By Brian Sommer on September 24, 2014
Infor’s suite of high-end cloud financial software products include a new user interface, in-memory database technology and more. CloudSuite signals a major shift in the application space. Will CIOs bite?
By Paul Greenberg on September 24, 2014
No matter what SAP’s press release says, CRM isn’t a failed experiment, it’s not dead, and it continues to thrive. Paul Greenberg answers the latest barb thrown.
By Sadagopan on September 22, 2014
I have used Concur system for several years and had seen it evolve over time. Earlier this quarter, when I saw this announcement about Concur, Uber and AirBnb coming together, I knew that they are aiming big, given Concur’s active partnership with the likes of United, Marriott, IHG and Avis. There is definite meat behind […]
By Vinnie Mirchandani on September 11, 2014
Starting next week I will get briefings from a wide range of enterprise players – Infor, Workday, Oracle, Rimini, Salesforce and Microsoft among them. Conference season is in full swing. I have not been so excited in a long time. The reason is I feel a thaw in the enterprise market. My SAP Economy book […]
By R "Ray" Wang on September 9, 2014
Australian Users Concerns About SAP Similar To Other Global Users Over 500 Australian SAP users gathered between September 8th and 9th, 2014 at the Sydney Hilton for the annual user conference. Users came from IT roles, marketing, HR, and finance. In speaking to over 100 attendees, key concerns include: Lack of clarity in future […]
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By Phil Fersht on September 8, 2014
More than 850 data points were collected in Q1 and Q2 of 2014, covering 740 buyers, providers, and advisors/influencers of SAP Services. 31 providers of SAP Services were evaluated.
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By Vinnie Mirchandani on September 3, 2014
Dr. Hasso Plattner has written a long blog post about Business Suite on HANA. He has 12 reasons justifying why. His passion for the product screams through the post. I wish he would make it a Baker’s dozen and add a 13th point: that SAP plans to change its business model around HANA. I am […]
By Sameer Patel on September 2, 2014
This past week was an immersive boot camp for me on the state of human capital management in India. I had the privilege of keynoting two events – TechHR 2014, India’s first HR Tech Conference in Gurgaon, followed by HRConnect, SAP/ Successfactors regional HR conference in Mumbai and participating in a working dinner session with 18 CHRO’s representing some […]
By Michael Krigsman on September 2, 2014
The State Controller’s Office is launching an assessment to recover its failed payroll project. This new project seems doomed even before it starts.
By Denis Pombriant on August 27, 2014
Last week’s CRM Evolution conference in New York was interesting for multiple reasons. Most importantly, perhaps, is the perception that the market is moving into a higher gear, slipping past the restraints of a recession that would not quit. Good things are in store for the industry, I think, as buyers step up their games […]