UK businesses are spending £12bn annually on advanced analytics compared with £58bn in the US, with respective increases of 26% and 25% expected by 2020.
UCAS, the UK’s shared admissions service for higher education, has implemented MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform™ to underpin its ongoing digital transformation.
Blue Yonder has partnered with Morrisons to optimise replenishment and automate ordering of 26,000 ambient and long-life product SKUs in all its 491 stores.
Talend has released the findings of a survey of 169 IT decision makers, indicating big data, analytics and governance top the list of priorities in 2017. The findings show real-time analytics, metadata management, and self-service data access make up nearly 70 percent of the projects IT leaders intend to execute in 2017, as they get their data in shape to pursue artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning in the future.
For the first time, security surpasses availability to become the number-one priority for application deployment as organisations move to the cloud.
Enterprises relying on the mainframe struggle to deliver application improvements at the speed of today’s digital business and run the risk of not meeting customer experience and product expectations, according to a new commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Compuware Corporation. Fortunately, enterprises can successfully address these challenges by applying proven DevOps best practices to their mainframe environments.
Flytoget opens new possibilities for integration and generating new business opportunities with IT infrastructure overhaul.
RIMAC partners with IBM to develop an application customized to the needs of its field agents, significantly improving the quality and speed of insurance inspections.
Liquidware Labs says that Harper Macleod - Scotland’s Law Firm of the Year, 2016 - has purchased ProfileUnity with FlexApp to deliver a seamless user experience across their physical, virtual and mobile desktops.
Biggest change to the cheque clearing industry in a generation.
Licensees find existing on-premise applications “meet business needs” and cite “high licensing and maintenance costs” and “no strong business case” as top reasons for not migrating to Oracle Cloud/Fusion applications.
Report identifies gap between IT and senior management expectations.
Software AG’s Digital Business Platform accelerates Kiabi’s cross-channel strategy.
Enterprise technology spending to double to more than £1 trillion by 2025.
ACS Solutions GmbH (ACS) is using ExtraHop to deliver critical insight around the performance of their hosted applications, including Microsoft NAV and Microsoft CRM which together account for more than half of ACS’ annual revenue.