Workday maintains an iron grip over its implementations. That is a direct contributor to customer satisfaction. Aneel Bhusri, CEO Workday expands on this theme.
Are enterprise vendors ready to respond to policymaker oversight? Are policymakers sufficiently knowledgeable about technology to make informed policies? The answer in both cases is 'no.' That's a dangerous mix.
Who will manage the unintended consequences of labor optimization that is aided by machine learning and other forms of artificial intelligence? Workday steers a narrow course.
SAP jumped on the IIoT and blockchain bandwagon in 2017 in big style. But do they really understand what's required to be competitive?
AI is already with us even if we don't know it. The problem is the manner in which it impacts people's lives through the relentless drive to efficiency. Intended or not, change is urgently needed.
The London UK court decision to uphold the earlier decision to treat Uber drivers as workers raises questions about the future of work and contingent labor.
GE is clearly happy with ServiceMax but what of ServiceMax? I caught up with a relaxed Dave Yarnold.
How are things going between GE Digital and ServiceMax a year after GE acquired ServiceMax. Rather well it turns out and with some stand out results, the future looks bright.
Another day, another failed Facebook ad experiment. Are we just lousy at targeting or is B2B advertising a total waste of time on the Facebook platform?
Michael Foale explains the highly successful teamwork and leadership training model used by NASA and ISS. It has clear application in the corporate world.
A focus on change management as central to the transition was the key to success in this extensive Workday implementation.
The UK Minister for Digital is quick to take credit but not so keen on getting a grip on BT.
Getting the most bang for the buck in large ERP landscapes is a must-do item. Read how Jones Packaging improved service levels and freed up cash for innovation with Rimini Street third party maintenance.