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SaaS is increasingly replacing traditional business software running in your own data centre. We’ve got over 25 years of experience delivering the most complex, critical, technology-enabled change.
In this webinar we share what we’ve learned about SaaS and what you should be thinking about.
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Dave Machin is a Partner at The Berkeley Partnership with 25 years experience of delivering large-scale technology-enabled change programmes. He has led a number of large SaaS implementations at global blue-chip organisations in energy, transport and technology sectors over the last eight years, and has considerable experience of integrating SaaS solutions with traditional, on-premise legacy systems.
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Kirsty Nethersell is a Partner at The Berkeley Partnership with over 15 years of consulting experience covering all aspects of the project lifecycle from strategy development through to large scale systems and change implementations. Most recently she was technology lead on a SaaS HR implementation programme for a global FMCG organisation, delivering two new platforms to 170k users across more than 100 countries.
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