By Dion Hinchcliffe on August 10, 2012
With the hype sometimes seeming to reach a fever pitch, we take a look at how enterprises are really using big data along with the overall maturity of the new industry itself.
By Brian Sommer on May 21, 2012
Part 2 of NetSuite SuiteWorld big points: The Partner ecosystem of NetSuite is definitely gaining momentum. But, is the growth consistent with other major platform ecosystems? How is it differing?
By Jason Busch on April 6, 2012
Over on our sister site Healthcare Matters, my partner in crime Tom Finn recently published a post titled: How Much Does Your Doctor Make?. Tom begins by quoting “an old joke about a housewife who complains about the $175 she just paid…
By Denis Pombriant on June 22, 2011
Enterprise 2.0 came to Boston this week and it provided an interesting snapshot of an emerging market. At the same time Deloitte and the National Venture Capital Association (NVCA) released a study that calls for a more robust IPO market. I see connections. First, E2.0 as it is abbreviated, made its annual visit to Boston. […]
By Michael Krigsman on April 5, 2011
This post is part two of a series examining implications of Marin Countyâs lawsuit, against Deloitte Consulting and SAP.
By Michael Krigsman on March 31, 2011
Marin County’s ongoing lawsuit against Deloitte Consulting and SAP represents a milestone in the analysis and history of IT project failures.
By R "Ray" Wang on February 7, 2011
Disruptive Technologies Remain Top Of Mind Among Business Technology Leaders It’s always a privilege and a pleasure to reach out to clients and prospects around the world. For those tracking my location, I’ve been in London, San Francisco, and Mumbai over the past 9 days. The conversations have ranged from social business and enterprise 2.0 […]
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By Michael Krigsman on September 13, 2010
Appearing to ignore strong arguments to the contrary, Marin County defended its decision to completely abandon a $30 million investment in SAP software and related services from Deloitte Consulting.
By Jason Busch on September 6, 2010
This column is jointly authored by Spend Matters’ Jason Busch and Deloitte’s Brian Umbenhauer. Brian is a Principal at Deloitte, with extensive procurement and supply chain experience in a combination of strategy, operations and t…