Aera raises $80m and reveals big brand endorsements for its intelligent automation platform to speed large-scale supply chain demand planning
The debate about digital transformation hype matters. Customers need to see through the vendor hyperbole - and determine the best response. Time to share road lessons - and more data from Brian Solis.
As Americans celebrate the country's Declaration of Independence, Rimini Street's David Rowe sets out some revolutionary thinking for enterprise IT buyers
Content marketing is a 'must do', but it's not as straightforward as some organizations might believe it to be.
Accenture's interim CEO drills down on what makes Accenture Technology so important to future growth potential.
Coupa Inspire 2019 - World Vision Canada on the art of modernizing procurement - and their views on Coupa Pay
Coupa Inspire day two found me digging into Coupa Pay and Community Intelligence. No better way to do that than on the show floor, where Coupa customer World Vision Canada shared the art of a successful procurement project.
Three interconnected trends join forces to shape business transformation - XaaS, digital teamwork and frictionless enterprise
Reducing friction, multi-cloud, boosting productivity and the future of work - 2019’s themes for the digital enterprise
Off the back of a number of events in Q2 2019, Derek du Preez shares his lessons learned on what vendors and customers see as the future challenges in the digital enterprise.
The European Commission's independent AI policy group has added meat to the bones of its earlier work, but there's still a lot in flux.
Coupa has big ambitions for Business Spend Management. As a functional suite? Sure. But as a driver for transformational change? For a gut check, I went to Coupa customers for their views.
We're learning that artificial intelligence is good at some things but there are plenty of roles where people still excel, writes ServiceNow's Chris Pope
Moving beyond the basics of security, continuous authentication shows promise in the fight against cybercrime