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Arvind Krishna, IBM chairman and chief executive officer
IBM hits highest growth in a decade with mid-digit push for 2022
IBM has announced its financial results for 2022, with success across business segments producing the highest revenue growth in a decade for the firm. A six percent rise has seen revenues of $60.5bn for the full year and $16.7bn for the fourth-quarter.
EDITORS CHOICE
Samsara
How Samsara is changing transportation with data
How Samsara is using a data driven approach to amass marginal gains on an industry-wide scale.
AWS Re:Invent 2019
Where’s AWS pointed in 2023?
With AWS re:Invent having closed out the end of 2022, it is time to assess where AWS stands in 2023, as the main thrust of its announcements at re:Invent allows for an analysis of its strategic direction. Also, as the...
brick wall ERP Travis Perkins
Piecemeal ERP: why Travis Perkins is tech stacking brick by brick
Are pickings getting a whole lot slimmer for the big ERP software vendors? It seems the days of having a one-catch-all software vendor have passed. ERP today hears about Travis Perkins' implementation journey.
UiPath Guide
A complete guide to UiPath
Free downloadable resource containing original articles, case studies and analyst reports covering the full spectrum of the UiPath proposition.
SAPERP Today Live! 2022 in Review with Jan Gilg
In this episode Jan Gilg, president and chief product officer for S4/HANA at SAP, tells us that momentum for the cloud is accelerating and more customers are getting ready to join SAP on their cloud journey. Gilg highlights supply chain challenges as the dominant topic for 2022 and says that moving to the cloud provides the data and visibility customers need to navigate the challenges ahead.
Unit4ERP Today Live! 2022 in Review with Unit4 and Embridge
This session is part of our “2022 in review” series where we talk to leaders from across the industry to look back on the key themes from the last year and consider what enterprises should focus on in 2023.
SAPERP Today Live! 2022 in Review with SAP
This session is part of our “2022 in review” series where we talk to leaders from across the industry to look back on the key themes from the last year and consider what enterprises should focus on in 2023. In this episode we are joined by Simo Said, Global Head of Product Marketing for ERP & Finance at SAP, as we review a turbulent year and consider the tough decisions that lie ahead for enterprise leaders in 2023.
InforERP Today Live! with Infor and NMIS
Infor has entered into a long-term strategic partnership agreement with the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS). Infor’s investment will underpin the development of Model Digital Factory Demonstrators (MDFD) for the NMIS Digital Factory environment at the new NMIS 11,500m² headquarters....
 
 
Goodbye
Saying goodbye to ERP Today
Many years of entrepreneurship have taught me it’s not enough to just start a project: you have to finish it too. We live in a society so obsessed with the new, we tend to not give a lot of time and respect to the closing of a chapter.
daniel dines
Automation leading to greater innovation
We at UiPath have created a form of automation that emulates people performing a business activity on a computer. The software infrastructure, existing applications, and workflows are reused, reducing complexity and cost of implementation.
ted kummert
The vision for automation
Automation should empower both devs and business users to reach new capacity with their work, no matter background and experience. Our core automation platform continues to expand, combining UI automation and API integration, ML, and AI.
Robot-Resilience
Unlimited opportunities for customers with intelligent automation
Today, the remit for automation goes far beyond narrow optimisation. It's providing radical alterations in the way data, processes and humans interact. Hear how the conversation is evolving from leading technologists.
Machine_Learning_Clarity
Machine learning in erp needs Clarity with a capital C
Develops want speed, functionality and choice with software tools, while operations want security and compliance. The worlds don't always align: to find a middle ground, what comes next is MLOps.
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Citizen developer
ServiceNowLow code and the rise of hyperautomation & ERP modernization
“Hyperautomation is irreversible and inevitable. Everything that can and should be automated will be automated”. That’s the opinion of Brian Burke, research vice president at Gartner. Hyperautomation is simply no longer a niche technology, or a luxury only a few...
Gov Facility Services
OracleGov Facility Services secures finance control in His Majesty’s Prisons with Oracle and IBM
At the collapse of the private facilities management firm, Carillion Plc, the Ministry of Justice created a new operating company, Gov Facility Services ltd, to run services within 49 UK prisons. The new firm had a tight deadline to secure procurement, payroll and financial control, to get operations in order.
Dandelion
Embridge ConsultingEmbridge helps clear CBI’s finance path for a $100tn green market
With data siloed across disparate systems, CBI was relying on basic, entry-level systems for its complex multinational financial needs.
EYThe value of ecosystems with EY
EY partners Anthony Byrne and Laura Atkinson discuss the value of ecosystems, along with their own interpretations of technology's hottest new term.
 
Rob Enslin, UiPath
Rob Enslin of UiPath interview: All paths lead to automation
UiPath has been the market leader in automation for as long as automation has been a thing. But a sharp decline in value as a public company and a big shift in its go-to-market strategy poses fresh challenges for new co-CEO, Rob Enslin.