Clearly, one group of companies will get tremendous value out of analytic technologies. These firms are more nimble, more cosmopolitan and, most importantly, able to change (at scale, too). This concludes this 3-part series.
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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.
Part 2 of 3 - How tough will it be to get value out of analytics? For some firms, it will be grim. Great insights are only going to be helpful to firms that can change.
A recent Analytics event left me pondering if this great technology will be wasted on some firms. This three part series looks at who will/won't benefit from analytics, social media and other technology.
You can predict what one vendor will say about another - just look at where each is in their evolution. Trash talk happens all the time in the tech space. See the game plan unfold before you in this satire post. Enjoy...
Plex Online, a poster-child for cloud ERP, has been sold to Francisco Partners. What does this mean for customers, competitors and others?
Part 3 - NetSuite made a significant number of product announcements at its recent SuiteWorld event. It's the volume and speed of their R&D group that other vendors should note.
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?
So what were the big takeaways from the NetSuite SuiteWorld conference last week? In the first of a three part assessment, see how the new commerce engine may be creating a new for new analytic capabilities within NetSuite's product line.
Accounting software can really change from time to time. Now, with cloud solutions popping up in abundance, the changes are everywhere. What are the key factors to consider? How should these new applications be sourced today?
There are lots of businesses. Only a few have successfully found a way to be great social businesses, too. Sadly, even fewer still know how to listen to the the process improvement suggestions of their customers.