Enterprise technology grows wiser and smarter, but customer transformation still needs a human touch in field service, writes Patrice Eberline of ServiceMax
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Could precision medicine be the life-saving technology that improves quality of care? SAP's Greg McStravick explains how healthcare is poised to overcome big data obstacles. He also shares SAP CEO Bill McDermott's story - and how McDermott envisions healthcare change.
Corporate culture matters at a time of fierce competition for talent. Workday's CHRO Ashley Goldsmith offers three tips to put your culture back on track
A quick synthesis of learnings from the previous year and some bold assertions about the trends that will effect Chief Procurement Officers in 2016, from Oracle's Tom Anthony.
Just as Tesla is bringing us smart, self-driving cars, enterprise application vendors are innovating to apply smart, self-driving ERP to our organizations, writes Unit4's Ton Dobbe
When it comes to the next data center upgrade, don’t run the risk of being `risk averse’. That is probably the biggest risk of all. Instead, be risk aware says Venugopal Pai of Nutanix
When evaluating the benefits of HR in the cloud, go beyond the core basics to consider the broader business impact, recommends Infor’s Charles Cagle
Shifting business models from ad hoc emergency response to outcomes-based service is creating a new relationship between the makers of products and consumers.
Global expansion is imperative for many businesses today but legacy ERP can get in the way. NetSuite's Craig Sullivan explains the pain and how to avoid it
SAP's Chief Medical Officer Natalie Lotzmann believes companies need to take more responsibility for employee health, and use big data to do it. Healthy lifestyle benefits also include the corporate bottom line - Lotzmann shares fresh data.