One of the top contenders in the Cloud Wars, ServiceNow, under the leadership of Bill McDermott, aims to revolutionize inter-enterprise opportunities and workflow offerings.
Microsoft’s comprehensive AI upgrades extend to every business function, with a focus on use case-specific offerings.
Actionable data is necessary to drive marketing and sales success. Steps including validation, enrichment, and standardization are needed to ensure data is actionable.
ServiceNow’s Q3 subscription revenue jumped 27% to $2.22 billion, catapulting the company to the #2 spot on the Cloud Wars list of the world’s fastest-growing cloud vendors, thanks to powerful demand for its GenAI technology.
At Community Summit, generative AI was a huge theme throughout the week, with a focus particularly on Microsoft’s Copilot.
SAP is enhancing its RISE go-to-market offering with new pricing and product tiers to convince its 25,000 on-premises customers to migrate to the cloud.
The ability to customize, integrate with other Microsoft apps, and capitalize on industry-specific functionality are key reasons to consider Dynamics 365 for procurement and supply chains.
Despite a significant drop in market capitalization, Oracle’s cloud business continues to thrive, with strong customer confidence and robust Q1 cloud revenue growth.
Microsoft MVP Steve Chinsky discusses the biggest trends impacting the Microsoft business applications ecosystem and shares insights into Community Summit 2023.
Copilots bring AI functionality to everyday enterprise applications. Discover three use cases where they’re poised to make a difference, and risks to keep in mind.
Microsoft exec Charles Lamanna discusses the copilot phenomenon, growth in his company’s apps and platforms, and how generative AI is turbo-charging productivity.
Leveraging the analogy of the human body’s need for healthy blood to thrive, learn why data is equally important to business, and the key functions it enables.
ServiceNow’s investments in generative AI, willingness to work with competitors’ products, and dynamic CEO are some of the reasons the company leaped from #10 to #6 in the Cloud Wars Top 10 rankings.
Workday strives to make ERP implementations simpler for customers and has strong endorsements to show for its customer-centric approach. The company ranks #7 on the Cloud Wars Top 10.
Building on a solid base of cost savings in financial use cases, process mining is delivering major new benefits: optimizing ERP migrations and improving processes that directly impact customers.
SAP’s new partnership with Bain sets out to transform the world of cloud ERP, addressing the challenges of traditional systems. Where do partners fit in?
SAP Signavio General Manager Rouven Morato explains how the company’s process mining capabilities empower customers with fast time to insight and adaptability. His insights are part of the Process Mining Battleground.
Drawing on its rich legacy in enterprise apps and data, SAP Signavio uses innovative process mining functionality to optimize ERP migrations and optimize customer-facing functions.
SAP Signavio’s end-to-end transformation suite, bolstered by data and process insights, optimizes processes from application migrations to customer service, GM Rouven Morato says.
Three innovative moves contributed to ServiceNow’s big jump in the rankings as it ascended to number 6 in the Cloud Wars Top 10.