Pure Storage expands technical collaboration with SAP
Storage specialist Pure Storage and ERP giant SAP have further expanded their cooperation in the technical field. As a fresh Platinum partner, the storage specialist has now been able to certify its FlashArray applications for the SAP S/4HANA platform.
With the certification within the SAP Partn...
SAP and Accenture work together for oil and gas industry
According to SAP and Accenture, parties want to help the oil and gas industry with solutions that should benefit the upstream parts of these companies.
The upstream departments of oil and gas companies are mainly concerned with the search for new oil and gas stocks and the development of methods...
IFS wants to apply explainable AI to customer data by 2020
IFS World Conference, we had the opportunity to look ahead with IFS directors.
Where does the company want to go in 2020? It sees itself as a challenger, but
how will it really challenge the competition? IFS is also entering the world of
artificial intelligence (AI). The company wants to...
IFS and Boomi create new integration opportunities
IFS is letting Techzine know about a partnership with Dell Boomi. The integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) vendor now offers IFS customers more than 200 built-in connectors.
With the connectors, IFS customers should be able to build integrations faster. The SaaS vendor refers to access to a...
SAP extends support for ERP until 2027
SAP has announced that customers using Business Suite 7 software can count on regular maintenance until the end of 2027. Initially, applications from the software suite would be supported until 2025.
The core of the Business Suite is formed by ERP, often called ERP Central Component (ECC). This ...
Infor acquired by Koch Industries
The well-known ERP vendor Infor has been acquired by Koch Industries, which in turn is part of Koch Equity Development LLC. Infor will become an independent subsidiary of Koch Industries and the current management team will continue to manage the company from New York.
Infor is primarily known f...
IFS moves from slow enterprise to fast innovator
Since about 18 months, IFS has a new board. Under the leadership of the new CEO, Darren Roos, the company is implementing a new strategy. Plans have really changed. Whereas for a long time, each region had its own vision and strategy, there is now centralisation taking place, and the entire organis...
Workday offers a solid ERP system and sets the bar high
Workday is on the rise in the ERP market. The company's
financial results show this time and time again. The quarterly figures often
show growths of tens of percents compared to the previous year. It has to be
said that the average ERP supplier is growing, but that this is often not as
fast as Work...
The future of Ariba, Fieldglass and Concur lies with SAP
SAP offers three different software solutions designed to
manage business expenses. SAP Ariba and SAP Fieldglass are both procurement
solutions in which procurement process costs play an important role, while SAP
Concur provides a platform for processing travel and expense management. But
what if y...
For Oracle, NetSuite is the best example of how cloud works
NetSuite is now part of one of the largest multinationals
in the world, Oracle. However, NetSuite knows how to distinguish itself from
this. It operates independently, and the culture in the company is clearly
different from Oracle’s. The way of communicating and the mentality is
distinctive and ...
Will NetSuite become to ERP what Salesforce is to CRM?
Now that NetSuite has been acquired by Oracle and they
have been given the financial injection to grow rapidly worldwide, the company
is quickly making a name for itself in the ERP market. If you look closely at
the developments, NetSuite could become to ERP what Salesforce has become to
CRM and sa...
Microsoft wants to adjust prices and packaging of Dynamics 365 again
Microsoft plans to customize the way it pricing and packaging its Dynamics 365 CRM and ERP applications. The changes must enter into force on 1 October, according to ZDNet.
Currently, Microsoft CRM offers a Customer Engagement Plan for $115 per user per month. ERP is offered through the Unified Oper...