Peter Maithel of Infor discusses how supply chain visibility, data insights and other technologies can help automotive manufacturers and suppliers effectively deal with the worldwide chip shortage, which has been hobbling the industry.
An interview with spend management vendor Coupa's CIO on the importance of the long view in IT strategy and the need for political skills as well as tech
Rimini Street continues its organizational transition in pursuit of its billion dollar ambitions.
Do cloud ERP vendors have a supply chain analytics edge? Steve Miranda makes the Oracle Fusion Analytics case
The news on deck? Oracle Fusion Analytics for Supply Chain Management. But how do customers evaluate ERP-based vendors, versus pure-play analytics? External data sources are a must-have, and conversational UIs are in play. Steve Miranda gave me Oracle's position.
Supply chain practitioners speaking at recent Kinaxis virtual events emphasized the importance of connecting data and processes across silos - more proof points for Frictionless Enterprise.
Over the years ServiceNow has shifted and adapted, as buyers grew aware of the platform’s capabilities. And now CEO Bill McDermott tells us about what could be perceived as a new era for the company.
What should CFOs be doing these days? Their plates are actually quite full, but change waits for no one. Here are the top five CFO priorities for those wanting to deliver great value to their shareholders.
As enterprise applications continue to grow and evolve, how do CIOs ensure their support models are able to keep up with business demand? Pat Phelan of Rimini Street offers three ways that unified software services can help.
How Mob Scene went from a pandemic low point towards the continuous close - a Hollywood type of finance story via Sage Intacct
I'm always in for a finance transformation story, and the Sage Intacct analyst day brought a stand out. Mob Scene's financial transformation reads like the movie productions they market. Bet your career on cloud finance? Here's how Brett Abbey and team pulled it off.
In the run-up to the vendor's X4U annual event, I asked Mike Ettling, Unit4 CEO, why he believes midmarket organizations need a different kind of ERP
While many vendors have opined as to the future of work and ERP, NetSuite, last week, showed a lot of new capabilities that could move their customers closer to a very different ERP consciousness.
Zoho didn’t just enhance its upmarket Zoho One suite – it used advanced technology to redefine what software buyers should expect from an ERP suite. Zoho calls it a business operating system – I call it a step change in the ERP market.
While not every software customer will grow, it was interesting to hear from so many NetSuite customers and their growth stories. But, there’s more to this as many are using a lot of data beyond that processed by a traditional ERP. Here’s a look at this phenomenon.