In this Celosphere 2022 News Desk interview, Accenture leaders describe the company’s hackathon-winning app that leverages Celonis tech to help customers respond to and manage supply chain disruptions.
In this Celosphere 2022 News Desk interview, Celonis’ global sustainability director discusses products, partnerships and co-creation within the company’s sustainability initiatives.
At the Celosphere conference, Accenture execs discuss their relationship with Celonis and development work, including a supply chain application.
In episode 7, Kieron highlights the need for infrastructure and network support to drive cloud technologies, and cites Nokia’s latest work with 6G as a shining example.
Cropin, Couchbase, HYCU, and other Cloud Wars Horizon companies gain new visibility at the AWS re:Invent conference.
When ERGO Group needed to help employees understand the benefits of digital transformation and process mining, it created a board game to do so.
Zoom’s financial results reflect strong controls over cloud costs and solid enterprise sales, but the outlook is more uncertain.
Facing unprecedented pressures (supply chains, inflation), customers yearn to make a difference — quickly — Celonis co-CEO Alex Rinke says.
Kieron writes about how IKEA, Threadless, and other companies are increasing customer engagement by co-creating with them on new products.
Dell once again delivers strong results, as it retains focus on supply chain execution, reducing inventory, and continuing to innovate.
Key Celosphere takeaways: there’s an invigorated community on a shared mission; new technology solves problems for businesses and people.
The Finnish telecommunications company may no longer lead the market in cell phone sales, but it’s increasingly shaping up to be the go-to company for the next generation of cloud-optimized wireless technology.
Mark Klein, Chief Digital Officer for the European insurer ERGO Group, discussed his firm’s work with Celonis, including a co-creation effort, at Celosphere.
Celonis used Celosphere 2022 to advance new products and partnerships that significantly expand the breadth and depth of its portfolio.
Startup FindMine developed an AI engine that automatically pairs products together on a website to help customers envision different combinations and looks and move ahead to make purchases.
Walmart’s digital engagement and customer focus drive results; Cisco says it’s focused on helping customers become more agile and resilient.
In a one-on-one discussion at the Celosphere 2022 customer conference, Celonis co-CEO Alex Rinke shows his passion for sustainability, customer engagement.
Latest updates to HYCU’s Protege platform add support for Azure Gov Cloud, disaster recovery to AWS, cross-cloud recovery.
Propel adds product information management (PIM) to its platform, fueling better, faster development of product content for customers.
In this Cloud Wars Horizon Minute, Ep. 73, Tom Smith, reporting from Celosphere 2022, details how Celonis relies on its partners for product and market feedback in developing new applications.