Den Howlett
Following 20+ years in finance and IT related roles, Den Howlett became a freelance writer/analyst/commenter specialising in enterprise IT. He has been calling the vendors to account ever since.
Den Howlett

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Enterprise applications drama critic, BS cleaner, occasional bad coder, buyer champion and foodie trying to suck less every day.
Den Howlett

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SAP Q2 FY2016, an S/4 HANA take

SAP's S/4 HANA story is in the early stages of unfolding. Even so, the company gave some good indicators of where it is going that should help in better understanding momentum, even while further questions are left hanging in the air.

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Infosys Q1 FY2017 - headwinds and Brexit

Infosys faced a disappointing and challenging quarter. Brexit loomed large in the analyst calls but like others, Infosys is taking a relatively neutral yet cautious approach.

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Avoid the Leadsom Defense at all costs

The Leadsom Defense is a classic case of plausible deniability wrapped up in pompous talk about an investigation that likely would not stand up to scrutiny. Others have tried similar things in the past. It doesn't work.

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Finding balance in the post-Brexit era

As a tumultuous week in Europe concludes, Den pores over some of the numbers to see if he can find an answer to the threatened recessionary winter and its impact for technology.

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Brexit to impact US retailers? Not so fast

Quick, ring the alarm bells - US vendors will likely have a tough time selling to the UK post-Brexit. Or so BusinessInsider would have you believe. It's nonsense. Here's why.