Mar 03 2017

Is ERP dead in the Caribbean?

Just a few years ago, Enterprise Resource Planning seemed to have been a big trend in the Caribbean; now it is no longer in the fore. Why? At least three to five years ago, ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, was all the the rage in the Caribbean. Mid-sized and larger organisations were eager to introduce this …

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Mar 01 2017

Is telecoms in the Caribbean in trouble?

A few Caribbean telecoms firms have been experiencing some challenges, which could be signs to trouble not only in individual countries but also the region as a whole. if you have been keeping an eye on the latest ICT/tech news developments over the past last week or so, such through our roundup published on Monday, …

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Feb 27 2017

Roundup: for the week ending 26 February 2017

A roundup of the latest ICT/technology news from across the Caribbean region for the period Monday 20 February to Sunday 26 January 2017. Monday, 20 February 2017 Despite Aliv, BTC’s subscriber base up 6,000 Bahamas – Cable & Wireless Communications Limited (CWC), part owner of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC), said despite the entrance of BeAliv …

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Feb 24 2017

Drones: are they on their way to becoming ubiquitous in the Caribbean?

​Globally, use of drones has been and will continue to increase into the foreseeable future. However, will that be the experience in the Caribbean? Over the past two years or so, the term, drones, has become more widely known. They are not only commercially available for personal use, but many businesses, especially those that ship …

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Feb 22 2017

Unleashing the Internet: does the Caribbean have what it takes?

Last week, the Internet Society released what is likely to be a seminal report on the Internet in the Caribbean. Here, we introduce the report to our readers. The Internet is widely recognised as being a catalyst for economic growth and development, and Caribbean countries have been eager to embrace this platform to achieve those …

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