As both SAP and Oracle struggle to find a cloud strategy, Workday plows its own furrow. New time tracking, mobile UI refresh and expanded financials lead the way in Workday 17
Dennis Howlett analyzing the issues faced by senior business practitioners who work with enterprise software.
Dennis Howlett is a 40 year veteran in enterprise IT, working with companies large and small across many industries. He endeavors to inform buyers in a no-nonsense manner and spares no vendor that comes under his microscope.
Netherlands based UNIT4 demonstrates how regional weakness is blunting growth. The good news is that SaaS continues to grow in triple digits albeit from a small base.
Buyers need to pay more attention to earnings calls. Here's why.
Social media was hailed as the big push back by consumers that would force brands to pay attention. United shows us that's all wrong when there are broken processes and a jobsworth culture.
SEC filings show that SuccessFactors had internal control problems. How might this impact SAP results going forward?
Sage has started to execute on its harvesting strategy, gifting more of the cloud market to newer solutions. This will not work.
A Sage help desk document showed insight into the company's help desk processes. These can be used by dishonest people to socially engineer their way into Sage systems
Oracle is in hot water again over misleading advertising but is that all there is to it?
NetSuite exceeded market expectations. How are they doing it and what is the outlook?
Jason Perlow wonders if the 2012 Olympics will melt the Internet. It may already be happening.