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Progress Report - Workday Innovation Summit 2019 - Workday doubles down on AI and Skills
"On the concern side, Workday’s move to the public cloud is … slow. When asked, Bhusri foresees probably two more hardware refresh cycles in the Workday data centers… translated, that means he sees full public cloud 4-6 years out. Operationally that maybe fine, but from the AI / ML perspective obstructional to implement any deep learning on customer data. Workday is to a certain point lucky, as HR and Finance are somewhat moving slower than e.g. Commerce, IoT etc. I also missed (at least a demo refresh / update) on voice as the new UX, as this is most transformation for the sporadic nature of HCM interactions.
ai  analyst  meeting  analytics  artificial  intelligence  constellation  research  finance  hcm  holger  mueller  innovation  machine  learning  nextgenerp  workday 
4 weeks ago by jonerp
Elevating Customer and Influencer Marketing
"With these changes, create collaborative programs between these two functions. It is hard to imagine an activity that would build more trust and credibility than making it easy for customers and influencers to engage with each other—both in structured meetings and unstructured conversations and activities. Jon Reed from diginomica shared a story recently of one example of this that blew me away But, why are these things, that make so much sense when you hear about them, the exception rather than the rule?"
uncategorized  analyst  relations  customer  marketing  references  influencer  organization 
november 2018 by jonerp
Progress Report - ADP Analyst Day 2018 - Things are looking up
"ADP product portfolio gets stronger and stronger, now it has to prove itself in practice. Following the roll out waves in 2019 will be key for prospects and customers. The ability to have payroll managers configure, change and operate a payroll are innovative, at least of the scale that ADP needs to support. The team approach of Liffion is equally key, as teams are the org units that make and break enterprise success. And for that, very little has been done in the past to support teams and their leaders."
adp  analyst  meeting  constellation  research  hcm  holger  mueller  hr  core  nextgenhcm  payroll  progress  report  talent  management 
september 2018 by jonerp
Talking Competition: Methinks Thou Doth Protest Too Much.
"I think ceding builds your credibility, but you need to be careful and precise in so doing so. To take an old example, from BusinessObjects days:

Bad/sloppy: Brio is doing pretty well.
Good/careful: Brio is doing pretty well — in the USA, with companies where the end-users have a strong voice in the process, and they prioritize UI over security and administration."
analyst  relations  competition  marketing  uncategorized  blindside  hit  communications  competitive  credibility  industry  analysts  investor 
may 2018 by jonerp
Progress Report - SAP SuccesFactors - More SAP (technology)
"SuccessFactors is making progress, but the pace seems to be glacial. Realistically using more of SAP technology, a good decision overall, means even more ‘plumbing’ work by R&D resources vs. ‘sun deck’ work (building SaaS capabilities). But it is an investment SAP should make, with the expectation of better productivity and more functionality being shipped in a few years – latest."
analyst  meeting  constellation  research  future  of  work  futureofwork  holger  mueller  mobile  nextgen  hcm  payroll  sap  successfactors  talent  management 
may 2018 by jonerp
The One Thing to Always Do When Mentioned in Analyst Research - by @barnes_hank
"When you don’t do this, everything is reactive. I still remember a situation where there was a competitive POC bake-off. Both my firm and the competitor were featured in “the best place” in an analyst report. The competitor was slightly better positioned. Despite winning the bake-off, the sales team had to defend the placement. But they had not context."
go-to-market  analyst  relations  magic  quadrant  research  sales  enablement 
january 2018 by jonerp
Global HR Matters - How to get there - Part 1 - Why global is challenging, but critically important - by @holgermu
"On the software side, Global HR software on the contrary though, does exist, but as one can imagine it is a challenge to create and even more to maintain this kind of software. For an HR software vendor to be in the ‘Global HR’ system business, the vendor needs to understand the local content, the legislation and best practices that govern each of the countries the vendors wants to support."
analyst  firms  best  practices  constellation  research  futurists  global  hr  globalization  hcm  holger  mueller  nextgen  strategic  advisor 
july 2016 by jonerp
How a Forrester analyst thinks about the robots taking your job
"How many and which jobs are at risk?

To answer this question, you need to know what jobs people have now. The Bureau of Labor Statistics neatly tabulates and publishes this analysis every year. Start with that, and you can analyze all the major job categories and get an estimate that’s far more interesting than the guesses of the the optimist, pessimist, and the realist."
academic  media  analyst  automation  forrester  research  j.p.  gownder  robots 
august 2015 by jonerp
Please Give Me a 10:  Interpreting Customer Satisfaction Surveys in an Era of Biasn - by @kellblog
"So you make do and ask vendors for a list of customers to survey. You get a lot of data you can analyze and put into reports and/or awards. More disturbingly, you can build your special two-by-two quadrant or concentric circle diagram leveraging the data your survey, lending it more legitimacy."
analyst  relations  csat  cx  cxm  marketing  surveys 
june 2015 by jonerp

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