Oracle's Q2 numbers disappointed Wall Street at the end of a year that's had its patches of turbulence.
Taking the self-driving enterprise for a spin - Aera CEO Fred Laluyaux on learning from users, building a category and not being Siebel
It's been two years of building technology, proving value and learning lessons en route; now it's time to scale up the noise level.
What can enterprises learn about tapping into data from the Manager of the England football team? Quite a bit, it seems.
Lands End looks to have taken a data-driven step back from the edge of the cliff, but is it really on solid ground at last?
Moving past the 'growing pains' of 2019 - Zuora CEO Tien Tzuo talks customer diversity, product integration and platform take-up
2019 has seen some execution challenges for Zuora as its customer footprint grows in breadth and size.
Amazon's re:Invent conference has been in Las Vegas this week with a series of major announcements.
Salesforce's Q3 numbers show strong revenue growth, but a slip into the red on the back of acquisition activity.
There is a misconception that AI projects are for companies with deep pockets and a team of data scientists. As Sage Intacct's Dan Miller explains, mid-market companies have an opportunity to put today's AI tools to work - or risk falling behind.
Facial recognition technology has an ominous reputation - and for good reason. But are there beneficial applications? Athena Security and D-ID believe the answer is yes. Here's my take on our recent discussions.
CIO Steve Weston explains why the company switched from a trusted tool to Google’s Cloud Talent Solution
Salesforce set out to bring customer success delivery under one roof just over a year ago. Some 15 months on, the concept has evolved and there are working examples on the table that can be cited.
Gartner reckons that in a couple of years from now, enterprises will spend more on chatbot creation than traditional mobile app development. Some tips on how to spend that money well...
Lowe's e-commerce capabilities were well-behind most of the retail sector and that's going to take time to fix, says CEO Marvin Ellison.
Home Depot's digital makeover never lacked ambition or scale, so some slippage to delivery is hardly surprising.