A co-innovation use case from Melia and Oracle could change the nature of the vacation, says Oracle's Neil Sholay.
Building an external team that’s driven by the customer’s need, compounding from the complementary strengths of the partners, is a new leadership opportunity, says Salesforce's Peter Coffee
Sanders Candy reveals its 3-part recipe for maintaining quality and food safety, working with technology, people and regulators, as Chris Bishop of Plex explains
It's only 18 months until 2020 - time to get on the front foot to meet your digital transformation goals, says Salesforce's Tony Colon.
Most companies still have a divide between business users and developers. Is that why so few cloud ERP shows have hackathons? Acumatica platform evangelist Mark Franks shares how to energize developers and bring business users into the mix - from hackathons to online engagement.
Intelligent prediction promises to transform the future of parts inventory in field service, writes Joe Kenny of ServiceMax from GE Digital
Leaders who embrace the right technology are better equipped to anticipate and predict what comes next, argues Oracle's Mark Newton.
Yes, quality audits can help manufacturers stay customer-driven – and even change sales and marketing
Audit is a loaded term, but as Louis Columbus of IQMS explains, it's time to take another look. Internal audits are a powerful tool for quality - and quality is the new marketing. Here's how an IQMS customer is using internal audits to earn a whole new level of customer trust.
A recent CHRO study shows the changing role of aspiring HR leaders as businesses transform for the digital era. ServiceNow's Stanislava Stoyanova explains
The new ASC 606 standard for revenue recognition will change how services companies book revenues. Unit4 CFO Gordon Stuart outlines five steps to compliance
Lessons in the art of unseeing - visionary thinking from Salesforce’s Peter Coffee.
Think you’re on top of digital transformation? Try explaining it to someone else, suggests Salesforce’s Tony Colon.
Now that GDPR is in force, a new business culture of data protection by design and by default must take hold. Unit4's René Bentvelzen explains how to make it happen