Most companies confine customer experience to the front office. Here's what happened when one manufacturer connected the back-office too
John Appleby, Bluefin Solutions makes the case for Fiori as a 'free' item rather than being charged for separately.
Tableau's Q4 results were well above analyst expectations. The market rewarded the company with a big uptick in the price, valuing Tableau north of $5.3 billion
Companies tend to struggle with influencer programs. But there are potent benefits to getting it right.
India is the latest government to emulate the UK's approach to a national cloud computing strategy as well as seeking public/private sector partnerships.
"In our old model, we would have said, ‘Hump you, you can take it, it's the same for everybody, if you don't like it, bugger off.' Not any more, says Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary.
SAP was at its most aggressive in many a year at its 2014 investor symposium. Does it have the cajones to make the required cloud transition? Perhaps.
Burn the witches! Or the former BBC executives at any rate, who obediently lined up to parrot 'mea culpa' to the Public Accounts Committee yesterday. Has anything actually been learned?
The Superbowl result confounded many who predicted a Broncos win. What happened and does it knock down predictive analytics? No - but you have to choose your model carefully.
BT and CSC are among those services giants facing up to the new reality that small can be beautiful if you've got your act together in time.
43 percent projected savings in one government department using SAP HANA looks impressive. But you have to look at the whole SAP estate to get there.
Nymi claims we can secure many devices with our unique cardiac rhythms. Is that so? If so then there is a world of possibility.
Jon's cheeky weekly review of which enterprise software articles hit (or didn’t) on diginomica & beyond - for week ending February 2, 2014.