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Salesforce delivers solid Q3, but co-CEO Bret Taylor's resignation steals the spotlight This article is sponsored by:

Bret Taylor is going back to his entrepreneurial roots, but what does that mean for Salesforce's direction in a turbulent economic climate?

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Retailers turn to data to ride out economic woes This article is sponsored by: Confluent logo

Can retailers weather the storm as the cost of living starts to bite? Richard Cudd of Confluent looks at the actions being taken by senior execs at big retailers who are getting the most from their data.

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IFS customers shed light on the core role of data in servitization and XaaS This article is sponsored by:

Manufacturing industry started building servitization business models even before the software industry discovered SaaS and XaaS. Connected data is central to both.

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Managing 400 TUI Resort Hotels with a central cloud data warehouse This article is sponsored by:

Use of Matillion ETL a key component of successful use of Snowflake for German leisure giant’s global hotel operation

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We need a real semantic layer - but something is missing This article is sponsored by:

Semantic layers have been around for a long time - but with underwhelming results. Is the concept outdated? No, but something it missing. In the big data era, we need to raise our data abstraction game.

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INGKA Group (IKEA) adopts Celonis to create ‘the perfect order’ This article is sponsored by:

INGKA Group is the franchise owner of IKEA retail and is using Celonis’ process mining technology to improve its order to cash processes.

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Enterprise-scale IoT is all about data — not tech This article is sponsored by: Samsara partner logo © Samsara

Today's fleet vehicles are bristling with connected technology that produces mass amounts of data. Before businesses brag about being data-driven, they have to make the right decisions based on those connections, writes Samsara's Max Eversfield.

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How to drive social impact in supply chains - the key is in a business community This article is sponsored by: coupa-logo

Leaders are being held directly accountable for the ESG impact of suppliers and subcontractors throughout their supply chain. Vincent Toesca of Coupa points to where the gaps are showing - and how to use the power of the business community.

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Another IRR in Excel? Why leaders prefer getting stuck in an elevator This article is sponsored by: Tercera logo transparent PNG 500x300px

When it comes to complex financial calculations, Excel falls short. Anand Pandya of Hakkoda unpacks why the modern data stack offers a more flexible approach to complex calculations when compared to Excel.

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Building the business case for more data This article is sponsored by: Software AG logo © Software AG

To be more digital, or not to be - that's not the question. Joshua Husk from Software AG breaks down the challenges - what it really means, and how to focus your transformation resources.

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Data overload is a real thing - can causal emergence reframe the problem? This article is sponsored by:

Data overload is a real problem, but we keep piling it on. After all, AI and machine learning require massive data sets. But are we framing the problem correctly? Causal emergence makes a different argument - and could impact the "big data" obsession.

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Running faster up the down escalator - a Marks & Spencer omni-channel transformation update, complete with ‘super app’ ambitions This article is sponsored by:

More personalization, a revamped Ocado proposition and a ‘super app’ to come - M&S’s management team provide an insight into omni-channel retail ambitions.

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Celonis seeks to embed sustainability data into the core of its customers’ operations This article is sponsored by:

Process mining vendor Celonis has announced new applications this week that aim to democratize sustainability data, allowing organizations to make better decisions.

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