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Zoho at a crossroads: Stepping up means stepping out
"Zoho, on the other hand, has been successful and managed to maintain their culture and the loyalty of their customers and employees without a lot of business model transformation. They will continue to grow with that outlier model for a while yet, I would think. Past experience says that they probably will reach that limit in two or three years — but I don’t put anything beyond them, including accomplishing a lot more without changing the model."
business  featured  posts  technology  software  zoho  one  zoholics 
april 2018 by jonerp
10 Charts That Will Change Your Perspective On Artificial Intelligence’s Growth - by @louiscolumbus
"Machine Learning, Deep Learning and Natural Language Processing (NLP) are the three most in-demand skills on Monster.com. Just two years ago NLP had been predicted to be the most in-demand skill for application developers creating new AI apps. In addition to skills creating AI apps, machine learning techniques, Python, Java, C++, experience with open source development environments, Spark, MATLAB, and Hadoop are the most in-demand skills. Based on an analysis of Monster.com entries as of today, the median salary is $127,000 in the U.S. for Data Scientists, Senior Data Scientists, Artificial Intelligence Consultants and Machine Learning Managers."
business  technology  software  ai  startups  artificial  intelligence  byline=louis  columbus  louis  machine  learning  stanford  one  hundred  year  study  on  (ai100)  university 
january 2018 by jonerp
Develop the Full Story–Then Shorten It - by @barnes_hank
"irst, develop your “full length” story, using our recommended format:

Situation (without you)
Impact (The case for change)
Resolution (How you help them change) format

Once you have that full story, you’ll often discover key points that really stand out. Make a list of all of these. Then start your brainstorming for the catchy elements from there. The list probably will include elements throughout the story. You may discover that you win by focusing on the customer need, not your product or service. In other cases, the way you do something may be the most prominent."
go-to-market  messaging  one  liner  progressive  engagement  storytelling  tagline  usp 
september 2017 by jonerp
Is SAP Still in SMB Stealth Mode? Watch Out, Changes are Looming
"But this is not a “one size fits all” solution. SAP also offers SAP Business One and SAP ByDesign. Up until recently, it also marketed Business All in One, but in fact that was/is not a separate product. It was a version of SAP ERP packaged with industry templates and best practices, purportedly designed to simplify the implementation, thereby making SAP ERP more digestible for the mid-market. Because it was essentially the same product but with a different name, it also added some confusion. SAP appears to be backing away from that branding. I think that is smart. Can SAP S/4HANA work for this midmarket? The answer is yes, particularly where that smaller, midsize company is a division of a large enterprise that has standardized on SAP solutions. But these will be the exceptions to the rule."
uncategorized  analytics  business  bydesign  one  cindy  jutras  cloud  digital  transformation  erp  mint  saas  sap  smb 
december 2016 by jonerp
Oracle Acquisition of NetSuite Is a Mixed Bag - by @fscavo
"Oracle took another step in its strategy of growth by acquisition by announcing a bid for NetSuite. But apart from helping Oracle in its race with Salesforce.com to get to $10 billion in cloud revenues, what are the benefits of the deal to Oracle? How does it help NetSuite, and what does it mean to the broader marketplace? Looking at the big picture, there are certainly benefits, but there are also several concerns."
crm  selection  erp  acumatica  business  one  cloud  financialforce  intacct  netsuite  oracle  rootstock 
august 2016 by jonerp
Women Technologists Tell How to Succeed at Diversity, Inclusion
"The picture is not all rosy. In a March 2015 report, the American Association of University Women (AAUW) discovered a troubling trend: While the number of women entering the engineering field grew to 12 percent from 9 percent between 1990 and 2013, those taking computer and mathematical occupations fell to 26 percent from 35 percent in that period, AAUW found."
editor's  pick:  front  page  software  picks:  slider:  capital  one  cisco  diversity  engineers  grace  hopper  celebration  inclusion 
october 2015 by jonerp

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