Looking to gain mindshare and revenue in the booming global industrial sector, Microsoft hosted nine disruptive startups at the world’s largest manufacturing event in yet another example of how Microsoft’s innovative go-to-market strategies have become an enormous factor in its rise to the top.
When Dean Del Vecchio joined 159-year-old Guardian Life Insurance as a top executive five years ago, he discovered that the company’s first policy-administration system was still functioning.
If it’s true that your enemies are a good reflection of who you are, then it’s clear that Salesforce is a customer-company dynamo. Three of the world’s most-powerful companies have high hopes of carving into the huge market shares and growth rates that Salesforce has earned over the past decade as the undisputed king of CRM.
Large businesses are accelerating their cloud commitments so dramatically that they’ve begun “pulling” Microsoft into new areas. The CFO of Microsoft’s commercial business recently told investors that “I don’t know if I would go so far as to say limitless, but there’s a lot of runway.”
Below is a lightly edited transcript of my conversation with Murad Senior Director Rishabh Sinha. Rishabh’s full title is Senior Director, IT Enterprise Applications. For skincare icon Murad LLC, Rishabh focuses on creating consensus-based enterprise solutions that are scalable, adaptable, and synchronized with evolving business needs.
The first quarter is drawing to a close. 2019 is shaping up to be an explosive year for the world’s top cloud-computing vendors. So here’s a question for each company in my Cloud Wars Top 10 ranking.
Whatever level of commercial success the self-driving Oracle Autonomous Database ultimately achieves, it has surely already become the most highly touted and heavily hyped bet-the-company product ever introduced by Oracle—and perhaps by any tech company. That’s all fine—it’s part of the high-intensity world we live in here in 2019. Just five months ago Oracle chairman Larry