Expert Opinions

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.
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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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Electric Sheep: The two-horse race in AI
Which company is the Switzerland of AI? Why have AWS and Microsoft failed? Who is leading in artificial intelligence? Find out with Holger Mueller, VP and principal analyst at Constellation Research.
Composable by nature
Composable by nature
Today the buzzword du jour is ‘composable, ’composable business, composable thinking, composable architecture and even composable ERP.
lightning
Are you ready to weather the economic storm with agile working capital management?
With soaring inflation and interest rate rises, SAP's Thomas Mehlkopf says its time to revisit liquidity forecasting and working capital management.
From lipstick on a pig to the experience economy, the evolution of UX
From lipstick on a pig to the experience economy, the evolution of UX
Why spending vast amounts of money just to make something look good without the underlying functionality was - and still is - fool’s gold
Building ‘smart’ ERP demands continuous software intelligence
Building ‘smart’ ERP demands continuous software intelligence
Is it time to introduce ERPSI into the lexicon: the development of ERP suites with an inherent ability to exert software intelligence functions?
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Blurred lines: is the consumerisation of enterprise technologies creating unnecessary division?
Enterprises beware – there may be some sacrifice in software simplicity for the hybrid user