Human Resource (HR) departments are implementing global mobility programs designed to manage complex international relocations. However, the activities of individuals in foreign locations can create a variety of both individual and corporate level tax issues for the enterprise, depending upon the circumstances.
The software industry is in the midst of significant change. Cloud, software-as-a-service (SaaS), mobile devices, and consumerization of IT, are changing how software vendors develop, market, sell, distribute and support their products. This report ranks leading software companies from key markets around the world, and shares insights into where the industry is going from executives from Adobe, BMC Software, CollabNet, Jive Software, NetSuite, Red Hat, SAP, SAS, Splunk, and TSIA.
PwC's Experience Radar helps businesses find the often hidden sources of value that drive exceptional, differentiated customer experience. By helping Enterprise Software leaders rank their product and service features, Experience Radar locates opportunities to create value and thereby bolster top-line growth and bottom-line results.
The latest piece in the Digital IQ Snapshot series explores why business leaders need to pay attention to current trends in emerging technologies, such as the consumerization of technology, “bring your own device” (BYOD), and the growing pressure to enable instant contact, collaboration and feedback with stakeholders. Organizations that are not paying attention may soon lag competitors in efficiency and profitability.
The Federal Government faces a situation similar to that of the private sector in the early 2000s. The question is whether Federal COOs, CFOs, and CIOs will wait for OMB to levy cuts on them or whether Federal executives will act to address the systemic drivers of IT expense so they are ready to respond to the inevitable round of forthcoming budget cuts.
Mobile technology is changing the way that power and utility companies operate their businesses, from the job site to the back office. Utilities that successfully deploy mobility solutions achieve productivity improvements of 20% to 30%.
This issue of BoardroomDirect® covers PwC’s Key questions for board and audit committee members and 16th Annual Global CEO Survey, the need for directors to understand IT and social governance, the latest news on the 2013 proxy season, the new audit committee communication auditing standard, and the nomination of Mary Jo White as the next SEC chair.
This issue of BoardroomDirect® covers the relationship between the board and CIO regarding IT oversight, PwC's Our focus on audit quality report, the latest SEC whistleblower data, the SEC's leadership change and the release of a resource guide on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
The asset management industry is experiencing structural change driven by investor preferences, pricing pressure and uncertain markets which introduce the risk of misalignment between business and IT strategy.