enterprise resource planning (ERP)

Apple reveals $100bn share buyback despite iPhone surplus
Mobile

Apple reveals $100bn share buyback despite iPhone surplus

iPhone revenues appear high but analysts predict low June sales
2 May 2018
Hershey's aims to streamline supply chain with S/4 HANA
enterprise resource planning (ERP)

Hershey's aims to streamline supply chain with S/4 HANA

Accenture implements ERP suite, with Hershey's hoping to understand its customers better
6 Mar 2018
SAP HANA must navigate licensing and skills fears
business process management (BPM)

SAP HANA must navigate licensing and skills fears

Research: HANA is a business driver, but SAP has more to do to help users
23 Feb 2018
AWS lets users run SAP apps directly on SUSE Linux
Amazon Web Services (AWS)

AWS lets users run SAP apps directly on SUSE Linux

Partnership brings SUSE's Enterprise Server for SAP into Amazon's cloud
15 Feb 2018
Smartphone sales around the world to remain weak this year
Smartphones pile
Mobile Phones

Smartphone sales around the world to remain weak this year

Annual growth only 2.8%, down from an expected 5%, says market analyst TrendForce
13 Feb 2018
Hillarys Blinds: Cloud isn't crucial for IT transformation
IT infrastructure

Hillarys Blinds: Cloud isn't crucial for IT transformation

How the UK company got ahead of the curve without outsourcing its infrastructure
7 Feb 2018
Do SAP's licensing changes signal a break with complexity?
Business strategy

Do SAP's licensing changes signal a break with complexity?

Will SAP's new licensing model reassure customers or is it back to the drawing board?
28 Jun 2017
Manchester Airports Group signs up Capgemini for ERP shift
outsourcing

Manchester Airports Group signs up Capgemini for ERP shift

The one-year deal aims to cut ERP costs by deploying SAP’s new platform
29 Jun 2015
UK Oracle User Group unveils new president
Business strategy

UK Oracle User Group unveils new president

Linda Barker has 17 years’ experiencing implementing Oracle systems
13 May 2015
95% of SAP deployments 'vulnerable to cyber attacks'
hacking

95% of SAP deployments 'vulnerable to cyber attacks'

Customer and supplier records could fall into hackers' hands, warns Onapsis
8 May 2015
Home Office tied into £330m Oracle ERP deal
enterprise resource planning (ERP)

Home Office tied into £330m Oracle ERP deal

FoI reveals department is paying Oracle while sharing ERP services under Steria deal
8 Dec 2014
NetSuite SuiteWorld: omni-channel ERP for the IoT
Business strategy

NetSuite SuiteWorld: omni-channel ERP for the IoT

Adrian Bridgwater looks back on NetSuite's recent user conference to put the announcements in context...
27 May 2014
The return of ERP?
Lotus F1 pitstop
Software

The return of ERP?

Inside the Enterprise: After several years out of the limelight, back office systems are sneaking back on to the agenda.
13 Sep 2012
Marussia F1 team showcases technology used in Formula 1
Marussia F1 - 2011 model
project management software

Marussia F1 team showcases technology used in Formula 1

We go behind the scenes to see 3D printers, ERP systems and a 60 Teraflop Computation Fluid Dynamics Cluster in action at the team's site in Banbury.
30 Apr 2012
The return of Big ERP?
Stephen Pritchard
Business strategy

The return of Big ERP?

Inside the Enterprise: SAP and Oracle are seeing turnover return to pre-downturn levels. Are businesses taking another look at large-scale ERP project…
27 Jan 2011
SAP posts double-digit growth
SAP's Bill McDermott
public sector

SAP posts double-digit growth

Enterprise software giant boosted by economic recovery and Sybase deal.
27 Oct 2010
Managing enterprise software is about managing a portfolio
Stephen Pritchard
Business strategy

Managing enterprise software is about managing a portfolio

In the latest of his Inside the Enterprise columns, Stephen Pritchard talks about portfolio management.
1 Jul 2010
Britain beats Europe in business intelligence
business
business intelligence (BI)

Britain beats Europe in business intelligence

Small businesses in the UK are more open than Europeans when it comes to using technology to understand their customers - and take on larger rivals.
10 Sep 2009
Enterprise apps can save money if worked harder
Business strategy

Enterprise apps can save money if worked harder

Enterprise applications are integral to businesses, and might be a cost-cutting saviour during the economic downturn.
14 Jul 2009
Microsoft Dynamics to integrate Twitter
Network & Internet

Microsoft Dynamics to integrate Twitter

It's all about listening to customers, and Microsoft thinks that Twitter is a great way to do this.
13 Jul 2009
Sussex Police automates buying
compliance

Sussex Police automates buying

New e-procurement software is planned to automate and streamline the force’s purchasing and integrate with existing SAP systems.
25 Sep 2008
NetSuite steps up professional services assault
NetSuite headquarters
Software

NetSuite steps up professional services assault

SaaS vendor NetSuite reveals SuiteSuccess implementation and methodology-based product push to take on traditional ERP client/server vendors such as S…
11 Sep 2008