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Koch Equity Development (KED) and Golden Gate Capital have invested  $1.5 billion in cloud ERP provider Infor, ahead of a potential IPO later this year. The capital builds on KED’s investment of more than $2 billion in early 2017, and represents an important milestone as Infor considers a potential IPO

The digital economy has forced enterprises to reshape their businesses to stay ahead of both traditional and new competitors. Whether it is reducing cost, increasing productivity, or winning the market share battle, technology continues to change the way we work. Fifteen years ago, the main technology story for large enterprises

SAP formally launched a suite of applications, SAP C/4HANA, at its Sapphire 2018 conference in Orlando. It says the new solution which bundles together Hybris, Gigya and CallidusCloud will help businesses serve and retain customers. SAP also announced the SAP HANA Data Management Suite, the industry’s first comprehensive data management solution that

For most of its history NetSuite has had something to prove: specifically that its cloud-based ERP system was superior to the on-premise alternatives. That meant evangelising the benefits of cloud computing way back in 1998 when the company was founded. Before being acquired by Oracle in 2016, NetSuite — along

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Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions provide the digital backbone for companies seeking operational transformation and efficiencies — but they are inherently complicated, and notoriously challenging to implement. When successfully executed, an ERP upgrade has profound business implications that can directly improve a firm’s profitability. For Australian companies seeking expansion in

ERP today announced a host of enhancements to its core ERP suite. The new functionality spans global financials, revenue recognition, billing, Services Resource Planning (SRP), Supply Chain Management (SCM), and Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC). The changes are designed to help its customers the ability to continue to scale and innovate

Life insurance and wealth management company ClearView has implemented Oracle’s ERP client locally, replacing its legacy general ledger platform with the next generation platform. The implementation was undertaken by KPMG. Read the new and free  Which-50 Magazine. Edition 1 :  leadership and digital transformation “The move to a cloud-based solution is

When you’re in the business of creating highly popular toys and selling them in more than 85 countries around the world, achieving success is anything but child’s play. At Moose Toys, it’s the focus of everything we do. This Australian-based, family-owned company has grown to become the fourth largest toy

Cloud based ERP provider NetSuite has announced several major initiatives at its SuiteWorld conference this week in San Jose. According to the company, the cloud economy is forcing businesses to rethink their models as global competition accelerates. CEO Zach Nelson told delegates that companies will increasingly offer products, services and products-as-services.

Is it the end of history? Cloud computing is the last great computing architecture of our lifetime, according to NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson. He made the bold claim in his keynote address to the 6700 delegates at SuiteWorld, the company’s annual customer event in San Jose. “I think it is