Startup Utmost, which just raised a $21 million funding round, aims to give Workday customers better oversight of their fast-growing extended workforce
We've heard enough marketing fanfare on SAP RISE - time to bear down on the customer use cases. Here's why the team at Electric Last Mile opted for SAP RISE on Microsoft Azure, and what lies ahead for this automotive industry upstart.
Manufacturing is going through a sea change of reducing landfill and reusing raw materials. Michael Ouissi shares in-the-trenches insights from an IFS customer and analysts on why manufacturers will evolve to master new business and logistical disciplines for the circular economy.
Companies had to move away from the rigid old-school planning models during the pandemic, but how do you plan for the 'what if' scenarios? Sage's Laura Wiler shares practical examples for Sage Intacct.
Speaking ahead of PegaWorld iNspire this week, Pega CEO Alan Trefler outlines the company’s platform ambitions as it reaches $1 billion in annual revenue.
Bryan Nella, Senior Director of Financial Supply Chain Management at Infor, explains how rising costs across global supply chains can be tackled by digitally connecting buyers, suppliers and service providers.
Whether your company is at the stage of survive, stabilize or thrive, IT investment decisions shouldn't be made lightly. Sebastian Grady of Rimini Street shares five key questions to consider before making a final choice.
Mapping out Halfords digital transformation road trip - a lengthy journey through e-commerce, data integration, cloud telephony and ERP
Halfords has been engaged on a long-running digital transformation program that takes in Salesforce, SAP, 8x8 and Microsoft.
A new survey of CFO thinking on IT investment choices reveals the financial and technological backdrop to decisions whether to migrate ERP to the cloud or leave it where it is
Enterprise hits and misses - AI confronts its project barriers, ERP gets buried, and IBM pulls an earnings surprise
This week - AI's project barriers come into focus - including the skills gap. ERP gets a burial, and an identity expert critiques WHO's vaccine verification model. IBM surprises, and quantum computing gets real. Your whiffs include fireside chats, and: I call a whiff on myself.
RIP ERP says Workday as it reveals its vision of data-driven apps and explains how a new finance solution is helping to prise open new opportunities in manufacturing
A strong Q1 that affirms SAP's strategic direction is correct, according to Klein.
Giving staff a suit of digital armor is one of the objectives of Mars use of Salesforce's Tableau data analytics offering.