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Timo ELLIOTT

I had the honor of presenting at the QITCOM 2017 conference in Doha, Qatar. It’s the fourth edition of Qatar’s information and communication technology exhibition and conference and Qatar’s biggest digital event, organized at the Qatar

At this week’s SAP Insider BI2017 / HANA2017 event in Orlando, Florida, SAP customers explained that the key success factor behind their migration projects to SAP Suite on HANA and S/4HANA was earlier successful proof of

It’s the SAPInsider conference this week in Orlando Florida, with co-hosted conferences BI2017, HANA 2017 and Basis & SAP Administration 2017. Rizal Ahmed, President of Wellesley Information Services, kicked off the conference. He talked about

Current economic conditions around the world provide a good foundation for growth. But unprecedented levels of market uncertainty mean that organizations have to be ready to change strategy faster than ever before. Growth around the

The NBA is the #1 global sports league — and analytics is helping make it even better. The NBA London Global Games 2017 were held last week, accompanied by an NBA-sponsored Leaders Meet: Innovation technology

The latest Digitalist Magazine Executive Quarterly covers the big changes we can expect as artificial intelligence enters the workplace. Computers have long helped us with our analytic tasks at work. But new technology options mean

Artificial intelligence is gaining traction faster than anybody imagined — quickly knocking down the dominoes of complex tasks that computers have long struggled with. For example, in April this year Wired Magazine ran an article

I’d like to try to tempt you to take part in a New-Yorker-style cartoon caption contest. I’m an amateur cartoonist, on themes like analytics, innovation, social media, and marketing (they’ve been featured in places a diverse

We’re now clearly in an exponential technology world. Each year brings the same amount of innovation as the previous several years — and the human brain finds it hard to imagine the consequences. For perhaps

Data is at the very core of the business models of the future – and this means wrenching change for some organizations. We tend to think of our information systems as a foundation layer that