Peter Sayer

Senior Editor

Peter Sayer covers enterprise applications for CIO.com.

Moving ERP to the cloud? Expect delays

Arapahoe County develops document system into beneficial platform

Arapahoe County develops document system into beneficial platform

Arapahoe County developed HSconnects to process benefits claims faster. And by productizing the platform, it’s not just helping the needy; it’s helping its neighbors, too.

Tableau adds natural language interface, streamlines data prep

Tableau adds natural language interface, streamlines data prep

With the latest update, Tableau users can type plain English queries to generate data visualizations, further lowering analytics’ barrier to entry

UCSD shifts from Cobol to real-time data streaming

UCSD shifts from Cobol to real-time data streaming

At the University of California San Diego, CIO Vince Kellen is taking a modular, incremental approach to replacing Cobol applications with modern ERP systems in a quest to give analysts real-time access to data.

Carrefour modernizes food traceability with blockchain

Carrefour modernizes food traceability with blockchain

Blockchain is helping the supermarket chain track the provenance of its food products, but knowing your supply chain inside out is the key to making the most of the technology.

Top 12 BI tools of 2019

Top 12 BI tools of 2019

It’s not always easy choosing a business intelligence tool to meet the needs of your enterprise. Here are 12 that could work for you.

Inside Western Digital’s massive cloud ERP migration

Inside Western Digital’s massive cloud ERP migration

A three-company merger has given Western Digital CIO Steve Phillpott a unique lens on moving ERP to the cloud. Here are his key takeaways.

Workday CIO on tackling SaaS debt and sprawl

Workday CIO on tackling SaaS debt and sprawl

Configure your software, don’t customize it — but make sure you have the skills available to do it well: That’s the advice of Workday CIO Diana McKenzie

SAP’s big Qualtrics buy: It’s all about your customers

SAP’s big Qualtrics buy: It’s all about your customers

SAP’s $8 billion acquisition of Qualtrics may help put customer experience on the CIO’s agenda.

Tableau talks up natural language interface for creating visualizations

Tableau talks up natural language interface for creating visualizations

BI vendor seeks to simplify and automate data analysis as part of a growing trend toward injecting AI capabilities into BI tools.

Making sense of IBM-Red Hat in the multi-cloud era

Making sense of IBM-Red Hat in the multi-cloud era

IBM’s bid to buy Red Hat will see it integrating rivals’ cloud infrastructures, luring new clients to the cloud, and potentially kicking off an industry-wide series of cloud mergers.

Oracle puts AI center stage at OpenWorld

Oracle puts AI center stage at OpenWorld

Oracle is injecting machine learning into its offerings to improve payment processing, expense accounting, and hiring — and has launched subscription management services for its customers’ customers.

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