Attract New Millennial Talent

How Mobile Solutions Can Help Attract New Millennial Talent

By Jonas Larsen – 2BM Software How Mobile Solutions Can Help Attract New Millennial Talent Millions of people everyday use iPads and mobile phones to shop, book holidays, order takeaway food, taxis and more. People in their twenties have never known any other...
Project accelerators in SuccessFactors implementations

Project accelerators in SuccessFactors implementations

by Casper Nielsen Project accelerators in SuccessFactors implementations Do you know the feeling when buying a product, that you are looking forward to receiving and then when you have used it, you think: “Was that really it”? I have met a few customers with this...
Recruiting in a new era

Recruiting in a new era

By Frederik Bødker Recruiting in a new era Digitalization and virtual work. Two elements that are essential to us nowadays. The corona crisis has shown us why digitalization is important. “Physical” meetings with our colleagues, have become online meetings with...
Workout for academics

Workout for academics

By Simon Schmidt Workout for academics SuccessFactors Onboarding 2.0 When your neighbors have signs in the front yard advertising the “Movement Against Payments” association. When you see a lone cyclist with the anxiety painted on his face in an inferno of...
Why S/4HANA outcompetes SAP ECC

Why S/4HANA outcompetes SAP ECC

by Lars Bork Dylander Why S/4HANA outcompetes SAP ECC When you take a closer look at the S/4HANA release 1909 you’ll see an enormous step forward for the S4 experience in general. I’ll go as far as saying; it gives a ‘wow effect’. In the 1909 release, it’s like it all...