An engaging conversation about the controversial topic of pricing for enterprise software.
Fresh from Teradata and many years at Cisco, Scott Brown becomes CEO at FinancialForce as Tod Nielsen retires
With agility 'the new currency of business,' finance teams that use modern, continuous, active planning will be better able to survive and thrive even in times of crisis, writes Workday's Kinnari Desai
Sage Intacct Advantage 2020 in review - how partner AcctTwo helps customers track mission-critical metrics with SaaS Intelligence
Sage Intacct Advantage 2020 brought a load of ideas to digest, and, yes - a few buzzwords. One that we must get a handle on: "continuous insight." Here's a look back at the show, with a focus on how Sage Intacct partner AcctTwo helps customers track SaaS metrics in real time.
Many HR and Finance teams forged a closer alliance during the pandemic, working together to create organizational agility through workforce planning. Expect even more collaboration in 2021, writes Planful's CEO Grant Halloran
Today's analyst call will no doubt focus on revenue growth specifics. That's not the direction SAP wants to take but it must address some operational fundamentals and a cloud strategy that at best is half baked.
Upgrading a core ERP system is typically a multi-year project - but an API-centric strategy can advance transformation goals along the way, writes Neptune Software's Matthias Steiner
SAP ended Q3 FY2020 unsurprisngly down on estimates and has pushed out its 2023 ambition to 2025. It's not looking good out there.
Following the acquisition of ConnXus earlier this year, Coupa wants to drive economic growth amongst diverse suppliers.
The use of AI in IT support services is a powerful force, but only if it enhances instead of replacing the human touch argues Rimini Street's Brian Slepko
The pandemic has exposed just how fragile and broken enterprise business processes really are. RPA was supposed to solve that and it didn't. Can low-code/no-code? It's a complex but useful discussion. Buckle up folks.