While the focus of NetSuite's SuiteWorld conference was its drive into the manufacturing sector, largely unnoticed was a diversion into HCM.
NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson cameoed as a UPS delivery guy for customers, but what he really wants to deliver is more investment in Europe.
SAP's Sapphire Now conference was dominated by two words - Cloud and HANA.
SAP doesn’t want customers be just winners, but champions in their field, said the firm's co-CEO Bill McDermott as he opened the SapphireNow conference.
Should Oracle be worrying along with SAP about the rise of firms such as NetSuite? Awkward...
"The final industry to come to the Cloud!" NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson talks about manufacturing, the latest industry sector to be targeted by the ERP champion.
Quite simply, governance is establishing the rules, trusting the participants will follow them, and closing the loop on how they did.
"The validation of integrated talent management that we’re seeing with both new and existing clients, which we as a company have been preaching for years".
Salesforce.com has revealed just how its new customer-focused community platform will shape up with new details announcing the product’s general release.
Salesforce.com wants to find and fund a European Cloud start-up - and US field service firm ServiceMax is a good example of why candidates ought to be interested in the offer.
Not only did the Marketing Cloud dominate proceedings at last week’s Adobe Summit in London, but it is also likely to be high on the agenda at Salesforce.com’s London gig this week. Neil Davey considers the implications.
"We are a mission-critical system. We are a heart transplant, not a knee replacement."