The digital imperative of the pandemic has given even more momentum to ABM. But can ABM shift martech from best-of-breed to platform? I asked the CEO of Terminus for his take.
Our back office and cloud apps are not aligned. Middleware hasn't solved this problem - but an API architecture can
Aligning back office IT with cloud apps calls for a new, API-driven approach. Neptune Software's Matthias Steiner shares lessons from projects that broke out out of their ERP application silos.
'What if...' scenarios are a big part of the new reality for all CFOs, says NetSuite's Rami Ali.
COVID-19 may have accelerated digital transformation in healthcare, but will it be a permanent shift?
Has the COVID crisis powered up digital transformation in the healthcare sector in the same way it has in other industries? And if so, how do we make it stick?
Fitbit put its users first when it decided to shift its entire application to Google Cloud Platform. We learn how the healthcare data and wearables company did it.
Can we find a business model for virtual events? Presence Summit provided some big clues - starting with exceptional interactivity
I keep hearing that virtual events don't have a viable business model. Perhaps - if your virtual event stinks, you certainly can't charge for it. But the Presence Summit gave me a glimpse of a different future for virtual events.
In the face of the lingering pandemic, the key to success-even survival-for many businesses is the ability to quickly respond and adapt to new opportunities.
COVID-19 has highlighted the importance of using data to tackle the pandemic crisis, but are personal consumer protections getting in the way here?
New research from Microsoft finds that not only is there a higher failure rate in AI projects in the UK, but employees don’t feel prepared for the advent of AI.
Sales enablement is changing - the prospect has changed the terms of engagement. Russell Wurth of Showpad gave me his take on how to deliver the sales experience today's customers need. Is sales operations emerging?
Oracle's Clay Magouyrk outlines the four key factors that companies need to consider when thinking about cloud economics - price, data, speed and location.
With the possibility of serious negative consequences springing directly from AI projects, there needs to be more focus and discussion around ensuring ethical standards are upheld.
One of the UK’s most recognisable furniture brands, DFS has embarked on a culture change programme to improve collaboration with G Suite.