Now and again, a confluence of things I am reading and things I've heard sparks off thinking about the wider issues of technology use and adoption. This weekend provided that spark.
The pursuit of truly modern ERP keeps plenty of vendors up at night. But there are many flavors of modern to consider. IFS thinks it has right mix of ERP, field service, and enterprise asset management - but does it add up to operational IoT? Here's my review.
Once in a while I attend a truly stand out event HfS Fora UK was one. Content rich and in fabulous surroundings, the quality of conversation was exceptional.
If you find yourself in the passenger seat of an autonomous vehicle in the next few years, you can likely give a lot of the credit to a 23-year college dropout named Austin Russell.
When you want meatballs, but all you have is mince - H&M’s omni-channel struggles continue.
Enterprise hits and misses - Intel confronts itself; robots come as a service while humans reconfigure
This week - Intel faces a leadership challenge while the business model gets a grilling. Fresh robotics use cases bring you robots as a service (RaaS?). A new report advises humans on their higher skills ground. Plus: your whiffs include a system outage that has me scratching a satirical itch.
Data analytics at the heart of business model renewal, digital transformation? Well yes - but it's only part of the story.
At CommLive18, FinancialForce launches PSA analytics and financials reporting powered by Salesforce Einstein analytics, but says AI may have to come from elsewhere
Making robots more accessible and affordable can help companies struggling to keep up with demand for e-commerce fulfillment.
FedEx’s Ted Dengel outlines some of the key challenges that greater automation will help the deliveries giant to tackle.