Vishal Sikka has stepped down as CEO and MD of Infosys. It has been a very difficult time for him as he faced an ongoing stream of fire fights coming from one of the co-founders.
ERPfixers is out to change SAP consulting - and it all starts with a simple question. Here's the inside view from founder Paul Ovigele.
What better way to debate a new ERP buyer report than with the author itself? That's exactly what I did with a new SelectHub report written by analyst Gabriel Gheorghiu. There are several surprises we must consider.
Infosys is, once again, under fire. This time from proxy advisors with an agenda but no identified client. Still, the ignorant Indian media pick it up. Shame on them.
Practical enterprise experience informs learnings from the move to XaaS - everything as a service - with lessons for CIOs, CTOs and CxOs across the business
Manufacturers no longer sell discrete products and services, but blend both together in the trend towards everything as-a-service - XaaS
Are you ready for the shift to services? Find out when you read and respond to this CXO's practical guide to surviving the as-a-service revolution
After a change of CEO to reset its growth trajectory, Huddle doubles down on helping government and large enterprise master complex document collaboration
Salesforce-native applications vendor FinancialForce has outsourced its roadmap for HCM to ADP so that it can focus in on its 'ERP for services' vision
Denis Pombriant offers an alternative perspective about FinancialForce. It is rooted in the focus on vertical markets.
Holger Mueller and Den Howlett offer a quick overview of the opening day keynote at FinancialForce Community Live 2017. Key points cover tone, ADP partnership and revrec.
Faced with spreadsheet hell, LT Apparel chose Host Analytics for budgeting and planning. Choosing the right partner was critical.
An "aspiration" for a digital future for the UK. During this election period, it's fitting BT's CEO is spinning out a 'jam tomorrow' manifesto where we can all watch the football on our dodgy broadband connections.