Artificial intelligence brings automation and insight, but the CFO’s role as strategist, operator, catalyst and steward cannot be done by machines writes Unit4’s Matthias Thurner
Convincing your oil and gas organization to go cloud isn’t always easy. OFSi’s IT manager told me how he made the move to Acumatica – and how he used dashboards to get buy-in. Next up: connected manufacturing and robotic arms.
QuickBooks is using its balance sheet to test small business lending based on its ability to analyze and predict SMB accounts. The results are interesting.
Multi-channel, multi-brand customers spend up to ten times more than single channel, single brand ones, so understanding how to influence them is crucial at The GAP.
Just implementing technology is rarely enough to make a real digital transformation; you need to look at implementing new cultural and organizational norms, says Salesforce’s Tony Colon.
Workday earnings for Q4 FY 2018 beat estimates as cloud financials does well, while Wall St frets over a metric with little relevance in a SaaS business
QuickBooks online makes progress in supporting professional accountants in the UK.
Ansell is over 100 years old and sells protection solutions to companies all the world over. It had to turn to MariaDB to ensure business continuity.
Concurrent planning might sound like a fancy luxury. But when you get hit with real world situations, connectivity matters. Here’s what I learned from Trevor Miles of Kinaxis about supply chain transformation.
SAP HANA adoption is clearly on the move but as always and despite better optics into TCO/ROI, concerns remain.
Headhuntr.io discusses how it puts Nimble’s ability to consume social data at the center of its sales prospecting activities.
Application performance management tools are helping online food delivery service Just Eat stay alert to any infrastructure issues that could leave customers hungry.
When you’re a top London tourist attraction as well as a store, doing online retailing right becomes a significant challenge.