Tags: Europe

Before and after – Article 50 and the European supply chain

The British decision to leave the European Union has left many businesses – both UK and pan-European – in a state of shock.  The short-term fluctuations in currency and markets have given way to a profound sense of uncertainty. Political arguments continue and businesses try to prepare for an ever-increasing range of various scenarios. Amidst…

Unit4 boosted by Jeremy Roche CPO role

Unit4 has announced that Jeremy Roche, former CEO of FinancialForce will rejoin the senior management team as Chief Product Officer. He takes over from Ivo Totev who is stepping down from the role after a two month handover. Roche served as COO at Unit4, for the first three years he was CEO at FinancialForce. He…

Workday President Chano Fernandez talks culture

In January 2014 Chano Fernandez joined Workday to be the EMEA & APJ President at Workday. He is responsible for the entire Go to Market organizations including, Sales & Marketing, Services, Presales, Operations and Partners. Enterprise Times had the opportunity to talk to Chano about a range of subjects including Workday’s expansion plans, the culture at…

Tableau to host data in Europe

Tableau has announced that it is to open up its first data centre in Europe for customers. With more than 50% of Tableau’s 3000+ Tableau Online customer base located outside the US there has been growing pressure from them to open a data centre in Europe so that they can host their data within the EU.…

Huawei readies Big Data solution for Europe

In a brief press release Huawei has announced that Huawei FusionInsight has been awarded an “ePrivacy Seal” from ePrivacy for compliance with both EU and German data protection laws and regulations. FusionInsight is Huawei’s Hadoop based enterprise grade DaaS (Data-as-a-Service) platform. With the announcement of the ePrivacy Seal they will no doubt hope to convince…

NetSuite Q3 good but Zach forecasts doom

Zach Nelson, CEO NetSuite announced that NetSuite’s strong third quarter results and added a positive outlook for the whole year.  Revenues were up 34% year on year to $192.8 million, though when considering the Bronto acquisition this figure drops down to 29%. Cash flow  has also been boosted from $16.3 million last year for the…

The European Court of Justice has issued a data ruling that threatens to have far reaching consequences for companies operating across Europe. The original case might seem obscure to many and have little initial impact on their business. Case C-230/14 Weltimmo s.r.o v Nemzeti Adatvédelmi és Információszabadság Hatóság is unlikely to have crossed any corporate…