In part one of this miniseries, I set out the scale modeling landscape in broad strokes. In this part I talk to how it works from a commercial perspective.
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.
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.
A new report from Capgemini promises major gains from smart manufacturing – but also major obstacles.
From IFS World 2019, a novel example at Cheer Pack of robots on the factory floor, controlled by an ERP system, where no one lost their job
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.
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.
Practical advice for manufacturers who want to cut through the IIoT hype and address real-life business concerns, by Anurag Garg of Plex Systems
With the launch today of two new industry clouds, Salesforce is looking to expand its presence in manufacturing and consumer packaged goods
JDA CEO Girish Rishi on supply chain management's rise to become a CEO-level agenda item.
Manufacturers shouldn't fear innovation, but there are four steps they must take to avoid falling into pilot purgatory, writes Plex Systems' Anurag Garg
When Scandinavian power generator Vattenfall came to modernize maintenance processes for its wind farms it took an agile approach, writes Neptune Software's Christoph Garms