The story of a CEO. The story of a cloud company. And the story of the need for business to embrace the idea that values create value.
Tecpetrol needed to shift away from cumbersome paper-based ways of managing sub-contractors in the field.
Enterprise hits and misses - HR tech gets botified, SAP gets new CEOs, and ERP confronts agility - again
This week - SAP breaks the enterprise web again with a sudden CEO shakeup. HR technology hype shifts to bots - but are the machines ready? Time for ERP vs agile (again), and I get botified as well.
It's time for the annual trip to the HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas. Here are the highlights of this years confab - the good, the bad and utterly indifferent.
Why you should care about ultra-wideband - fine-grained location sensing isn’t just for lost luggage
What is ultra-wideband and why should you care anyway? Spoiler - there's an Apple angle...
Getting ahead of the compliance curve is an attractive proposition for auditors. But can robotics process automation play a role? Kent Bettisworth says yes - but as I learned at Controlling 2019, there are major caveats.
ServiceMax Maximize London - service management as a C-Suite business issue...and a matter of life and death
Service management is now a recurring revenue priority for business which opens up new opportunities for ServiceMax.
The worst person Donald Trump ever met is about to take charge of "a Europe Fit for the Digital Age"
Margrethe Vestager is about to become a lot more powerful and has the US tech sector in her sights.
Omni-channel retail needs APIs to deliver a sought-after customer experience that leaves cash registers in the past, argues Mulesoft's Paul Crerand.
At Controlling 2019, keynote speaker Barb Rojas of the Discovery Channel put an interesting twist on IT/business alignment. How do you impose governance on business users, without stifling their cloud pursuits? After the keynote, our podcast took the conversation further.
AI in manufacturing - a healthy counterpoint to some of the hype and the fear-and-loathing.
Reaching out a tentacle on World Octopus Day to find parallels with technology innovations.
This week - is AI a tool for big tech supremacy, or a democratizing force? Offshoring alarmists get their reckoning, but they weren't wrong about everything. Blockchain gets skewered and Gartner gets quadranted. Your whiffs include my falling out with Alexa.