This morning, while sitting in a coffee shop enjoying green tea, my mobile phone rang. It was a research analyst from India, working on a report about CRM and ERP systems, who wanted to discuss project failures.
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At the recent Enterprise 2.0 Conference, I was quietly eating essential nutrients (cookies and coffee), when Paul Dandurand, founder and CEO of PIEmatrix, introduced himself.
SAP has fallen off the BusinessWeek list of top 100 IT companies. From the article, here is the explanation why SAP was removed:SAPA new line of software from SAP will let customers tap into programs on an SAP [NYSE:SAP] server and use SAP functions without installing and maintaining them on their own computers.
The Evolving Excellence blog has a strongly-worded article against implementing SAP at a particular company with $5M in annual revenue. The argument basically says that a simpler, less expensive, system would work just as well for a business of that relatively small size.
Google Groups was down for a short while today, as you can see from the image below. Even the most robust infrastructure sometimes fails.
I will be attending the Red Herring East conference in Boston on June 26-28. If any blog readers want to get together, please get in touch.
Once again, courtesy of the Dashboard Spy, here’s an interesting user interface for a project management dashboard. If this interests you, then take a look here as well.
As discussed in this post, I believe enterprise 2.0 implementation challenges are being overlooked in the rush to adopt enterprise 2.
Dennis Moore, General Manager for Emerging Solutions at SAP, spoke at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference about integrating web 2.
Andrew McAfee made the following comment in a debate with Tom Davenport at the Enterprise 2.