With experience management in focus at this year's Sapphire, SAP outlines how it aims to change the partner experience
On the eve of a critically important SAPPHIRENow event, I asked some of SAP's most respected - and opinionated - community leaders to give their views on what SAP needs to accomplish this week, and beyond. The role of ASUG is also addressed.
It's taken years of fighting but SAP has finally given into user group pressure on the thorny topic of indirect access. But it's not pleasing everyone.
In honor of US National Small Business Week, Infor's Nick Castellina salutes the hard-working entrepreneurs in small to mid-sized businesses who propel the economy
Profitability matters in cloud ERP - Tandem HR's journey towards business insights with Sage Intacct
Profitability is what we’re all after, but it’s not going to land in our laps. Finance teams have to change. Here’s what I learned about profitability measurement from Tandem HR’s standout presentation at Sage Intacct’s last user event.
Our system of financial valuation ignores the valuable traits such as culture, loyalty and passion that define a business, writes Zoho CEO Sridhar Vembu
A work-in-progress, but Zoho's European ambitions are taking place.
Elliott Management is the world's most successful activist investment firm, taking down pretty much all who come across its path. SAP is its latest target but there are bigger issues at stake.
SAP earnings Q1 2019 - accounting for Qualtrics and restructuring, as an activist investor takes a stake
SAP's Q1 2019 earnings report was packed with upbeat numbers, but some loaded news came with it, including the separate announcement of an activist investor, and a continued "operational overhaul." Here's my pre-Sapphire Now review.
At its annual summit for industry analysts, Workday executives set out how AI and machine learning will change enterprise application architectures
Zoho's ways can be mysterious, but their growth is undeniable. At Zoholics 2019, talks with CEO Sridhar Vembu cast a new light on Zoho's ambitions - including that pesky "are you an ERP vendor?" question, and a future... beyond software?
Enterprise hits and misses - executive shakeups jolt the enterprise and cloud BI earns its relevance
This week - executive movement shakes up the enterprise, but what comes next? Also: cloud BI makes adoption gains, and is the term RPA dead? Your whiffs include Air Pod awkwardness and Twitter's burning ambitions.
SAP UK & Ireland User Group launches a vendor partner portal. All good? It's a decent first pass but there's much more that could be done,.