By R "Ray" Wang on February 9, 2012
Catch my colleague Yvette Cameron’s point of view here when published. She covers Future of Work for Constellation Research, Inc. Oracle Plays Catch Up With Public Cloud Ambitions On February 9th, Oracle announced its intention to acquire Dublin, CA based Taleo for $1.9B. Taleo is a cloud based talent management software provider with 5000 customers […]
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By David Dobrin on September 17, 2010
Eventually, even the most confident and seemingly unassailable empire can crumble into nothingness. If it can happen to Ozymandias and to American Airlines Flight 25, can it happen to SAP, Oracle, and Lawson?
By Vinnie Mirchandani on July 9, 2010
I was reading Fortune’s 50 smartest people in tech and had to stop and check the cover a couple of times to make sure I had not picked up another of Time’s consumery publications Fortune has for decades faithfully cataloged for us corporate business and its ups and downs through its various 500 listings. But […]
By Brian Sommer on July 9, 2010
Service organizations can have toxic qualities and some of these are indeed changeable. Positive attitudes can be transformative. If your service organization isn’t all it should be, here is a very personal story and a review of a book that can change the business results your firm experiences.
By Jason Busch on June 29, 2010
Image via Wikipedia For all you frequent fliers in the Spend Management audience — I’m sure there are a good many of you — this article from the Chicago Tribune this past weekend is one that you should not miss. In it, the authors describe how American Airlines is attempting to get pilots to agree […]