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It's not enough for firms to create competencies around big data and data science. Organizations must also 'see' the insights in these huge, new data sources. Phil Simon takes a few questions about his newest book and the implications on people, businesses and technology.
Identified was bought by Workday and Monster acquired Gozaik and TalentBin. Smart market watchers should be asking "Why" these deals were done and what these deals could do to recruiting/HR vendors, competition and the companies that would benefit from re-imagined HR processes.
It's time to cull some of the spreadsheets that finance (and operational) executives are using. Cloud-based solutions can offer the audit trails, one-source-of-truth, collaboration and other features missing in solutions of yore.
It's time to cull some of the spreadsheets that finance (and operational) executives are using. Better, more powerful tools can crunch accounting, operational and external data (together!) in seconds via in-memory cloud solutions. Better still, these tools may have the audit trails, one-source-of-truth, collaboration and other features missing in the solutions of yore.
Customer experience has to be more than just CRM with some social content awareness. But, beyond the functional shortcomings of these products, the real challenge may be in finding someone to buy the whole enchilada.
Linda Blair's Exorcist character couldn't spin her head around as fast as software market watchers are doing this week. Microsoft, Oracle, Salesforce, and NetSuite are all doing the alliance dance. But are these deals as substantial as they sound?
This 6-part piece story looks at several new recruiting and HR technologies and how each radically changes how time is spent acquiring talent.
Here's a look at the big stories that somehow didn't get much coverage or got overlooked altogether. Some of these bits, by themselves, weren't big stories; but when lots of vendors do the same thing, a trend emerges.
Adaptive Planning and Kyriba show that large enterprises are also embracing cloud solutions for critical financial tasks. Is the chasm being crossed for large enterprises, too?
A summer full of interviews with CFOs and controllers reveals that cloud financial accounting software has 'crossed the chasm'. But, this may just be part of a larger adoption story as many financial executives reported using five or more cloud solutions in their firm.
User interface work is consuming the R&D budgets of ERP vendors everywhere. Products designed for the client server or Web 1.0 world really need re-developing. Infor has gotten out front, but efforts by Sage, SAP and SumTotal are right behind them.
Cloud is hot, salaries are increasing, demand for hot tech skills is really getting big but what should a company do? If your firm is thinking of launching raids on a competitor for hot skills, read this first. You may have a bigger, long-term and structural problem instead.
PPM vendor Planview has reworked the user interface for its cloud solution Enterprise 11. It's also added analytics, smarter process flows, and more to the solution.
This 6-part piece (it starts slow but builds fast!) looks at several new recruiting and HR technologies and how each radically changes how time is spent acquiring talent (and not wastes time). These firms will force HR executives toShow More Summary
The ERP segment is undergoing a lot of change. Change, though, can create some uncomfortable moments for some folks and ERP vendors, customers and integrators will definitely feel something next year. What are some of these challenges and who will need to adapt?
No need to feel guilty about gaming your employer's sales compensation plan. A new book by Xactly's CEO argues that this is what sales professionals are supposed to do. One clue: Spreadsheets aren't probably going to cut it anymore.
Here's a look at the big stories that somehow didn't get much coverage or got overlooked altogether. Some of these bits, by themselves, weren't big stories but when lots of vendors did the same thing, a trend emerges.
Businesses and Consumers both rely heavily on the information they find on the Internet. They get smart about their problems, potential solutions, possible vendors to contract with, etc. In fact, they may not contact your firm until well into the sales cycle. Show More Summary
The war for talent is definitely heating up and the best HR executives are adopting non-traditional technologies, innovative recruitment strategies and more to attract and retain talent. Read on to get a taste what surfaced from a number of interviews with leading HR executives.
If you thought HR software comprised Payroll, HRMS and Talent Management modules, think again. There are amazing new products that serve more than just your company. LinkedIn has become the biggest of these PERSON-based products and how well these solutions fit with solutions designed for CORPORATIONS should make for interesting viewing. Show More Summary