Considering Salesforce’s dismal Q3 results, Bob shares what he thinks the company must examine to get back on the growth train.
Bob explains what the battle between the two companies says about the rise of the enterprise cloud.
In this episode, Bob runs through SAP’s Q3 earnings, which indicates that it is growing at a much quicker rate than Salesforce and may well hold the top seat for some time.
From NLP and chatbots to personalized marketing communications and dynamic customer journeys, there are plenty of AI-based opportunities to enhance the customer experience, as Toni reports.
In this Cloud Wars Expo Moment, Matt Laukaitis defines how SAP helps retailers hold the trust of the consumer through a secure experience.
In this Industry Cloud Battleground Moment from Cloud Wars Expo, Chris Couch, VP SAP Solutions, shares how the company helped Ingles Market speed up its vaccine appointment scheduling in a matter of weeks.
Bob explains how the two companies sped up application development with SAP’s Business Technology Platform (BTP).
Bob Evans highlights the relationship between SAP and Apple — one that allows Apple to develop BTP and iOS applications 40% faster than ever before.
The release of SAP Build — a solution the company says will “unleash” great new capabilities, value, and innovation for customers — is the latest example of its transformation into a cloud-first company after about 45 years of being focused on its massive installed base of on-premises customers.
In this episode, Bob Evans discusses SAP’s sweeping transition to the cloud, exemplified by its release of the SAP Build suite of low-code tools for business users.
During the Q3 earnings call last month, Klein said: “We feel very positive about the resilience we have built into our future business” and noted that predictable revenue now accounts for 80% of SAP’s total.
In this episode, Bob explains how despite the macro-challenges the company is facing, it continues to see strong demand across all of its lines of business and cloud products — particularly, the SaaS portfolio.
Bob compares five-week market caps to illuminate how legacy cloud companies are getting ahead of cloud native companies in the Cloud Wars Top 10.
In this episode, Bob reviews the market cap of Cloud Wars Top 10 legacy companies and why they are outperforming the cloud natives.
Microsoft’s new deal with the NYC Department of Environmental Protection to secure the city’s water supply demonstrates the power of the cloud.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob explains a recent story posted to Microsoft’s website, which explains the ERP deal that the company won in 2019. In this deal, Microsoft’s client is New York City’s Department of Environmental Protection, who aim to replace old mainframes in efforts to deliver fresh, safe drinking water to residents.
The name of ServiceNow’s new program,” RiseUp with ServiceNow,” might ring a bell. Bob Evans explains why in the context of the Cloud Wars.
In this episode, Bob covers the launch of the RiseUp with ServiceNow program, and how both its name and program are similar to the RISE with SAP program.
In this episode, Bob reviews the third quarter results for the top five Cloud Wars vendors, remarking on how both Oracle and SAP have shed “old stereotypes” thanks to particularly fast growth rates.
Bob Evans breaks down the reasons why SAP’s third quarter cloud performance, with revenue up by $3.8 billion, is so remarkable.