At SuiteConnect West, part of last week’s Oracle OpenWorld event, NetSuite CEO Evan Goldberg described how supporting growing customers means growing its own product, too.
Political grandstanding from the UK finance minister as the British pick a fight with the US tech sector.
Companies that need to sell `X’ but don’t have the expertise or desire to work out what that task takes as cloud resources may find the approach of Alibaba a welcome alternative
At Sage Intacct Advantage 2018, I heard a radical vision of Financial Leadership 3.0. So how will Sage Intacct help customers get there? How does AI factor in? And how does Sage's acquisition of Intacct look now? Robert Reid is on deck.
Iconic British brand Triumph Motorcycles revs up digital transformation and customer engagement with an Infor roll-out across manufacturing ERP, CRM and HCM
SAP TechEd Barcelona answered many outstanding questions about the direction SAP is going and the part developers have to play.
Döhler's storied history does not prevent it from moving forward at web speed as it transitions to becoming a digital business in the supply of foodstuffs. Here's how.
Digital and delivery are growth accelerators, but that growth has a high cost when it comes to investment.
Will Oracle evolve to become more like Salesforce than AWS? Kurt Marko thinks so.
Brands take influencer marketing seriously, but the ROI is uncertain. Celebrity endorsements may not have the traction we think - especially when fake followers are factored in. Takumi thinks it has found a better way.
SAP's blockchain is taking an overhyped concept and making it a practical reality for its customers. The example discussed here deals with an important regulatory issue in pharmaceuticals.
In the latest “Jon feels the road burn” version of hits and misses, he picks the highlights from the week’s biggest shows, the best of the enterprise web, and, as always – your weekly whiffs.