Tags: SAP

BlackLine for UK Government

BlackLine has announced the availability of its software on G-Cloud 9. The successful application will mean that over 36,000 public sector organisations are able to purchase the financial automation software from the Digital Marketplace. The minimum term for any agreement is 36 months. BlackLine deliver four solution sets that public sector organisations can purchase. These…

Cognitive Procurement reaches across supply chains

Cognitive Procurement is the fancy name given by IBM and SAP Ariba as they form a global strategic alliance. This aims to redefine the sourcing-to-settlement cycle. Leveraging SAP Leonardo, IBM Watson technologies and SAP Ariba, the joint solutions bring together intelligence derived from procurement data with predictive insights obtained from unstructured information. The objective is…

SAP refocuses its Leonardo on digital innovation

For those who know, SAP Leonardo (Leonardo) was SAP’s brand for IoT. At Sapphire 2017 SAP has extended Leonardo to make IoT a part of the broader drive towards digital innovation. The concept is the combination of: Enablement of enterprises to innovate at scale. Enterprise business redefinition appropriate to a digital world. The key to…

SAP unveils Cloud Platform Blockchain service

SAP unveiled its Cloud Platform Blockchain service. This enables swift setup and management of blockchain nodes which will assist enterprises to start with an example application. The intention is that those enterprises be able to assess the potential of blockchain technology. Enterprises start by registering their willingness to collaborate with SAP and build jointly their…

Cloud-based blockchain for enterprises

Cloud-based blockchain technology to secure, share and track data across decentralised infrastructures within enterprises sounds magical. Gospel Technology claims to have this with the launch of Gospel Cloud Version 1, based on a private, permissioned distributed ledger system. “We’re living in a new data culture where information is the most vital asset for a business.…

SAP boosts Africa Code Week – so can you

SAP has announced that it is to support Africa Code Week as part of SuccessConnect in London. SAP will donate one euro for every tweet that includes both #SConnect17 and #AfricaCodeWeek until September 8, 2017. Interestingly, there does not seem to be an upper limit placed on the donation by the software giant. Many organisations…

REV Group shows SAP is alive and well

SAP has announced that REV Group has selected SAP S4/HANA to replace several legacy systems. It is looking to consolidate its systems on a single ERP solution. The project is massive and will update all 29 brands by the end of 2017. The project involves ThoughtFocus, a SAP S4/HANA partner. They recently announced the completion…

Michael Tabron talks SUSE, IBM Power and SAP HANA

Enterprise Times recently had the opportunity to sit down with Michael Tabron, Senior Marketing Manager, SUSE. He is responsible for the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and talked to us about the range of platforms and architectures on which it now runs. He surprised us at the beginning by saying that there is a version for…

NetSuite announces triple boost under Oracle

At the SuiteWorld 17 keynote in Las Vegas Jim McGeever laid out three pillars of investment for NetSuite under the Oracle ownership. Those three pillars are going global, SuitePeople and SuiteSuccess. First however he introduced Mark Hurd, CEO Oracle to allay some of the fears and rumours that have circulated since the acquisition. Oracle will…