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The construction industry has a talent problem - can modern software change that? Sage's Dustin Stephens weighs in This article is sponsored by:

Construction and real estate is not an industry for the risk-averse; skilled labor shortages add to the risk factors. But a different type of construction software has emerged. Modernization isn't easy - but are the payoffs real? Here's my discussion with Sage's Dustin Stephens.

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SAP Sapphire 2024 - amidst RISE and Copilots, the S/4HANA public cloud almost stole the show This article is sponsored by:

SAP Sapphire brought the expected Business AI and RISE fanfare. But something happened I wasn't expecting: S/4HANA Cloud Public Edition customers made their case, and did so loudly. Here's the rundown - but would I take back my opening question to SAP?

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Want a quick, insightful way to evaluate software vendors? Here's one This article is sponsored by:

Buying enterprise software is about more than just functions and features. When you take the time to understand a vendor’s real priorities and how these affect specific constituencies, you see some things that will make you pause and possibly reconsider whether this is the vendor for you.

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Enterprise hits and misses - is Return to Office a leadership crisis? Cyber threat talk heats up as event season rolls on This article is sponsored by:

This week - is Return to Office part of a broader leadership crisis, or is it a passive-aggressive layoff tactic? Cybersecurity threats sharpen the security discussion, but as our event roundups show, AI is still the hype magnet. Plus: your weekly whiffs.

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SAP Sapphire 2024 - why does SAP plan to acquire WalkMe? An early unvarnished take This article is sponsored by:

SAP had a few rabbits up its sleeve at Sapphire 2024. In particular, the surprise announcement of an agreement to acquire WalkMe shook things up. On the ground in Orlando, I had the chance to ask SAP leadership my burning questions - here's a first take.

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CMOs - want to reach peak financial performance all year round? Then partner with finance! This article is sponsored by: Planful logo

CMOs can fall into the insular distractions of juggling a marketing budget. But there is a better way: instead of probing spreadsheets, get a real-time finance view. Planful's Rowan Tonkin shares field stories on how to prove the value of marketing.

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SAP Sapphire 2024 hot topic preview - getting real about RISE, cloud, and innovation with SAP's Jan Gilg This article is sponsored by:

SAP Sapphire is about to kick off - and AI is surely on the keynote menu. But for many SAP ERP customers, the know-how (and business case) for S/4HANA migrations is a huge topic; welcome to the RISE and cloud innovation debate. In this diginomica exclusive, SAP's Jan Gilg shares candid views on SAP's cloud evolution - and where we go from here.

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Enterprise hits and misses - NVIDIA rides high on AI, but retailers have the macro-blues. The ROI of gen AI heats up, and sustainability simmers This article is sponsored by:

This week - NVIDIA rolls on, but for retailers, the ride is bumpier. Do generative AI projects reduce work? It's complicated. OpenAI had a rough week, but should enterprises care? And: sustainability is still a factor. Plus: epic event whiff.

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