Effective collaboration is foundation for digital transformation but where's the playbook for digital teamwork? Atlassian just moved us closer to finding it
Digital transformation requires a new kind of partner. As SAP's Tony Evans writes, you need a partner that can help you think differently about data - and challenge industry assumptions.
For a prognosis of Wipro's Appirio acquisition , we check out Wipro Digital's progress after acquiring Designit last year and its approach to transformation
It's been a long time a-coming but I think we have finally got the bones of what an SAP S/4 HANA business case ought to look like. Here it is, along with some numbers.
Services partners focused only on large enterprise may be taking a digital risk. As SAP's Rodolpho Cardenuto explains, they're missing out on a market segment that represents 95 percent of all businesses.
Digging deeper into the data, I find that median revenue in the ride sharing gig economy fell in 2014. Drawing conclusions is difficult and tentative.
Is healthcare the next vertical to get the wholesale replacement treatment? Not any time soon but it urgently needs some Rx.
SAP's Tony Evans draws on his team's field work to identify the factors that lead to digital success. Evans doesn't mince words about the resistance digital transformation will face.
Adjacent innovation explains how unlikely connections are helping to unearth unprecedented discoveries and inventions, writes Infor's Christina Van Houten
Building on the Salesforce software-as-a-service platform has helped ServiceMax transform the role of field service, writes co-founder Athani Krishnaprasad
Barb Mosher Zinck issues a corrective: we don't need data; we need connected data. She makes her case with two scenarios. One involves breaking down data silos for a "360" view of the customer. The other addresses the thorniest of marketing analytics problems - lead attribution. In each case, we have real world examples to consider.