The UK-based non-profit has put Salesforce’s Interaction Studio to work on delivering relevant information to patients and their families at every stage of their cancer journeys.
Twitter crashed on Wall Street after Q3 numbers spectacularly missed expectations.
The days of rolling out a software solution just once and then leaving it alone are over - the real value is realized from ongoing change, writes Michael Ouissi of IFS
CEO Mike Ettling briefs us on Unit4's new people experience branding as it doubles down on targeting user experience in people industries
Enterprise developers often work far removed from the people who use their software, and must get closer to real-world user experience, writes MongoDB's Dominic Wellington
SAP user groups to SAP's new CEOs - let's partner on integration, S/4HANA adoption, and cloud harmonization
We've weighed in on SAP's leadership changes, but what do SAP user groups think? Views from ASUG, DSAG, and UKISUG bring out common issues for SAP's new co-CEOs to take up.
In an exclusive interview, former SITA technology lead Greg Ouillon, now EMEA Field CTO at New Relic, describes four dimensions of its customers' digital journeys
Digital retailer ASOS has had the worse year of its life so far, but CEO Nick Beighton reckons that the pain of 2019 can be put away.
Chief Data Officer Lee Raybould says firms that want to turn information into insight must receive backing from the board.
Object storage tech is preserving digital assets for future generations.
Wistia is focused on a new way of thinking about brand marketing and introduced some updates to its video marketing platform to support it, while a new podcast platform from Casted wants marketers to do more with their podcasts.
The quest for a halfway decent mobile event app is fraught with the peril of time wasted. But at Controlling 2019, attendees embraced an event app in a way I've never seen before. It made a difference.
Omni-channel retail needs APIs to deliver a sought-after customer experience that leaves cash registers in the past, argues Mulesoft's Paul Crerand.
Once upon a time there was a content marketing platform called Fabl...did they all live happily ever after?