By Jevon MacDonald on January 30, 2013
Building a startup is hard and managing ops is really hard. Devops are hard and expensive. Luckily these days there are some amazing companies making it way easier to build the startup of your dreams. Frankly, I don’t think they are getting paid nearly enough while some are getting paid way too much. What apps [...]
By Michael Fauscette on December 9, 2012
One of the biggest concerns I hear from companies about social business in general is the lack of services / consulting expertise to help with implementation and operations. There is a skills gap today across all of the functional areas…
By Tom Foydel on April 7, 2011
We came across several news articles this week announcing the passing of Henry Taub. Mr Taub was the founder of ADP or Automatic Data Processing, one of the world’s largest information services companies. You might not have heard of Henry Taub, and likewise you might not comprehend his impact on the information services industry. He [...]
By Michael Fauscette on March 29, 2011
Yesterday Workday announced that it is opening up its integration platform for customer and partner use. The platform, built off of technology that Workday acquired when it bought Cape Clear, provides a set of cloud based tools to build, deploy, run and manage custom integrations. Integration between applications has traditionally been a complex and expensive [...]
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By Jason Busch on February 4, 2011
Editor’s Note: this rant is in part based on a forthcoming detailed analysis by Spend Matters looking at the evolution of supplier networks and where networks of the future may take us next.
In the early days of e-procurement,…
By Brian Sommer on August 10, 2010
SaaS applications are evolving quickly and in interesting directions. Intacct’s newest product expansion and alliance points a new direction for that firm.
By Michael Krigsman on July 20, 2010
NetSuite OpenAir released services resource planning, to bring ERP-style benefits to professional services organizations.
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 Bob Warfield on April 27, 2010
Salesforce and VMWare have big news today with the pre-announcement of VMForce. Inevitably it will be less big than the hype that’s sure to come, but that’s no knock on the platform, which looks pretty cool. Fellow Enterprise Irregular and Salesforce VP Anshu Sharma provides an excellent look at VMForce. What is VMForce and how is it different [...]
By Vinnie Mirchandani on March 31, 2010
Lawson announced plans to run its Enterprise and Talent Management software on the Amazon cloud. It also announced a subscription model around its license and maintenance cost.First things first – this is a giant step forward for a vendor whose CEO was predicting the SaaS market would be collapsing about now. But as I told [...]