You can automate and make your home as 'smart' as you like but is it all worth the investment or is the hype way ahead of the reality. Guess what I found?
We recently covered the DxContinuum acquisition by ServiceNow. In this story, we get into some of the detail and expectations going forward.
Typically last to make change, there's a lot going on in the financial software arena. And it's not just about GL/AR/AP.
First hand experience of the gig economy as the way brands are subcontracting essential after sales services is proving to be little short of a nightmare. Here's my salutary tale.
SMEs are getting more of SAP's attention these days. At a recent event aimed at that segment, I dug into the product line up but with emphasis on Business ByDesign.
In an era of increased globalization, relocation of key personnel is an important topic that has not received the attention it deserves from technology vendors. MOVE Guides and Papaya Global provide hints for how this often expensive and difficult process can be improved.
It's good to see that Silicon Valley founded companies recognize the need to get closer to their target markets. Meet Aeris which recently opened shop in Chicago.
Brian Sommer kicks off the new year with a positive book review that seeks to expand our understanding of the dangers behind some algorithms.
With an installed base mostly on IBM i-Series, midmarket ERP vendor VAI has a renewed focus on ROI in its latest release and cloud deployment option
Check out some of the vendors we came across at HR Tech 2016 - it isn't all about HR admin and payroll.
Visier has built out an impressive analytics suite amines at better understanding talent acquisition. Here's my take.
IFS has a lot going on but is shy on details. In this final excerpt, I walk through key areas that are either being addressed or need addressing.
Technology stacks for the underpinning architecture matter less these days than they did in the past. Or do they? I take a view on this as it relates to IFS.