Enterprise 2.0

Amid the PayPal and Google news over the last day, you might have missed out on some interesting mobile developments. BlackBerry App Store: Finance & Banking Offerings The new BlackBerry application store (with payments by PayPal) is just being rolled out. The Finance & Banking section features Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Fidelity, eTrade and […]

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Sigurd Rinde believes that double entry accounting is a root cause of the current economic calamity. He's got a point. Check this out: [except – read the whole post here] Is there a root cause? And if so, why is it not discussed? So why is it not discussed? Because sometimes we take some things […]

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Please support my efforts to reference check SaaS ERP vendors Intacct and NetSuite on behalf of a Web 2.0 client. Do you have any success stories? Horror stories? Particularly interested in feedback on ease of integration/APIs and customer support. Got insight? Please email me and I will call you back for a quick chat.

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A conversation with Léo Apotheker, co-CEO and a member of the Executive Board of SAP AG and Andrew Mcafee of the Technology and Operations Management Unit at Harvard Business School on Charlie Rose (aired Jan 6th)   On IT within the Financial Services industry: LEO APOTHEKER:  And you know, what you said about financial institutions […]

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The NYTimes interviews leading Silicon Valley VCs and finds that while Web 2.0 enthusiasm is waning, interest in SaaS Enterprise applications is growing. Instead, venture capitalists will invest in open-source software, Web-based software, Internet-based cloud computing and virtualization software that lets companies use less hardware to run applications. “Oracle, Microsoft and all of that will […]

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