Bed, Bath & Beyond CEO Steven Tamares is looking beyond the stores and into digital as the home furnishings e-commerce market becomes increasingly competitive.
GT Nexus president Kurt Cavano discusses how its network enables better supply chain visibility that helps enterprises manage costs and meet customer demand
Verizon’s still closing its deal to take over Yahoo! but the firm’s Tim Armstrong, CEO AOL, has some clear thoughts on where the firm is going in its quest to take on Google and Facebook.
$100 million isn’t an awful lot in Oracle terms, but it was an important number yesterday on two fronts as the software giant turned in quarterly numbers that fell short of Wall Street expectations.
Cloud ERP vendor FinancialForce introduces automated billing to bring subscriptions and usage on the same invoice as one-off product and service sales
UK legislators debate the Fourth Industrial Revolution – tomorrow’s world today with a Brexit background
Against a backdrop of Brexit and the need for a new industrial policy for the UK, British legislators have had a welcome debate about the potential and the pitfalls of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Alongside the amateur DIY customer, Home Depot is specifically targeting the Professional home improvement revenue stream and using digital engagement to do so.
HP Inc is moving its CRM to Microsoft, which one research firm claims is now leading the SaaS market. Meanwhile the Salesforce Economy is pitched at creating nearly 2 million new jobs by 2020. Anyone would think Dreamforce is round the corner…
Chief Innovation Officer at MasterCard gave investors some insights into its “extremely complex digital strategy”.