I've known cloud manufacturing vendor Plex a long time but never visited until a few weeks ago. Here's what I learned about its customer base and cloud MES
Just when you thought the blockchain mania could not possibly get weirder, Cargill has launched a blockchain project that will let some lucky consumers trace their main course’s journey from family farm to family table. Seriously.
In a video interview at Dreamforce, I explain why embedding apps in Quip advances Salesforce in enterprise collaboration and conversational computing
I usually dread the next digital transformation report to land in my inbox. But it's different when I hear from Brian Solis of Altimeter Group. Here's our latest back and forth - with some surprising data to chew on.
How Thomson Reuters legal sped its sales order capture process by a 10x factor using Apttus CPQ automation - Dreamforce 2017 case study
Recent acquisitions, technology advances and other events are triggering a re-examinations of the vendor relationship by channel partners. What are the best partners thinking?
Find out what connected home brand Hive learned about the XaaS model when it repackaged its smart home products into pay-monthly subscription services
Zinc updates its mobile communications platform with new features designed to help neglected deskless workers become better informed and connected
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.
At Tableau Conference 2017, two lucky vendors jumped through my recording hoops for impromptu demos. What caught my eye? BI on Alexa with Tredence and interactive BI on Hadoop with Jethro.
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.
Are the troves of data now available masking long term, sustainably profitable business for short term gain? Examples from baseball, airlines and hotels suggest 'yes.'
SAP indirect access continues to cause angst among customers. The formation of the SAP Licensing Transparency Center is unlikely to help matters significantly