To meet customer expectations, next generation ERP must be built on the right kind of cloud platform, writes Kevin Roberts of FinancialForce.com
A true digital business platform is the centre of a modern organisation’s business and economic model, says Oracle's Andrew Sutherland.
Salesforce's Peter Coffee argues the design case for a rights-centric mantra of “establish permissions, then construct secure containers, and only then collect and seek value from data.”
The rise of mobile, cloud and social risks a new proliferation of unmanaged data. UNIT4's Helen Sutton foresees a 'post-modern' ERP coming to the rescue
Choose carefully: watertight vertical industry cloud solutions can limit the potential for business transformation, writes NetSuite’s Jim McGeever
Not all cloud ERP solutions are built the same way. Workday's Jim Holincheck lists four key aspects to evaluate when choosing a cloud system
Everyone expects to save costs from cloud adoption but most organizations find further benefits in cloud computing, writes Infor's Matt Breslin.
SAP's Irfan Kahn has seen customers tackling the Internet of Things, and poses the question: is your system - and business - ready?
What does it take to become a digital business? And why does it matter? Infor president Stephan Scholl recommends the steps to take to move ahead in 2015
The problem of 'Can I read it? Can I understand it?' is just the start, argues Salesforce's Peter Coffee. There's a need to go beyond mere function, and add a huge fraction of total value with superior design.
- Software complexity is the enemy of great user experiences
- The mission critical systems of yesteryear are not equipped for modern business
- SAP's Greg McStravick shares field lessons on the pursuit of simple
- Businesses want to have better control of their IT and better protect their data.
- Trying to stop BYOD will not return control to the business.
- The answer lies in encouraging a secure approach to BYOD.
Is your organization being correctly led into its digital transformation future? Oracle's Jeff Erickson poses some questions to find out.