Infor CEO Charles Phillips gave attendees at Marketo's customer event this week a sneak preview of Project Max, a digital assistant for sales people
Fast-growing technology business CityFibre got rid of all the paper in its buying process when it rolled out cloud-based Coupa spend management overnight
In this edition: why technical bankruptcy is innovation quicksand. Also: IBM changes the enterprise blockchain debate with its blockchain as a service offering. Plus self-disruptive CIOs, ERP lawsuits, and diversity gets real. Your whiffs include, of course, United Airlines and its wardrobe (policy) malfunction. But that's not the only whiff of note.
A look at some SAP SuccessFactors futures, such as conversational HR, headless apps, workforce analytics, AI and machine service instead of self-service
Plenty to chew over as we dig into the announcements and discussion at SAP Ariba Live.
PWC's 10th annual Global IQ survey brings sobering news. More CEOs embrace digital transformation, but PWC finds that the "digital IQ" of companies is actually declining. Why? Barb Mosher Zinck delves into the data in search of answers.
Our survey of digital enterprise collaboration ends with a look at the far-reaching impact of agile teams in DevOps and the merits of Atlassian's platform
Ocado's online experience and delivery service comes close to what passes for the frictionless enterprise today. What matters though is the end to end customer experience. On this first outing, I rate them highly.
About to launch in Europe, on-demand subscription airline Surf Air takes a novel approach to business travel that the 1970s jet set would approve of
In part 2 of this review of enterprise collaboration, why content bests messaging and the surprising edge Dropbox has on Slack, Microsoft, Box and Google
In this edition - the collaboration market heats up, and the founder of Linux calls BS on tech "innovation." Weekend news steals the show, with SAP winning an indirect access court case with a bitter aftertaste. Uber gets called out for by a female ex-employee, and Yahoo is an open door - for customer data. Whiffs include, appropriately enough, the BS awards, and a fun/awkward email exchange.
Yeah, I'm an agile development fanboy. That's why I need data to keep my idealism in check. Computer Economics' new survey on agile development challenged my thinking. Insights behind the report bring clarity to agile's relevance - and explain why barriers to adoption persist.
The enterprise paper trail of documents transforms into a digital canvas for collaboration with Salesforce Quip, while partner Conga streamlines workflow