Spreadsheets have no future in the post-modern ERP era. A new wave of self-driving business software has analytics at its core, writes Unit4’s Thomas Staven
Wall Street was cool on Workday’s numbers yesterday, coming on the back of Salesforce’s the day before, but the firm’s roster of big name customers continues to grow.
I grilled Microsoft technology lead Mike Ehrenberg on how Dynamics AX delivers cloud ERP on Microsoft Azure, Here’s what he told me about the pivot to cloud
Some interesting observations about the bread and butter ERP market. But are they right? We add some nuance.
A transformational release built on a ‘pivot’ to Azure. Microsoft’s Mike Ehrenberg tells us about the long-awaited cloud-native Dynamics AX, announced today
Being big can be a disadvantage for today’s businesses that need agility and innovation to survive moments of disruption, writes NetSuite’s Jim McGeever
The court battle between Rimini Street and Oracle got ugly. But Rimini Street is unperturbed. It continues to argue that customers are happy with their software, but don’t want to pay the escalating maintenance costs.
Centrica’s HR team wants to shift focus from the transactional to the strategic.
Digital transformation is shaping every kind of business and there is a clamour – even urgency – among companies old and new to understand the implications and embrace the benefits, says Oracle’s Loïc Le Guisquet.
Infor’s new ‘lift and shift’ initiative is a major investment in accelerating the pace at which customers move their core apps to the cloud generation
The fat lady has sung for Opera’s old HR system as Workday hits the high note.
Building on its acquisition in June of Three Rivers, Unit4 has announced a new student information system built for the social, mobile, analytics, cloud era
The enterprise is entering the business-centric era of Postmodern ERP. Or at least it is according to Gartner.