Genpact is another traditional outsourcing and BPO provider that's re-imagining itself for the digital world - just like its clients.
SAP Nation 2.0, a follow up to Vinnie Mirchandani's expose about the size and cost of the SAP economy, the author provides a costing update and a fresh perspective on what's happening around S/4 HANA.
Old, not fit for purpose and too many spreadsheets…time to implement a cloud-based HRMS.
Lloyds Banking Group is committed to customer centricity, but only if they can make some money out of those customers at the same time?
Cloud Service Providers are in need of some DIFY (Do It For You) if they are to fulfil the hopes and aspirations of their huge potential customer base, and Odin – the renamed cloud half of Parallels as was – is aiming to be the company that provides it.
Jon's cheeky weekly review of which articles hit (or didn't) - on diginomica and beyond. In this edition: Sage renounces the ERP moniker, debate ensues. Dystopian futures pondered, algorithms from hell identified: Plus: a mini-Windows 10 privacy roast.
HSBC is making 25,000 job cuts and aiming for up to $5 billion in cost savings by 2017. A lot of this is a direct result of its technology and digital investments.
Virgin America's used wifi as a competitive differentiator for years, but there's more to come, says CEO David Cush.