New self-driving software will deliver exponential results from current breakthroughs in big data, mobile access, user experience and computer intelligence.
Jason Prater, Plex VP of development, shares his perspective on how new technologies such as mobile, Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data/analytics will shape the manufacturing industry in the coming years.
The value of connected field service to organizations can only be realized if CIOs work more closely with service leaders, writes Mark Homer of ServiceMax
Sometimes, doing the old thing morphs into doing the wrong thing. That's the point at which doing the old thing better is bad, says Salesforce's Peter Coffee.
Legacy tech leaves retailers unable to deliver the retail brand experiences shoppers crave. Time to unify systems in the cloud, says NetSuite's Jim McGeever
Cloud-based HR can transform the way organizations operate, aiding collaboration and using data to inform strategy, writes Infor's Marcus Mossberger
A global cloud ERP system automated data collection and analytics to transform operations and sales at truck component manufacturer Accuride, writes Plex System’s Chris Bishop
From onboarding to analytics, the workplace faces digital transformation and HR must adapt, says Charles Ashworth, SVP of employee success at FinancialForce
Making things “digital” isn’t the destination, but is just putting on the running shoes before the marathon. Salesforce's Peter Coffee hammers home some transformation thinking.
By providing early use cases and proof points for the Internet of Things, field service unlocks IoT for the enterprise, writes Athani Krishna of ServiceMax
A survey shows US manufacturers recognize supply chain risk but don't invest in leadership and technology to prevent it, writes Kurt Cavano of GT Nexus and Infor
We hear plenty of talk about "real-time business." But SAP's Robert Enslin doesn't think real-time is the right approach for today's business. It's about running live - and there's a big difference.
Digital government isn't just slapping a digital face on creaking systems. Unit4's Derren Nisbet argues for transforming public services in the back office