Peter Sayer

Senior Editor

Peter Sayer covers enterprise applications for CIO.com.

Northwell Health’s new HR cloud faced early COVID test

‘Rise with SAP’: SAP bets on migrating your ERP to its cloud

‘Rise with SAP’: SAP bets on migrating your ERP to its cloud

Christian Klein says SAP’s new business transformation as a service offering will reduce TCO. Users groups are skeptical given sketchy details.

CarMax’s product-based approach to IT pays off

CarMax’s product-based approach to IT pays off

CIO Shamim Mohammad years ago laid the groundwork for fast-tracking an omnichannel sales platform despite the pandemic, by embracing cross-functional product teams.

Top 12 BI tools of 2021

Top 12 BI tools of 2021

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.

Rémy Cointreau ports SAP to the cloud to help sell more cognac

Rémy Cointreau ports SAP to the cloud to help sell more cognac

The French liquor company blended its two SAP instances and migrated them to Google’s cloud to gain a better understanding of its customers.

SAP rolls out RPA, low-code tools to help cut dev debt

SAP rolls out RPA, low-code tools to help cut dev debt

At its annual developer conference, SAP rolled out not one but three new automation technologies, hoping to recruit citizen developers to its platform.

The biggest enterprise technology M&A deals of 2020

The biggest enterprise technology M&A deals of 2020

It’s been such a noisy year that many enterprise technology acquisitions have passed almost unnoticed. Salesforce.com’s $27.7 billion offer for Slack, though, serves as a reminder how active the merger market has been.

With Hyperforce, Salesforce embraces the public cloud

With Hyperforce, Salesforce embraces the public cloud

Salesforce is letting CIOs choose where they run its software, easing compliance with data protection and data sovereignty laws.

With IT salaries dropping, some hard-earned skills still pay

With IT salaries dropping, some hard-earned skills still pay

Employers are still willing to pay highly skilled IT staff a premium — but certification is making much less of a difference than it used to, a study shows.

Sweetwater Sound retunes in-house tech for expansion

Sweetwater Sound retunes in-house tech for expansion

SVP of IT Jason Johnson sings the praises of in-house development as the musical instrument retailer rebuilds homegrown CRM and warehouse management systems for microservices.

Oracle fine-tunes Fusion Cloud for new world of work

Oracle fine-tunes Fusion Cloud for new world of work

The Fusion Cloud ERP suite gains new supply-chain and workplace management features to meet post-pandemic needs.

Microsoft Ignite showcases first Project Cortex AI tool for SharePoint

Microsoft Ignite showcases first Project Cortex AI tool for SharePoint

Civil engineering firm Mott McDonald has been testing SharePoint Syntex, the first product to come out of Microsoft’s Project Cortex proving ground for AI-based content management tools.

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