It's nearly 6 months since Salesforce first pitched Work.com as a platform for organizations to re-open offices safely. The offering has evolved, but so has awareness of the complexities of such a return to the workplace.
Automating complex manual processes in finance and HR has freed resources to support strategic growth, writes Jobvite's Amy Shives
Experience4U - how Guildford Borough Council went from too many systems and not enough money to integrated ERP and £1.3 million savings
Guildford Borough Council has gone from having multiple siloed systems to one integrated replacement based on Unit4's ERP platform.
Three projects introduced to support marginalised communities around the world demonstrate just how powerful a technology blockchain can be in enabling quick, secure and private transactions that transform people’s lives for the better.
Automation will change the role of the manager by providing support in areas such as recruitment and pay awards, according to Gartner
Enterprises crave personalized data, but protecting privacy is non-negotiable. Anonymizing the data brings limitations. Can differential privacy help?
Sage Intacct Advantage is about to kickoff - and there's already plenty of news to digest. Here's a roundup of the big takeaways from the recent Sage Analyst event.
Aiaz Kazi has a long history in the enterprise technology industry. His current challenge is scaling open banking platforms at Santander.
Agile technologies that deliver the 'art of the possible' in supply chain planning offer a fresh alternative to ERP upgrades for today's challenges, writes Noodle.ai's Gail Moody-Byrd
Enterprise hits and misses - bring on the humanizing work debate, as Apple's new iPhone brings the 5G circus to town
This week - has COVID forced a necessary humanization of work? The debate is joined. Remote work versus "back to work" employers continues on - right into the whiffs section. As does Apple's new "5G" iPhone - which comes with a major asterisk, at least in the U.S.