I have been fortunate to see both ends of the cloud enterprise applications markets. The stand out players have much more in common than you'd imagine.
Xerocon, now in its fifth year in the UK attracted 2,000 people. That's quite the crowd. Xero had plenty to say, all of which point to a bright future.
Turns out modern ERP plays a key role in digital change after all. At the Acumatica R2 launch event, fresh customer stories showed what a journey to modern ERP looks like.
Acumatica, now 9 years old, is a cloud ERP teenager on a growth spurt. How are they doing? We got an up close look at the Acumatica 2017 R2 launch event.
Want to get a better handle on your enterprise IT budget? Apptio helps CIOs figure out where the money really goes
These FinancialForce use case videos remind us why automating the back office is only one cloud ERP benefit. Done properly, data visibility can help blur the lines between the transactional and the strategic.
Wearables startup Thync feels good after Zuora helps it switch from product sales to a subscription model for closer customer engagement
The only thing some tech buyers care about is cost. That’s a mistake as long-term changes in vendor company ownership and/or management can be disconcerting and expensive. What’s a company to do?
Customers are delivering other customers to Workday's door - and that's resulting in growing traction in the Fortune 500 enterprise market.
Cloud ERP projects are not miraculous cure-alls. But looking back on the last year's use cases, I see notable benefits across vendors and projects. I forced myself to pick five.
Sage today acquired Intacct in an announcement that happened late in the day. The price is an eye popping $850 million but that won't stretch Sage. Instead, Sage gets its hands on an important asset for the U.S. markets and beyond.
Workday surprised some of us by recently announcing a mid-market offering. Following a deep dive briefing, Den and Brian offer their perspectives on what this means for both U.S. and European markets.
The purveyors of private cloud are fixated on candle optimization while the Amazons, Azures and Googles are mass producing better and cheaper light bulbs. Which do you think wins?