Digital music pioneer Pandora is exploring the idea of finding a buyer as it waits for a cash injection, but for CEO Tim Westergren, there's a Golden Age of Music around the corner and waiting to be tapped into.
A rapid six-week rollout of the NetSuite ERP system meant users had to sink or swim, and there were a number of pain points along the way.
The Wisconsin-based online retailer wanted to move away from a ‘hairball’ of systems to an ‘all in one’ with NetSuite SuiteCommerce.
One of the best things about MariaDB's first annual user conference (M|17) was hearing from open source advocates who flew in from APAC countries to tell their stories. Alibaba presented on how they use open source at monster cloud scale. I also got some interesting views on why some open source database projects are a lot better than others.
Tech is the foundation of Ladbroke Coral's customer proposition, says the CEO of the bookmaker combo. That includes new tills and the arrival of Salesforce CRM.
A new way of working is just getting underway at the eBay-owned, UK-based online classifieds site.
Lands End has a great history as a catalog business, but now needs to focus on becoming an e-commerce platform, reckons new CEO Jerome Griffith.
Ofcom's fudge of a deal with BT over Openreach has BT exactly where it wants to be. This is not the deal that a Brexit-facing Britain needed to have delivered.
Combining IBM Chef Watson into a Salesforce-based e-commerce portal helped Kellogg's Bear Naked speed an AI-powered custom product line to market
In what is a first for this author, product placement planted the seed that eventually led to a buy decision. It's an interesting approach but one which conceals a different approach to buying that is refreshingly cogent.
Sotheby's is investing heavily in tech to beef up its tools to compete in a digital marketplace where its brand is challenged by an ecosystem of smaller disruptors.
Mistakes have been made, but there's also been progress towards riding the disruption wave in the fashion retail industry, argues GAP CEO Art Peck.
About to launch in Europe, on-demand subscription airline Surf Air takes a novel approach to business travel that the 1970s jet set would approve of