It's time for PSA to come out of the back office and take its place as a revenue generator, FinancialForce CEO Tod Nielsen tells us
Alexa, can you give me a daily enterprise tech Flash Briefing? "Not exactly, but you may like these podcasts."
Hey enterprise pros - like the idea of a personalized audio briefing? So do I. Alexa's Flash Briefings lack enterprise content, but there's still a nice mix of tech and business updates to be had. Here's some tips for getting started, and a look at my setup.
More agile connections between systems using Boomi integration was key to the transformation program at the French business division of energy giant Engie
Accessibility matters, but so does culture change - lessons from diginomica's workplace diversity coverage
My review of diginomica's workplace diversity coverage brings out issues in accessibility, design, and workplace culture change. Strides in applying tech like AI and ML to expand workplace opportunities is contrasted by persistent inequalities.
Enterprise hits and misses - Ultimate Software goes private, AI adoption gets scrutiny, and leadership gets Scrummy
This week - Can Scrum thinking help leaders navigate uncertain times? Plus: accessibility as a design win for all. AI adoption gets scrutiny, and Ultimate Software goes private as we go to press. And: your whiffs.
CIOs are under pressure to move enterprise IT to the cloud. But that doesn't mean ERP has to go too, writes Pat Phelan from Rimini Street
ASC 606 rules on revenue recognition provide an opportunity to transform your business for the better, writes FinancialForce CFO Gordy Brooks
It's a challenging time for professional services. I caught up with Sean Hoban, CEO of PSA vendor Kimble, to get his perspective on what's ahead
Enterprise hits and misses - the robotic future of work is messy, and Facebook's brand erosion is lucrative
This week - new data on the robotic future of work sparks debate; Facebook's earning surge baffles and befuddles. Plus: humanizing the Internet of Things and vendor-washing cloud ERP upgrades. Your whiffs include the sloppy corporate web.
Revenue growth, customer growth and a narrowed loss bring 2018 to a strong close.
This week - Davos brings the techlash into focus as the WEF shares plans for closing the digital skills gap. Also: big SIs get a reckoning, and the open source enterprise debate roils on. Your whiffs include emotional support alligators.
Let's take the skills shortage as read; so what are we going to do about it? Some answers - and some more questions.
The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting takes its agenda into the area of skilling up the workforce in a digital economy.