ERP TODAY IS A COMPLETELY INDEPENDENT VOICE AND DOES NOT PUBLISH ANY PAID-FOR EDITORIAL.
It is written and edited by industry experts and will focus on the key issues facing IT decision makers when considering an ERP Project. If you have an idea for a technical paper that you think our readers will find interesting, please get in touch and talk to us about your ideas.
OUR MISSION IS TO INFORM
AND INSPIRE IT DECISION MAKERS.
We have assembled the sharpest minds in the industry to write content that delivers inspires. Our editorial committee includes execs from the world’s most influential companies and a host of subject matter experts who comment, advise, and guide our readers on the topics that most affect digital transformation and the demands of modern commerce.
ERP Today takes the confusing and baffling nature of emerging technologies and presents the opportunities with clear and concise editorial. We debunk the jargon, cut through the hyperbole, and zero-in on the information that CxOs need to extract the maximum value from their investment in enterprise technology.
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Our analysts and contributing editors work pro-bono. We don’t pay them and they don’t pay us. They write for ERP Today because they are passionate about helping CxOs navigate the complex issues that most affect digital transformation and the journey towards becoming an intelligent enterprise.
ERP Today is published to the very highest standards and brings enterprise technology to life in a way that would be impossible online. Our attention to detail and superior design delivers an unrivalled ‘user experience’. It may be old-fashioned but we love it and thankfully so do our readers.
OUR STORY SO FAR
ERP Today is edited and published by Paul Esherwood, a serial entrepreneur who has worked in the enterprise technology space for 10 years. He has twice started up and sold to trade buyers and he owns two businesses in the ERP space, including ERP Today.
From humble beginnings, ERP Today has quickly grown to become the independent voice of the enterprise technology community and counts virtually every major player in the sector as its clients. We have interviewed the most influential people from the enterprise technology sector and continue to make new partnerships with the world’s biggest enterprises. In just one year, our subscriber numbers have doubled and our team has quadrupled in size.
Our 2020 plans include the inaugural ERP Today Awards event and planning for a global edition of our print magazine.
Our research has shown us that there is significant appetite for an independent voice in the ERP Community…
MEET OUR EXPERTS
Thoroughly proud editor of a little start-up called ERP Today that has grown from modest ambitions into something of substance. I believe that technology can change the world but tech for its own sake is pointless and more effort should be spent developing ideas with a purpose. When I am not writing about enterprise technology I can be found in a tent fishing.
From 1998 I spent ten years in public relations before jumping over the fence to write and edit for high profile tech trade press. When I’m not thinking about technology advancement for enterprises, you’ll find me working on a never-ending French house renovation or landscaping the garden while daydreaming about my next desert island adventure.
Stephen leads sustainable business innovation at SAP helping the world’s largest companies transform to be more sustainable and ethical through system redesign and adoption of digital technologies. This is in support of SAP's vision to accelerate the move towards a restorative and regenerative economy.
Gurpreet leads Deloitte’s artificial intelligence practice in the UK and the financial services AI team globally. He is the co-founder of HexScore – an AI platform that uses cognitive technologies and external structured and unstructured data sources, IoT, and curated data to create insight and provide solutions across multiple domains.
Prince is the chief technology officer at Automation Anywhere bringing more than two decades of experience in the technology industry. Previously he held senior roles at ThoughtSpot, Citrix and Ericsson where he ran global R&D for all digital products and managed a team of 10,000 people.
Wayne is founder & CEO of Smarter Contracts, a FinTech product company and challenger consultancy that specialises in blockchain technology and smart contracts. Over the last 15 years, he has worked for banks directly and consulted clients around the world working for both niche and global technology consulting firms.
Holger is VP and principal analyst for Constellation Research covering next generation applications and human capital management. He was formerly chief application architect at SAP and is a published expert on disruptive technologies and the future of work.
Dr Zara Nanu
Zara is a leading voice in driving fair pay and inclusion through intelligent tech. Wielding extensive diversity and inclusion expertise developed throughout a remarkable career, Zara has taken on the task of linking data science, technology and the drive to build fair pay into the future of work.
Steve is a data migration expert and the CEO at Egress – a company that has completed more successful DM projects than any other in the UK. He has been responsible for leading some of the largest DM projects in history including the single biggest migration of data in the UK for the NHS.
Emma Sinclair MBE
Emma is the youngest person to have floated on the London Stock Exchange, doing so at 29. A serial entrepreneur, she now co-leads global software company EnterpriseAlumni, as well as being UNICEF’s First Business Mentor and in 2016, was awarded an MBE by the Queen for Services to Entrepreneurship.
Mark was the former founder and chief executive of Certus Solutions, a pioneer of Oracle Cloud applications prior to his successful exit by acquisition. A serial entrepreneur, business angel, champion of British SMEs and a well-known trusted face across HM Government.