Links to (and comments on) interesting stuff.
Good systems, well implemented, make for better companies.
Well, let's hope so. The ERP market is a much larger one. But Workday is nearly fifteen years old, and their financial systems have been out for a decade (and for years Aneel Bushri has regularly pointed to this potential).
A comparison of digital and traditional organizations, focusing on how Singapore's DBS Bank built a digital culture. Named the "world's best bank" by Global Financial magazine in 2018, and was the first Asian bank to be named "world's best bank" by Euromoney in 2019. DBS runs Oracle PeopleSoft financials, integrated with Coupa.
Expanding on this summer's announcement of the Oracle and Microsoft Cloud Partnership for enterprise applications.
I would add Joseph Weizenbaum's Computer Power and Human Reason to this list. But, if you don't have the time to read seven or eight books to give you perspective on AI, you can watch John Landry give this Babson College lecture from earlier this year. In a little over an hour you will understand the promise of and issues with ML and AI, and know more than enough to deal with any vendor sales person.