At its annual IFS World Conference in Boston, IFS positions itself on the side of challenger companies as it announces an FSM acquisition
Reaching out a tentacle on World Octopus Day to find parallels with technology innovations.
Modern ERP isn't about a finish line - it's about embracing a culture of change. IFS Chief People and Culture Officer Jane Keith experienced this firsthand during IFS's own internal ERP project. Here's four key takeaways.
CFOs wear many hats these days yet they remain prudent about technology investment decisions says Brainyard, an Oracle NetSuite research unit.
If we face a global recession, finance will be in the hot seat. But there's a silver lining for those ready to seize the opportunity, writes Bill Peterson of Host Analytics
Hitachi Rail has transformed its SAP ECC 6.0 implementation from a system that nobody wants to use, to one in demand from the business. Thanks to Neptune Software.
In the final part of this post-OpenWorld Oracle assessment, a to-do list for Larry Ellison and team to win more ground in the ERP wars.
A blow-by-blow competitive assessment of Oracle v the rest of the ERP world in the wake of last week's OpenWorld conference.
If you send Brian to a monster show like Oracle OpenWorld, he’ll cover it and in detail. This 3-part series of articles outlines the considerable effort Oracle has put into building a deeply competitive ERP suite that marks a signal change in the ERP competitive landscape and promises trouble for some of Oracle’s competitors.
Behind the Inforum 2019 GA announcement of the Coleman AI platform lies an intriguing data science debate: will customers embrace self-service data science? Here's my look into how Infor weighed this out internally, and what they decided.