A solid Q3 for SAP with an expanded Microsoft tie-up powering cloud growth.
As car ownership becomes more costly and climate concerns make it less appealing, Octo Telematics is using Zuora to enable another approach.
Flexera executive survey - changes in technology spending reflect strategic priorities, preference for managed services
The Flexera IT spending survey highlights some altered priorities taking shape.
A surprise call with outgoing SAP CEO Bill McDermott and incoming co-CEOs Jen Morgan and Christian Klein shook up my weekend. Here's what I learned, along with a user group view from ASUG CEO Geoff Scott.
Machine learning takes center stage at Workday Rising 2019 as the finance and HCM vendor unveils automation tools for a changing world
TechEd 2019 had a very different feel from previous years. In my mind it represented a prequel to a reboot.
We’ve covered Zuora and the rise of the Subscription Economy model for many years at diginomica. But when the firm’s Subscribed conference touched down in London recently, contributing editor Martin Banks had his first encounter with the firm. Skepticism gave way to conversion…
From IFS World 2019, a novel example at Cheer Pack of robots on the factory floor, controlled by an ERP system, where no one lost their job
Getting ahead of the compliance curve is an attractive proposition for auditors. But can robotics process automation play a role? Kent Bettisworth says yes - but as I learned at Controlling 2019, there are major caveats.
To no-one in particular's surprise, Bill McDermott is stepping down as CEO at SAP as the company returns to the tried and tested co-CEO model.
To live up to technology's promise for the modern enterprise, ERP software must become easier to deploy with faster time to value writes Infor's Mayumi Hiramatsu
At Controlling 2019, keynote speaker Barb Rojas of the Discovery Channel put an interesting twist on IT/business alignment. How do you impose governance on business users, without stifling their cloud pursuits? After the keynote, our podcast took the conversation further.