Brian King oversees all of Marriott’s worldwide digital, sales, distribution, revenue management and customer engagement efforts.
The cloud’s ability to completely revolutionize customer engagement & experience is the dominant topic for CEOs of many leading vendors in the Cloud Wars.
Oracle – Founder, Larry Ellison, said company’s future is determined by fortunes of its Cloud ERP SaaS service & its self-driving Autonomous Cloud Database.
Chris Lochhead is founder of LOCHHEAD Enterprises, Inc., & previously held positions as CMO for Mercury Interactive (acquired by HP), and Scient.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella today showcased several innovative customers embracing “tech intensity” to innovate & grow in today’s digital economy.
Kris Cowles, Vice President Global Applications IT, at Topcon Positioning Systems, discusses how company operates in three segments.
Wayne Sadin is CDO & CTO for Affinitas Life and serves on a number of boards, including FSA Logisitx Inc. & the National Association of Corporate Directors.
Microsoft’s sweeping transformations of its sales and engineering organizations and its unique focus on intelligent cloud plus intelligent edge.
Workday has begun positioning itself as a full-fledged ERP provider whose modern technology and customer-centric approach will begin winning new customers.
Stream Bob Evans’ 20-min Cloud Wars Live converation with CarMax CIO Shamim Mohammad on how the company is putting the customer first.
CEOs are investing absolutely unprecedented amounts on enterprise technology to turn their companies into end-to-end digital businesses, says Benioff.
Salesforce.com execs raved about how C-suites now regard data and application integration as indispensable elements of digital transformation.
SaaS high-flyer ServiceNow says CEOs’ insatiable demand for digital transformation is not only driving upward revenue guidance for 2018.
In today’s blindingly fast world of digital business, it’s no longer enough for every business to become a software business they must become an AI company.
Hear Bob Evans’ 20-minute Cloud Wars Live conversation with Microsoft CTO Norm Judah, on AI, bots, cloud innovation, and more.
#1 Microsoft Widens Lead as commercial-cloud revenue surged 53% to $6.9 billion and gave it an $800-million spread for the quarter over Amazon.
Blockchain has enormous potential, that might be just what Oracle needs to reignite its sprawling cloud business, which has has lower performance.
Amazon – AWS cloud-computing unit will post exceptionally strong numbers, and those numbers will fail to match those of Microsoft’s in The Cloud.
Microsoft, IBM & SAP posted a combined $13 billion in calendar-Q2 cloud revenue, led by Microsoft’s commercial-cloud growth rate of 53% to $6.9 billion.
Walmart has commited to massive 5-year cloud deal with Microsoft that extends the two companies’ existing partnership, accelerating digital transformation.
Microsoft has a good chance of becoming the first tech vendor to reach $7 billion in quarterly cloud revenue, releases earnings on July 19.
Why would any company competing with Amazon voluntary subsidize bare-knuckle competitor Amazon by choosing subsidiary AWS as its cloud-computing vendor?
Oracle recently unleashed new SaaS services and capabilities designed to make it easier and faster for customers to take full advantage of the cloud.
SaaS industry will no longer support many hundreds or even thousands of boutique apps firms and will consolidate rapidly around a dozen or so top players.
Microsoft decides to become a global community powerhouse via the acquisitions of LinkedIn two years ago and GitHub last week.
Microsoft has unleashed an AI technology strategy that’s as complete and ambitious as any you’ll find from any company in the world.
As SAP & Salesforce compete, the biggest winners will be business customers who’ll stand to gain huge value from fruits of this bare-knuckles competition.