Customers face difficult decisions around when, how and even if, to move their SAP landscapes to a cloud infrastructure. Here are some of the top-line challenges I see in customer sites.
2021 may look a little different, but a single source of truth lays the groundwork for scenario planning success. NetSuite's Nicky Tozer offers four tips for businesses ahead of the new year
A fast-paced Q&A accompanied what for me was a very late night session devoted to developers interested in building extensions to SAP landscapes using components in the SAP Cloud Platform.
Coupa tops off 2020 with strong Q3 revenue growth, customer wins and that important supply chain acquisition
Spend management specialist Coupa has had a solid calendar year against a pandemic backdrop that's made keeping on top of spending an even more critical requirement for businesses.
Is it possible to eradicate product recalls and remove waste in the manufacturing supply chain? Anurag Garg of Plex Systems talks through the steps to proactively prevent recalls
How FoodMaven impacted the pandemic food supply chain by reducing food waste - an Acumatica use case
The pandemic brought a disconcerting dose of food supply uncertainty. FoodMaven found itself right in the middle of that - trying to keep food supplies from the landfill via their supplier marketplace. Here's their story.
Zuora CEO Tien Tzuo - why the subscription model shift renders ideas of front and back office out of date
Churn on the decline, losses cut, revenues growing and customers getting bigger - a solid end to 2020 for Zuora.
Nine months into the COVID-19 pandemic offers us an opportunity to examine what has happened in industries like food, beauty, and chemicals. Here is Noodle.ai's unique perspective.
An analysis of how Salesforce's acqiusition of Slack changes the way in which we can look at Frictionless Enterprise.
Flying blind isn't an option for companies, writes Joe Thomas of FinancialForce - instead, use data analysis to reallocate resources and navigate turbulence
Modernizing a tax-season fixture - Intuit migrates TurboTax to Kubernetes and lives to tell the tale
Intuit's experience migrating TurboTax and related services to Kubernetes in time for the 2020 tax season makes for an excellent use study in cloud infrastructure engineering.
As organizations remodel processes to meet the needs of users in every location, role and function, Unit4 CEO Mike Ettling asks, is your enterprise tech right for your people?