Wheat Summer July Image by FelixMittermeier from PixabayNetSuite added guided learning for Customers. Infor revealed that its marketplace now has over 150 solutions. Queensland’s Hinchinbrook Shire Council in Australia benefits from TechnologyOne’s new digital transformation tool, CiA and its SaaS implementation CiA Live. Oracle announced customer wins at TCH and Vandalia Health. London-based backpack and accessories brand, ROKA London, has implemented Inventory Planner by Sage.

SAP announced investments into three generative AI market leaders, Aleph Alpha, Anthropic and Cohere, to reinforce its open ecosystem approach to AI. Intuit has launched the QuickBooks Workforce mobile app, previously named the QuickBooks Time mobile app. It is available to employees of businesses in the US, Canada, UK, and Australia.


The Access Group announced ten new charity partners it will support over the next 12 months. Employees in each region voted from a shortlist. The selected companies were:

AccountsIQ has launched a new Partner Hub. The tool will deliver every Accountant Partner their own segregated AccountsIQ portal and is part of the Accountant Partner Programme.

Cloud Inventory has extended its partnership with Boomi to provide faster, easier customer integration.

IFS has entered an exclusive distribution agreement with InfoConsulting across South Asia (Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Pakistan). InfoConsulting will be empowered to grow IFS’s presence in this market as IFS’s lead partner.

IRIS Software Group (IRIS) announced a partnership with cloudapps empowering business leaders through AI-powered revenue intelligence tools to provide precise, efficient, and fast delivery of insightful predictions.

Steve Hare, CEO of Sage, was appointed to the Prime Minister’s new Business Council.

ToolsGroup celebrated 15 years of partnership and over 60 joint customers with Optilon, Nordics’s leading supply chain solution consulting organization.


EAS — the Vicenza-based company leader in electronic supply and specializing in assembling SMT (surface-mount technology) and THT (through-hole technology) electronic boards — has chosen Infor CloudSuite Industrial Enterprise for its digital transformation journey in a cloud environment. The project will be implemented by 2Win Solutions, Infor’s partner. It is aimed at supporting the company’s and the business’s growth internationally.

Resort and fashion retailer Lilly Pulitzer is transforming its in-store experience for shoppers and associates with the mobile Oracle Retail Xstore Point of Service (POS) system and Oracle Retail Xstore Office Cloud Service.

Pinnacle Precision, a leading precision fabrication company in Anaheim, CA, has implemented Paperless Parts, an advanced quoting and estimating platform for manufacturers.

Legami, the Italian consumer goods company, has selected ToolsGroup solutions to support its supply chain enhancement initiatives for heightened customer satisfaction and business performance through greater forecast accuracy and better inventory management.

The  University of Auckland, New Zealand’s largest higher-learning institute, has expanded its use of Rimini Street’s portfolio of services. It now includes Rimini Support for Oracle software, Rimini Manage and Rimini Protect.

Western Downs Regional Council has gone live with the first phase of its digital programme. Implementing TechnologyOne’s OneCouncil SaaS ERP solution for Finance, Supply Chain Management, Enterprise Content Management and Enterprise Budgeting in less than eight months, on time and on budget.

Financial Reports


SAP announced its results for Q2, ending June 30th 2023. Key figures include the following:

  • Total revenue rose 5% to €7,554 million
  • Cloud and Software revenue rose 5% to €6,505 million
  • Cloud Revenue rose 19% to €3,316 million
  • S/HANA Cloud revenue rose 74% to €823 million
  • IFRS operating profit is up 28%, non-IFRS operating profit is up 23% and up 28% at constant currencies

Christian Klein, CEO, commented, “This has been another strong quarter. We see significant opportunities ahead, in particular through the transformative power of AI. We are focused on delivering SAP Business AI that’s relevant, reliable, and responsible, and we see significant possibilities for market expansion through these technologies and new premium offerings.”


ECI Software Solutions launched Spruce eCommerce, an innovative eCommerce solution purpose-built for lumber and building materials (LBM) and hardlines businesses’ unique needs. ECI Software Solutions also launched Deacom Essentials, a new cost-effective, a la carte Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) offering that supports small – and medium-sized business (SMBs) customers.

NetSuite unveiled NetSuite 2023 Release 2. It delivers improvements to NetSuite Account reconciliation, makes paying invoices easier, adds a new SaaS metrics dashboard and introduces enhancements to Suite Tax.

Odoo published details of how its solution can support ZATCA Phase II requirements for Saudi Arabia E-Invoicing.

Simpro Premium 23.3.2 includes a new Job CSV Export form, and the Asset Test History Report. This now has an additional filter for Zones that allows for extra flexibility and makes the asset testing process more efficient for specific workflows. There are several other updates as well.

ERP news from the week beginning 26th June 2023



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