On the Cloud Wars Live podcast, Bonnie Tinder describes the resources and team members needed to build a project dream team.
If Google’s founders have a secret list of “best hires we’ve ever made,” I would bet Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian is near or at the top.
Surging growth and massive potential have spurred Alphabet to break out the financial results of Google Cloud in a separate reporting segment.
Accounting professionals from all over the country discuss how automating their ERPs like NAV and GP has enabled their teams to meet the new challenges of 2020.
Including Panel members:
•Dave Sackett, CFO of ULVAC Technologies
•Larry Solano, AP Manager of Wounded Warrior Project
•Jeff Moir, Corporate Controller of Pebble Beach Company
Over the years we’ve witnessed a huge shift in the role of Finance – from a tactical focus on the numbers to a more strategic, value-creative role. With increasing data volumes and disconnected applications that don’t talk to each other, many find the role change challenging to adopt. By offering a single source of truth, insightsoftware’s solutions save countless hours of unreconciled Excel mania allowing finance teams to effectively plan, run, and optimize financial processes.
In this session, you will discover what a modern, integrated technology stack for the Office of the CFO looks like. See how you can:
•Drive more accurate plans, forecasts, and reports for confident decision-making
•Shrink cycle times to support today’s post-Covid need for more frequent reporting and forecasting
•Increase end-to-end productivity, freeing time for strategic analysis
This awesome session breaks down so many features of GP that can make any finance manager or CFO’s life 10X easier!
Why I feel that Bill McDermott and ServiceNow could deliver meaningful impact and value to much-larger vendors SAP, Salesforce, and Oracle.
On the Cloud Wars Live podcast, Bonnie Tinder talks about the need for patience and a clear game plan when rolling out projects.
The stellar Q1 results posted by Microsoft show they are the biggest and most-influential enterprise-cloud vendor in the world.
During one of the greatest enterprise-tech markets ever, why does IBM have 4 zero-growth businesses with weak connections to its strategy?
If these companies migrate to Oracle Exadata Cloud Service X8M, that would represent a huge boost for Oracle’s rising fortunes in the cloud.
SAP is showing significant growth in all segments and the CX business should quickly become one of its fastest-growing units.
Amazon and Carrier Global Corp. partner up to transcend transactional relationships and help customers unleash vertical-industry expertise.
Why IBM CEO Arvind Krishna should keep swinging at every part of IBM that is not precisely aligned with their newly streamlined vision.
Can Microsoft and Google compete fiercely enough to win in revenue and collaboratively enough to keep peace with their major partners?
IDC market study shows SAP has a significantly stronger presence in B2B Digital Commerce than competitors Salesforce, Oracle, and Adobe.
It’s both ironic and fitting that three so-called “legacy” vendors are battling for leadership in the modern and massive hybrid-cloud market.
On the Cloud Wars Live podcast, Bonnie Tinder talks about the need to embrace the challenges that come with digital transformation.
Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen continues to back the company’s Digital Experience enterprise business despite minimal growth.
SAP is conceding the broad mainstream CRM market to Salesforce and will pursue only certain specific, ‘focused’ segments.