The car you drive, the food you eat, the clothes you wear and the phone calls you make are all touched by an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Whether it’s Oracle, SAP or another supplier, the ERP software and processes manage the back-office functions of every major industry.
Growing a digital business is essential for virtually every enterprise across every industry. Large enterprises and small businesses alike are digitizing their internal and customer-facing processes and services to increase efficiency, scale their businesses, and collect meaningful data.
As IT and procurement communities are being surrounded by an army of SaaS, PaaS and IaaS sales teams, a potentially dangerous sentiment has grown that by shifting apps elsewhere and/or by paying subscription instead of owning perpetual licenses, the license compliance headaches (and ultimately th
In the past I have written sceptically about automation http://ift.tt/2pSJsOV. I have learnt better now. The business case for automation can seem questionable when the work being automated is a small effort or seldom causes errors.
The interest for DevOps is rapidly increasing among our Mainframe customers, as a means of speeding up development and helping drive their Digital Transformation. Yet, many companies try to adopt Agile with 25+ year old source code management (SCM).