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"Out Of Unplanned Disruption Comes New Opportunity – A Snakehead Story" by Duy Nguyen

by Debbie Wilson  |  July 1, 2020

In 2002, the first snakehead fish was found in a pond in Crofton, Maryland.  By 2020, this destructive invasive species could be found all over the U.S. East Coast from...

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“Solving all our ERP problems through solution replacement… or not” by Denis Torii

by Debbie Wilson  |  May 8, 2020

Throughout these last 4 years at Gartner, I had the opportunity to interact with a big bulk of clients that were facing a diversity of challenges with their ERP applications....

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"Getting Back to Normal" by Paul Schenck

by Debbie Wilson  |  April 29, 2020

The shutdowns related to the pandemic have been going on for weeks now. People are anxious to get back to normal. Getting back to normal will help the economy. This...

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Cloud-Native Isn’t Edge-Native

by Tom Bittman  |  April 17, 2020

Applications or parts of applications that operate near the edge are not the same as applications that thrive in the hyperscale cloud. In the same way that lifting and shifting...

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"Crisis or Business As Usual? Conway’s Law for Today" by Tim Faith

by Debbie Wilson  |  April 6, 2020

Conway’s Law (not actually a “law” law, but one of “those” geeky laws) posits that “organizations that design systems are constrained to produce designs which are a copy of the...

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"The 2020 ERP Software Market: Rocky times ahead, but hopefully a temporary setback" by Chris Pang

by Debbie Wilson  |  March 23, 2020

Spring is in the air in the northern hemisphere, and for the first few months of the year we’ve been working on updating our annual ERP market share assessment. This...

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"Virtual Reality Meets the Daunting Age of Worldwide Epidemic" by Duy Nguyen

by Debbie Wilson  |  March 9, 2020

Recently I was able to acquire an Oculus Quest.  I must admit I have never been much of a fan with Virtual / Augmented Reality myself.  This perspective certainly changed...

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"Gauche, Gauche, Gauche. The Problem of Pro-CESS" by Paul Saunders

by Debbie Wilson  |  February 24, 2020

Process – noun. Middle English from Latin processus (progression, course) Etymology and Entomology are often confused. Etymology (the study of words) fascinates me. Entomology (the study of things that make...

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"Valentine's Day is here, are you in love with your ERP?" by Paul Schenck

by Debbie Wilson  |  February 14, 2020

Many people have their own unique wedding anniversary or other significant day (first date, first kiss, engagement, etc.) that is important in their relationship. It is their special day. However, there...

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"ERP, the Future of Applications, and the Composable Enterprise" by Mike Guay

by Debbie Wilson  |  January 27, 2020

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when someone says “ERP?” Probably not “innovative and flexible.” ERP suites of the past weren’t designed to be either. Gartner coined the...

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