By Michael Krigsman on February 3, 2014
Workday is among the most high-profile examples of a new breed of enterprise software, based completely in the cloud. Started by Dave Duffield and Aneel Bhusri, who led PeopleSoft prior to the acquisition by Oracle, Workday is now a public company. As part of the CxOTalk series of conversations with innovators, we spoke with Workday’s Chief Technology Officer, Stan […]
By Vinnie Mirchandani on January 9, 2014
I am reading news from CES this week including that from a “personal cloud” company, Lyve Minds, a Seagate Technology startup. It made me ponder how believable the offering would be if an enterprise software company had announced it. 3 years after much fanfare and publicity from the Jeopardy! outing, the Wall Street Journal estimates […]
By Brian Sommer on December 17, 2013
The ERP segment is undergoing a lot of change. Change, though, can create some uncomfortable moments for some folks and ERP vendors, customers and integrators will definitely feel something next year. What are some of these challenges and who will need to adapt?
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By Zoli Erdos on December 17, 2013
They are too modest to promote themselves here, but three of our fellow EIs, Naomi Bloom, Vinnie Mirchandani and Brian Sommer recently sat down for a lively discussion under the moniker Predict and Prepare for 2014, moderated by Bill Kutik and brought to you by Workday. The video is now available online – enjoy! Finally, read […]
By Brian Sommer on December 4, 2013
Big but Underreported Stories of Importance in 2013 In my youth, I used to track all manner of critters on the family ranch. Later on, I tracked poachers. I’m pretty good at it as I make it a point to spot the odd clue, the worn surfaces, the out of place silhouette, etc. Tracking things […]
By Phil Fersht on September 24, 2013
With a quarter-of-a-trillion dollars a year being plowed into integrating and managing SAP and Oracle, are the SaaS upstarts truly ready to integrate multiple cloud apps at this type of scale to challenge the status quo?
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By Michael Fauscette on September 18, 2013
Today Salesforce.com and Workday announced a deeper relationship to “join” both company’s enterprise cloud software products. This announcement has all the standard integration talk, which sounds good for joint customers of course, but also spent some time making it clear that each company was using / planning on using the products of the other. In […]