Building applications that take advantage of low-cost, powerful multi-processor computers is not always easy. That's changing and businesses with benefit from this if solution providers take advantage of new programming technologies.
Software & Services Safari
Many writers explore just one tech sector. Brian looks at the entire tech ecosystem to better understand the often conflicted relationships between software vendors, integrators, outsourcers and more.
Brian is currently CEO of TechVentive, a strategy consultancy serving technology providers and other firms. He is also a research analyst with Vital Analysis.
ERP doesn't have to be on-premise. In fact, a slew of new announcements and entrants into the cloud ERP space point to a very cloud-centric and vibrant set of changes are underway in the ERP market. Here are a number of the recent announcements.
Where will the HR software market go? What kinds of innovation are needed to keep this space vibrant? How should we evaluate the kinds of innovation that are entering this space? (Part 2 of 2)
Where will the HR software market go? What kinds of innovation are needed to keep this space vibrant? How should we evaluate the kinds of innovation that are entering this space? (Part 1 of 2)
What were the business strategies HP was considering in its recent decisions to jettison its tablet and PC businesses? Here are some potential strategies the leadership might have considered.
There's an M&A war afoot in HR software. How will it play out in the near-term and how will likely advance the consolidation underway.
Recent data center and software failures have people pointing fingers. Should we look at a broader causal factor and could we be tempting fate?
In-Core/Memory Resident database technology is being used by SAP and Workday. How different are the two vendors' approaches?
The ERP space is starting to change. It might actually start to reflect the business changes and change velocity your firm deals with daily. But not all vendors see these phenomena. Here's a look at two who might.
It's getting a lot clearer to pick the winners and losers in ERP today. The cloud is the main cutting tool to identify the forward movers. A review of Acumatica is instructive in this regard.