Oracle’s announced some changes that give software buyers a new choice: a solution that provides the automated upgrades and performance updates that public cloud apps possess but on private cloud environments. While it mostly appeals to large enterprises, it is precisely those prospective customers that public cloud apps providers want to retain.
Inforum 2020 - cloud adoption is just the beginning. Tracking the burning questions with Infor's CTO
With Inforum 2020 in high gear, we picked up specifics on CloudSuite adoption. My chat with Infor CTO Soma Somasundaram went behind those numbers. I close out with the burning questions worth tracking.
We speak with Infor’s Head of International Markets, Cormac Watters, about what the enterprise cloud vendor is seeing from buyers in the wake of COVID-19.
Online homeware retailer Cox & Cox replatformed in 2017 with NetSuite and Magento, allowing it to easily accommodate future growth.
Oracle came out of Q1 with growth back on track and a confident Larry Ellison on upbeat form.
How Penn State University modernized with SAP S/4HANA - and managed a remote go-live of a milestone project
The pandemic has disrupted plenty of IT initiatives. During an in-depth interview, Penn State University's David Gray explained why this S/4HANA project was fundamental to the university's future - and how the entire project team stepped up.
Why Coupa CEO Rob Bernshteyn's B2B community intelligence concept may struggle to expand beyond spend
My interview with Coupa CEO Rob Bernshteyn about his new book Smarter Together and the future prospects for Community Intelligence
A new book by Coupa CEO Rob Bernshteyn maps out how businesses can benchmark performance and opportunity by pooling community intelligence
Vodafone's global procurement chief tells us how going digital on a 'best-of-suite' platform has opened up visibility across spend and supply chain management
The market didn't like Zuora's Q2 numbers as the company continues to focus in on the leading sectors of the subscription economy
Times of uncertainty require companies to be agile so they can shift plans and operations as conditions change, writes Workday's Kshitij Dayal