Brian Sommer’s quick round up of stories from the finance and accounting solutions markets.
Workday Rising 2015 was a competent and workmanlike affair that asserts confidence but which portends a complex future with big bets made on big functionality.
A DSAG survey covering S4/HANA makes grim reading. But the follow on explanatory press release is more worrying. These are tough times for SAP and its customers.
On the final day of SAP Controlling 2015, I asked controlling expert Julien Delvat for his thoughts on the rise of predictive analytics. He also detailed new SAP HANA and S/4 HANA use cases.
Workday planning is in the early stages of development. What we saw is promising but there is a lot of work to get done between now and eventual release.
Workday Rising 2015 got off to a great start with plenty to keep the crowd happy as the co-founders traded jokes and amusing tidbits to keep the early morning crowd awake.
EPM expert Gary Cokins has some provocative views on why companies fail to execute. After a recent keynote, I caught up with him to find out if analytical tools like predictive can bridge the performance gap.
Watching Dreamforce 2015 from the cheap seats provides a different perspective on events
After Marc Benioff’s Dreamforce keynote today, diginomica met up with the Salesforce CEO to talk about his ambitions for the conference and why he wants his customers sobbing on Friday.
John Taschek has attended every Dreamforce conference. In this personal posting, he explains why it’s a different sort of conference.
Marc Benioff’s intelligent toothbrush was only the beginning. Salesforce pitches into the Internet of Things (IoT) with its very own cloud.
It’s Dreamforce-eve. What lies ahead in the busiest week of the cloud year? Dreamforce veteran Stuart Lauchlan sets out some personal expectations.
At SuccessConnect Las Vegas, Jon got a surprising amount of questions answered – but issues remain. Here’s his review.