Data isn't a sexy topic, but maybe it should be. Data quality, integration and ownership pose big obstacles to the CXO's digital ambitions. ASUG CEO Geoff Scott shares how customers are addressing these issues, in SAP environments and beyond.
A cloud-based data warehouse from Snowflake is part of the UK-based photo-printing company’s drive to become a more insight-driven, tech-focused business.
NRF 2020 - customers are generating a gold mine of operational data, and Oracle wants to do something about it
Retailers are reclaiming the power of storefronts. But that's not going to work if they have a data silo problem. Here's what Oracle had to say about these trends at NRF 2020 - and what they're doing about it.
If SaaS companies are serious about customer success, they better learn from Coupa's community intelligence approach
Customer success programs are a red hot topic - and not just for SaaS vendors. But what Coupa is doing with community intelligence pushes the conversation forward. Here's some illustrated use cases on the progress made.
AI-for-AI is gaining attention - but is the capacity for embedding AI for data productivity overlooked? Let's do a gut check on the views of industry experts.
Bed, Bath & Beyond's new CEO has inherited a need for digital investment just to play catch-up on basic omni-channel retail capabilities.
Behind the news - Plex's CEO on why their standalone cloud MES points to a best-of-breed SaaS enterprise
Plex's announcement of a standalone cloud MES took me by surprise. But the news also fuels the resurgence of the best-of-breed enterprise. Plex CEO Bill Berutti fielded my queries.
One of AI's major stumbling blocks is explainability. But can we address AI's black box by evaluating outcomes? One example from the insurance industry pushes this debate forward.
Looking for real world AI infused data to decisions? Look no further than Bozeman, Montana
Tech-for-good news from a data-for-good skeptic - how two Sisense customers use BI to save organs and lives
Even during the holiday season, the feel-good platitudes of the data-for-good movement can be hard to take. But real world stories of companies using BI tools to save lives? That's another matter entirely.
December had an abundance of stories involving executives behaving badly and writers making up lots of new words to add to our tech vocabulary. There were also a lot HR stories, too. Here’s my monthly recap of solid stories you might have missed.