Themes are emerging from this conference season. Brian Sommer provides the top of mind topics and associated quotage.
With new management, a focus on interviewee assessments beyond video interviewing, HireVue is steeling itself for the next phase of its evolution and growth. Here’s what that journey entails.
No part of the Cornerstone product line is untouched as innovation dollars are going to every part of the solution set and the tech stack. This helps customers of all suites.
This year's Adaptive conference was well-attended and full of customers that were hungry to learn more about the product and its future.
Ceridian impressed with consistent messaging along with clear evidence of delivery. It earns high praise in a market that's resplendent with 'me too' offerings.
Sales forecasting is becoming a lot more sophisticated as solutions ingest and work with external data sources, augmented with machine learning. This story focuses upon Optymyze.
Host Analytics is adding a slew of much needed functionality that removes the drudge work from financial compliance, freeing up the professional for helping work through business imperatives.
In the final part of his journey around the Cloud ERP Manufacturing sector, Brian Sommer turns his attention to Plex.
In this fourth part of the manufacturing ERP series, we turn our attention to NetSuite and rival RootStock.
In this third part of the manufacturing ERP series, we turn our attention to IFS, which has a stronger focus on IoT than others in the same market.
In the first part of our State of Manufacturing ERP series, we set the stage in terms of macro market conditions. In this next part, we profile Kenandy at a fairly high level.
Within verticals, it seems everyone has a cloud ERP solution for service firms and omni-channel retailers. But, what’s going on in the Manufacturing ERP space? In this first of six part series, Brian Sommer provides a macro market deep dive to set the stage.
SuiteWorld 17 was more than a transition show for NetSuite. The company, many times lightheartedly, sought to allay customers or prospects concerns re: the future of the company, its people or its products. They did that very well.