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DataStax launches Astra Block - a new service aimed at helping developers more easily develop Web3 applications This article is sponsored by:

DataStax argues that distributed ledgers, or Web3 technologies, essentially result in a lot of event based data that is typically hard to tap into. But event based data is DataStax’s core strategy - and as such as launching Astra Block.

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Freshworks ends fiscal year on 34% revenue growth This article is sponsored by:

Freshworks heads into its new fiscal year on the back of continued growth and customer expansion.

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D-Day for digital, deckchairs and Dorries as UK Government introduces new science and tech state department This article is sponsored by:

The latest UK Government reshuffle of responsibilities gives digital to a new department. Good idea?

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The Britcoin - would a UK CBDC be cash’s last stand against private money? This article is sponsored by:

Decoding the Bank of England’s consultation document on creating a central bank digital currency (CBDC) - what’s the point of the digital pound?

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Infor CEO - ‘Our focus now is net new cloud wins, not just our existing install base’ This article is sponsored by:

Infor CEO Kevin Samuelson explains how the ERP vendor might not have the biggest brand when entering sales discussions, but hopes the company can win because of its vertical expertise.

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ESG start-ups - the rise of novel, not re-hashed, tech This article is sponsored by:

Spend a day listening to VC pitches and you’ll see some interesting concepts and business models. Spend a day checking out ESG-focused VC pitches and you see things that can make a huge impact on this Earth. Here’s my experience of such a pitch session and a glimpse where tech and capital should be going.

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ServiceMax CEO Neil Barua - like a ‘kid in a candy store’ under PTC ownership, but prioritizing value for customers This article is sponsored by:

Barua says that the capabilities now available to ServiceMax under PTC will mean a ‘new era’ for field service management. However, the CEO is acutely aware that laying the critical foundations is what is most important.

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Enterprise hits and misses - Google Cloud and AWS hit macro-economic speedbumps, AI gets use cases, and layoffs get questioned This article is sponsored by:

This week - Google Cloud and AWS are the latest to face the economic headwinds - what can we learn? Tech layoffs are everywhere - but are they the best response? Your whiffs include: Valentine's Day, via ChatGPT.

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Why Amazon's omni-channel retail ambitions in the grocery sector aren't looking so Fresh This article is sponsored by:

Amazon's long had big grocery ambitions, but in the Vaccine Economy, it's struggling to find an omni-channel selling point that works.

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Process mining reinvented - why a full end-to-end map of your business is needed This article is sponsored by: Celonis logo © Celonis

Execution management software took a huge step forward recently with the commercial introduction of object-centric process mining. Vaishnavi Sashikanth of Celonis explains how this technology and the company’s new Process Sphere™ provide a fuller, more holistic and more comprehensive view of business operations.

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Transformations in 2023 – how are ERP customers addressing cloud migrations? This article is sponsored by: ASUG logo transparent 250x150px

CEO Geoff Scott digs further ASUG’s Pulse of the SAP Customer 2022 results - providing insights on the imperative for ERPs to integrate while standardizing business processes, and the ongoing challenge to innovate.

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