Australian customers are not happy with the direction SAP is taking and it shows.
The need for speed - how Target is meeting the 'same-day' expectations of omni-channel retail customers
Target's Drive Up service is one of a number of services built around the consumer push for same-day fulfillment.
The Japanese sportswear brand is looking to analytics to get full value from its Runkeeper purchase, by selling physical products to digitally enabled customers.
Business rewards provider Tango Card has been automating finance and other back-office processes to speed results and improve customer experience
Detaching search from the physical world - why a deal with Campbell's matters so much to Yext CEO Howard Lerman
A first signing with a CPG firm with no physical location marks a new phase for Yext's expansion.
Gen Z may be digitally-native and always connected, but that doesn't mean they don't want to browse the store floor.
Day 2 of VMworld had an air of familiarity about it as VMware follows in Microsoft's footsteps.
Another strong quarter for Salesforce with some global nuances taking shape.
The foundational prep work has been done; now it's time for digital renovation to kick in at DIY retailer Lowe's
Lowe's CEO Marvin Ellison has sanded down the rough surfaces; now it's time to start the real improvement work.
Zoho is proving to be a fascinating force in the enterprise software market - but that doesn't come without challenges. Here's what Brian Sommer and I made out of our last intensive round of Zoho interviews and inquiries.