At the UK pub and restaurant chain, AI-driven application performance management is serving up information on digital services to create better customer experiences.
At its Perform Summit event in Barcelona, the application performance management provider has introduced new capabilities for getting more insight into how highly containerized Kubernetes environments are performing.
The family-owned UK construction and engineering company is using a cloud-based recruitment platform based on behavioural science to shortlist job candidates for interview.
The management consultancy firm has developed a healthcare product based on Amazon Alexa and ServiceNow that reimagines the hospital bedside call button for the digital age
The France-based waste and water giant has deployed ServiceNow Applications Portfolio Management, to better identify digital project priorities
To deliver on the CIO’s mission of ‘invisible IT’, the microprocessor tech giant has reduced the time and cost associated with implementing the latest ServiceNow features
Restaurant chain orders replacement for an elderly Lotus Notes/Domino platform, so it can keep feeding franchisees a steady diet of modern features and functions
Pietro Galli has built a cloud-first infrastructure that will enable his team to focus their time and energies on delivering digital experiences for beneficiaries.
Working with Accenture, the company moved 200 servers and a sizeable application footprint to the Amazon Web Services cloud in just four months.
At the Dublin-based contract research organization, CIO Tom O’Leary looks forward to using technology to make trials of life-changing and lifesaving drugs less burdensome to patients
The UK-based manufacturer of static holiday homes and lodges has selected Infor CloudSuite Industrial as a platform for product customisation and future growth.
Two years after he appeared on stage at SuiteWorld, Nick Thomas describes how NetSuite’s platform underpins an entirely new customer experience for small and midsize UK building firms.
Texas-based non-profit uses technology from Smooch to get difficult conversations started with pregnant teens in ways that feel familiar and comfortable to them.