The big product news from NetSuite this week is SuitePeople, a full-function core HR system that’s deeply embedded in the cloud ERP platform
As LinkedIn passes the half a billion member mark, Microsoft is coming out of the gate with its first ‘get Salesforce’ integrations with Dynamics 365. Game on.
Mining equipment supplier Caterpillar and its Australian reseller Westpac are showing how autonomous vehicles are changing the extractive industries.
UK employers have mixed views on what impact uncertainty brought about by the Brexit referendum is having on the tech skills market.
Culture and creativity go hand in hand but what is the reality and is the notion of creative business a pipedream? Gapingvoid is optimistic but makes clear the need for significant change management. That starts at the top.
Augmented reality has huge potential to change how field service is delivered. ServiceMax chief architect Indresh Satyanarayana weighs the pros and cons
I didn’t know if the speakers at the Infor Federal Forum event would agree on anything. After all, we were in Washington D.C. where divisive politics are the rule these days. But the assembled agreed on one thing: the government has a recruitment and talent problem. How to fix that problem is where the conversation got interesting.
Sage Summit 2017 was a refreshing affair that demonstrated a ‘new’ Sage that has been conspicuously missing in the past. There’s an awful lot to do but progress is good and customers should be encouraged.
BAE Systems is putting people at the heart of corporate strategy with HR transformation.
One highlight from our local NERD Summit was a well-thought presentation on inclusive design. Here’s the takeaways, including presenter Mike Miles’ Four Pillars of Inclusive Design. I also bring up one big gotcha not mentioned.