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Battling uncertainty in a hybrid world: from 2022 to what’s ahead in 2023
For success in uncertainty in 2023, businesses are turning back to their fundamental values to produce the best results.
Celonis – mining within 3D and ESG
Celonis co-CEO Alex Rinke exclusively talks with ERP Today about how Celonis Process Sphere eases supply chain disruption.
The birth of fusion teams
How fusion teams speed up business transformation initiatives and reduce the barrier between IT and the rest of the business.
Prodding “The Diverted” towards real sustainability
Overmilked and electric: Resulting IT's founder says that for ESG effectiveness, it’s time to step away from Walking Tech dependency.
How global consulting firms are adapting to life out of the box
There is no major technical complexity for GSIs to manage anymore. So how are Big 4 giants like KPMG, Deloitte and EY responding to increased demand for business process design and change management rather than tech implementations? 
Supermarket Sweep: the enterprise app store is open for business
As enterprise technology vendors now seek to make the software procurement process simpler and safer for clients, the use of enterprise app stores to present a ‘curated showcase of solutions’ is an appealing customer proposition for many.
Mining automation ethics
Big Miner: the hot potato in automation ethics
Intelligent automation is the hot potato every business wants to grab. But what will businesses need to consider to ensure data privacy for employees? And how long before hands are burnt as automation technology moves faster than ethics?
Industry 4.0
Industry 4.0: How are firms addressing the skills shortage?
Despite the hype surrounding the next Industrial Revolution, there’s one big problem: a global skills shortage is hampering the progress of Industry 4.0. Christine Horton asks how firms will solve the problem.
A new intersection: IT Policy-as-Code
Moving commercial business policy forwards into the digital age requires a deeper reliance upon cloud-native automation control. Here's why business policy and IT policy-as-code is the next intersection in ERP.
Did software wolves cry BUG in Y2K?
Marc Ambasna-Jones explores mafia killers, K-pop and woodland bunkers to find the truth about the Y2K bug and some pretty big bucks. Oracle for example saw a 22 percent growth in a record quarter, while SAP also saw record profits.
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Doctor Bot, curing the NHS backlog?
Technologists are out to heal the deficit in NHS resources, creating battalions of digital workers to bolster the front lines with intelligent automation. Neeti Mehta Shukla and Tremaine Richard-Noel are leading the charge.
Money in Web3 needs neither crypto nor cyberspace
Accenture, Alibaba and more explain why the future of finance doesn’t necessarily involve cryptocurrency and extended reality 
Moving from mid-market to enterprise ERP: when is the right time?
When should you consider upgrading your mid-market solution for an enterprise-level ERP system?
Business, Warrior CFO
The CFO is dead, long live the CTO
As hyperautomation technology advances, is the CFO about to see their role subsumed by a CTO? 
Emma O'Brien Embridge Consulting
Embridge Consulting: Toppling the technology pedestal
Emma O’Brien, founder and CEO of Embridge Consulting, on the pitfalls of ERP's current tech-first approach
The ERP Today Awards 2022
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Alison Tierney, GVP, EMEA
Snowflake: building data clouds around the world
Snowflake’s EMEA chief Alison Tierney on adapting to new regions and dishing data across all dimensions
Celebrate pioneers during time of disruption
Since its founding 50 years ago, SAP has strived to create positive economic, environmental and social impact, and the SAP Innovation Awards reflect that mission.
Frontline workers Marne Martin
From hard hat to high tech, the evolving role of frontline workers
We talk to Marne Martin, president of IFS Service Management, about how the benefits of a digitalised frontline are being felt by individuals and enterprises alike.  
Navigating global supply chain disruption
It has never been more important to ensure supply chains are both resilient and sustainable. So how can organisations develop both short and long-term strategies to cope with global disruption?
Samsara Q1
Samsara poised to disrupt world of physical operations
The IoT industry is more than 40 years old, but until recently most companies that strapped a device to a physical asset got little more than some binary data with almost zero value.
The CIO is becoming the innovation orchestrator at digital first enterprises
We have all heard it – the pandemic has accelerated digital transformation. Great; but the need for speed required a change in approaches to technology deployment. Prior to the pandemic our research showed a strong correlation between advanced digital maturity...
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Why partnering is a main strategy area for SAP
As underlined by Sapphire 2022, SAP has a vision to reinvent how the world runs as a network of intelligent, sustainable enterprises, growing towards a network of businesses in a sustainable world. Fuelling this is an overarching purpose to help the world run better and improve people’s lives. But even as a key player, SAP cannot meet all customer requirements by itself, and as such, partnerships are vital to be able to offer customers maximum added value and realise this grand aim.
Young professionals are keeping office space alive
Despite all the hype about remote work, Big Tech is still clearly invested in big bricks – and so are its younger workers.
The metaverse is a shiny new hammer, but what are the nails in enterprise tech?
Deloitte, ServiceNow, Zoom and more reveal exactly what they’re thinking about a business metaverse.    
Field service management solutions prepare for digital transformation
FSM solutions have been an important element in large enterprises’ operations. A raft of new technologies offers them the ability to streamline and improve service delivery. 
Open Source ERP is no free lunch
The community contribution model of open source centralises around the practice of ‘code commits’ that sees users, teams and organisations actively working to share advancements for the collective benefit of others. 
Moving on: When it’s time to adopt a dedicated ERP system
The time will come when basic accounting software will no longer fulfil your growing business’ requirements. There often comes a point within a relationship when one party realises it’s time to move on.
How can technology provide the tools to meet the future demands of sustainable supply chains?
What is Big Tech doing to ensure its customers are equipped with the tools and technologies to ensure that supply chains are optimised and sustainable?
SAP Suite sweet spots: how well do you know your SAP Suite?
A tour around the sometimes lesser-known elements of the SAP software suite is guaranteed to provide additional insight into how the company has built a whole which has always intended to be greater than the sum of its parts.