IFS turned in solid numbers and appears poised to break out from the pack of vendors wanting to grab a sizable share of the massive middle market in enterprise software.
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The move to S/4HANA is now well underway but there are plenty of hurdles over which both SAP and its customers need to jump.
WEF 2020 - there is no 'Plan B' if time runs out on a global deal on digital services taxation, admits OECD
The OECD is the last, best hope for a global agreement around a Digital Services Tax, but time is running out fast.
France blinks first against US tariff threats, but UK insists it's still going ahead with its Digital Services Tax
The US Treasury Secretary has warned that unless the UK follows France's lead and calls off its planned Digital Services Tax, there will be consequences to be faced.
Data isn't a sexy topic, but maybe it should be. Data quality, integration and ownership pose big obstacles to the CXO's digital ambitions. ASUG CEO Geoff Scott shares how customers are addressing these issues, in SAP environments and beyond.
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Misconceptions about range anxiety and charging points hold back electric vehicle (EV) adoption - Zero Carbon World is on a mission to change that
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A cloud strategy can accelerate innovation - or hinder it. As Rimini Street's Pat Phelan explains, it all depends on what you move to the cloud, and why
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We spoke to Scout RFP President Stan Garber and GM of Workday Supply Chain Tony Rizzo about what's on the cards now the two companies are one