By Thomas Otter on October 17, 2020
The tastiest employment contract I‘ve ever seen. German version here. We talk a lot about making HR processes more engaging and improving the employee experience. Software for employee engagement has grown, in the space of a few years, to more than a billion euro market. Making HR processes easier and simpler is a big business. […]
By Michael Krigsman on July 22, 2010
In a classic case of the “blind leading the blind,” Texas accused IBM of failing to deliver on an $864 million IT initiative.
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By Phil Wainewright on April 2, 2010
Many customers are willing to pay up to three years in advance for SaaS contracts, which can make a huge difference to the vendor’s bank balance. But what are the potential pitfalls?
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By Jason Busch on March 5, 2010
In last Friday’s first rant, I shared some thoughts and anecdotes about the role contracting can play in helping companies more quickly realize identified savings. In this rant, I?ll focus on some of the roles contracting can play in identifying addi…