DataStax and Deloitte have partnered to create Opioid360, a tool that uses de-identified data to help healthcare providers intervene with individuals that are at a high risk of opioid addiction.
iTelligence put on another good show with customers talking about their experience in the trenches of S/4 implementations.
New Relic's new offering aims to let customers to see "absolutely everything they need to observe in production".
BMW has seen a big improvement in customer satisfaction by using Qualtrics to enable a more responsive customer experience - but will it save the industry?
OLAP was big once; it still could be.
WW is the new brand, but the customers didn't make the connection with WeightWatchers. Doh!
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.
Prescriptive analytics has my attention. Most users don’t have time to assess data – they need exception alerts and next best actions. Here’s what I’ve learned talking to Profitect customers.
Pietro Galli has built a cloud-first infrastructure that will enable his team to focus their time and energies on delivering digital experiences for beneficiaries.
Huawei sees a role for itself that includes R&D out at the bleeding edge of research and technological development.
Fast growing customer engagement SaaS vendor Freshworks has built a solid reputation amongst an SMB fan base. It’s quickly moving into the enterprise and wants to go after the holy grail of 360 view of the customer.
Companies need to earn back lost trust in order to succeed with personalisation, says Salesforce's Tiffani Bova.
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.