Futurum’s lead analyst Shelly Kramer takes a look back at WalkMe’s year-end industry roundtable event which was held in December, offering insights into key announcements, the company’s overall growth, and WalkMe’s plans for 2022, which center on data, data, and more data.
Futurum Research principal analyst, Daniel Newman provides his take on the news coming out of the Splunk .Conf21 with several announcements in security, observability, platform, and partnerships to further their mission of turning data into doing.
Hansen’s Create-Deliver-Engage (CDE) suite is a set of software applications that aims to fulfill operator digital transformation objectives through tailored applications that are delivered through the Hansen Cloud. Futurum’s Ron Westfall assesses why Hansen’s CDE proposition provides the catalog-driven portfolio range and flexibility across the converged billing, CPQ, order management, and provisioning product domains to assure suite-wide innovation and first-tier influence in driving CSP digital transformation.
As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, countless organizations were forced along on their digital transformation journey. Forced to adapt to a distributed workplace whether they wanted to or not. And that’s brought about a great deal of change.
Futurum’s Shelly Kramer explores the technology solutions that IT teams are advocating for or evaluation for use within their organizations in order to unleash the potential of digital transformation.
The following are a few ways partnerships make a difference and how they can help further enable digital transformation in 2021.
In a $2.25 Billion move to stratify its modern digital workspace business, Citrix has reached a definitive agreement to acquire Wrike.
While technologists tout the coolest digital transformation trends for 2021, the following tech trends are keeping CMOs up at night.
Digital transformation is the key to achieving all your goals, so today we are taking a look at the five tips you need to use to digitally transform your communications.
Almost overnight, even the least tech literate companies were forced to move business to the cloud, buy collaboration platforms, and start using SaaS applications to keep their business running and their employees safe. But when we finally beat COVID-19, will things go back to how they were?