Tags: analytics

Knoa sees massive acceleration

Knoa Software has announced 512% growth year on year for its cloud-based subscription service. It has also nearly doubled its perpetual license revenue. This phenomenal growth indicates the value of its User Experience Management (UEM) software for SAP installations. Part of that growth is attributed to SAP, who rebrand the Knoa software SAP UEM. SAP…

DJO Global turns cost to revenue with analytics “Ferrari”

Infor Birst has announced that DJO Global, a medical device provider has implemented Birst Cloud analytics platform. Many companies implementing analytics solutions pay the fees, implement the tools, analyze the data and identify where costs can be trimmed, revenues uplifted and therefore profits raised. DJO Global has taken it a step further by choosing to…

Stop leaking money – start analysing your contracts

Your organisation is wasting money. Hard-earned money that could be spent on other things. Money that’s rightfully yours. A little strong? I don’t think so. Here’s why. Your procurement and commercial teams spend hours negotiating the pricing components of your supplier contracts. However, once those contracts are signed, where do they go? You might proactively…

Colorado looks to end years of hurt with Salesforce

Salesforce has announced it will deploy Salesforce Service Cloud and Salesforce Analytics in the State of Colorado to replace the existing Colorado Benefits Management Solution (CBMS) that has had a history of issues. That legacy system was commissioned in 2000 from EDS. In 2011 Fukami and McCubbery wrote a paper “Colorado Benefits Management System (C):…

Tableau goes hyper speedy in new release

Tableau has announced the general availability of Tableau 10.5. This latest release sees the roll out of Hyper, its new data engine technology. It also sees the introduction of a new visualization tool: Viz Tooltip and Tableau server for Linux as well as other enhancements. Francois Ajenstat, Chief Product Officer at Tableau commented: “With Hyper…

Aptean delves into sentiment analysis with acquisition of TheySay

Aptean has announced the acquisition of TheySay. London based TheySay provides an analytics platform that delivers insights based on sentiment of text used on the web. It is Aptean’s 15th acquisition since 2015 and follows the acquisitions of Jurisdiction Online and Connect last month. Aptean has worked with TheySay previously. The startup was established by…

Jupiter Asset Management chooses iTrent for HRM

MHR has announced that Jupiter Asset Management has selected iTrent to manage its people challenges. Investment firm Jupiter Asset Management will use the cloud-based HR solution for talent management, payroll and analytics. Jupiter Asset Management is a UK centric operation with nearly 497 employees (2016 Report and Accounts). Of these, 71 are in the investment…

iCabbi are growing up with Oracle platform

The world of passenger transportation is changing. ET spoke to Ian McDonald, Senior Business Analyst of iCabbi at Oracle OpenWorld. iCabbi is a software company for taxi firms that you might use but haven’t heard of. It is a fast growing startup that develops booking and dispatch software for the Taxi and Private Hire industry. From…

Microsoft and SAP get even closer

Microsoft and SAP have announced an expansion to their partnership.  There are several components of the announcement that will see the companies go to market jointly. There are four components to the extended agreement: Microsoft will deploy S/4HANA to run its internal finance operation. SAP will move its key internal systems to Microsoft Azure. The companies…

Praveen Asthana on marketing in Cybersecurity

Enterprise Times caught up with Praveen Asthana, CMO at Forcepoint on his 100th day at the company.  We spoke about what brought him to Forcepoint and in what direction he will take their marketing. He also revealed where Forcepoint are finding their new talent from.  He talked about the challenges of being a CMO and…