Predicting weather is big business but... predicting food trends? That's where Allrecipes.com is headed. I learned how BI feeds into Allrecipes' data-driven culture at Tableau Conference 2017.
Accuride provides an interesting insight into the present and future of cloud based landscapes. Here is what one customer is doing and why it is important.
Delivering vital healthcare services to those facing substance abuse and mental health issues is a matter of urgency that digital technologies can address.
Snow is serious business for the D.C. Department of Transportation, exposing the limits of static reporting. But as MeghanMarie Fowler-Finn explained at Tableau conference, they are doing something about it - with dashboards.
Scott Owen Mason, COO IT and head of IT operations at Novartis, spoke at ServiceNow’s annual customer event in London this week.
Pickford is a storied UK brand of removers that has adopted modern technology to refresh its service offering. It is very attractive.
In his Oracle Openworld keynote, Mark Hurd talked rightly about carrots and sticks - but more about sticks. I think there is greater opportunity by considering the carrots.
GE Digital at OOW17 explains how it accelerated Fusion integration to legacy ERP from 12 months to less than 2 months and saved $350,000 with Oracle ICS
Testing and certification provider NSF assesses the learnings and outcomes of its recent move from EBS to Oracle Cloud HCM at OOW17
During a Chinese e-commerce workshop at Shop.org 2017, I got a firsthand view of an e-commerce launch in China. The story told by Revolve and Lime Crime has lessons that go well beyond China.
No brand would object to generating more user-generated content - but it's not that easy. At Shop.org 2017, Carhartt shared how they upped their UGC game, and why it matters.
NIKE's Connected Jersey for NBA fans is only part of the wider digital transformation journey for the retailer.
The German arm of Sky TV is moving away from its legacy MySQL environment to Couchbase in a bid to get a 360 view of the customer.