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Virginia’s eProcurement Bureau Director to provide the client point of view with a regular column in the Procurement Insights Blog

August 28, 2012


The first time I had the pleasure of talking with Bob Sievert back in August 2007 was when he contacted me regarding a then recent post titled The Ariba Interviews: Re-engineering the Future of On-Demand? After introducing himself and sharing with me a brief overview of Virginia’s eVA initiative, Bob asked if I would be interested […]

Are enterprise software vendors becoming the new telephone companies of the cloud computing age?

February 22, 2012


Talking with an ever increasing number of both new as well as long established software/ERP vendors within the context of the cloud and the accelerated mobile reality of conducting business in a global marketplace, an interesting trend is emerging in terms of how these organizations are coming to a proverbial fork in the road relative […]

From Mobile Business Intelligence to Synchronized Execution: So you can take it with you after all!

January 31, 2012


“Gartner expects that 33 percent of BI functionality will be consumed via mobile devices by 2013.” from the June 29th, 2011 article “Business Intelligence and Mobile Devices Will Change Supply Chain Management” by Herman Mehling One of the first things that comes to mind when I hear the term mobile Business Intelligence or “BI” are […]