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Jitterbit: After the disruption starting pistol, what next?  
This is a contributed commentary written by Steve Sichtman in his capacity as VP of multi-channel development at Jitterbit, a company that describes itself as an API transformation specialist with an acute interest in the ERP market and wider transept...
AWS widens database fabric 
Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) doesn’t necessarily call out ERP as a core competency for application use cases when it updates the major tiers and strata of its platform. It doesn’t have to. In actuality, it leaves many of the...
Oracle’s move to vertically-focussed sales teams
At the turn of Oracle’s financial year in June, they restructured a large number of their sales teams to be more industry-focussed. This could be because Oracle is already experiencing more success in settings where vertical expertise is important - they are listed at #6 in the Cloud Wars ranking but have reached #3 in Industry Cloud rankings.
Enterprise software ‘security gates’ needed to lock down automation intelligence 
We are of course living in an era of spiraling automation intelligence. Every month we are fed with more messages detailing how software platforms, products and tools are being bumped-up, bolstered and boosted by AI & ML driven automation through...
BLM: a retrospective
In May 2020, the world was frozen as it witnessed the tragic murder of George Floyd by a police officer in the Minnesota Police Department. Over the next few months it seemed like nothing else was important as protests swept...
Automation Anywhere and Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust launch white paper series
Automation Anywhere and Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust (NGH) are collaborating on a series of white papers that outline their vision of how automation can serve as a force for good across the global healthcare industry and public sector. The...
Cloud expectations vs cloud clarity, reality & functionality
For many enterprises, the cloud computing model of service-based IT represents a promised land of new opportunities, leaving behind headaches that have challenged IT teams and businesses for years. ERP Today spoke to the engineering team at UK, USA and...
The eco-production line 2.0 runs on ‘microsecond moments’
Nobody needs much of a lesson in the industrial revolution this year; given the COP26 climate summit (26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties) and the focus on how private and public enterprises are contributing to carbon emissions, the...
Unit4’s ‘annus mirabilis’
A panel of independent judges concluded that Unit4 was ERP Vendor of the Year at the recent ERP Today Awards and their customer, Social Work England, also won ERP Project of the Year. It was a tremendous endorsement of the...
Aurachain on low-code ERP: don’t juggle jugulars & jumbos
There are very few open and shut subjects in information technology and the always-thorny issue of technical debt (clunky code that results from quick-fix software engineering moves that fail to integrate into the wider fabric of system operations for the...
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