Editor’s Choice

Editor’s Words: Strength in adversity
A sombre mood has been cast across the United Kingdom with its effects reaching all four corners of the globe. Queen Elizabeth II has passed and Charles III has been proclaimed king. As the world adjusted to the loss of the longest serving monarch on record, the ERP Today community shared a unique opportunity to pay tribute to Her Majesty at Royal Ascot, one of the late Queen’s most cherished venues.
Deepfake data will mean real money in finance – but reality is key
Can synthetic data resolve bias, privacy and data gaps for financial services?
Netflix and chill on the Mega-Deal?
The recent spate of Microsoft mega-deals looks to be over in the current market.
Editor’s words: what kind of future do we want?
Our future is being designed for us and we have very little say in the process. Drucker told us we could predict the future by designing it, the only question that remains is what kind of future do we want?
Microsoft and SAP continue 25 year innovation partnership
Microsoft and SAP continue to advance our partnership by deepening our commitment to each other’s platform. Microsoft will be the first public cloud provider to adopt the RISE with SAP solution internally to transform some of its large SAP ERP deployments.
Red Hat: an open shift in the enterprise cloud
An interview with Matt Hicks, Red Hat’s global executive VP of products and technologies. "Disrupting a critical application is never the right path, but deliberately evolving into an open ERP foundation is absolutely a well-trodden and successful approach."
Orbis non sufficit – the race for cloud supremacy
Is anyone else bored by the numbers? Do you find the race for cloud dominance a bit dull? Are vendor boasts reminding you of a recent time in history when getting rich and grabbing more played out pretty badly for most of us?
M&D has a long way to go in protecting the supply chain
Very few manufacturers and distributors seemed invested in supply chain readiness during the pandemic.
SAP sorts out supply chains and sustainability for Sapphire 2022
Returning to Orlando for its 2022 iteration, the ERP giant stood face to face with a world decidedly different to that of 2019. Supply chains, sustainability and social inequality have all come to the fore during the pandemic, and SAP CEO Christian Klein came to the stage with a timely message for the masses.