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Esker Partners, Invests in B/2BNOW in Support of SAP S/4HANA Cloud ERP

MIDDLETON, Wis.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Esker, a worldwide leader in AI-driven process automation solutions and pioneer in cloud computing, today announced a strategic partnership with Wisconsin-based B/2BNOW, a leading provider of electronic data interchange (EDI) solutions for the SAP S/4HANA Cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. The partnership is focused on providing better automation and an improved experience on S/4HANA and helping customers prepare for the transition from SAP’s legacy ERP business suite, of which SAP is discontinuing support by 2025.

“The SAP ecosystem is very important to our business and the customers who rely on SAP, and we recognize the significance of the new S/4HANA platform,” said Steve Smith, COO at Esker. “As a leader in process automation solutions, our goal in partnering with and investing in B/2BNOW is to contribute to the success of the SAP ecosystem and increase adoption of S/4HANA by SAP users.”

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Alibaba Boosts Cloud Services, Investing $28 Billion More

Earlier today, tech giant Alibaba announced that it is investing $28 billion in its cloud computing unit due to demand surge. The company highlighted that it’s a crucial division that will help its future growth outlook.

The company said that the money will be allocated to infrastructures and developing technology that is related to its operations. The e-commerce giant confirmed that most of the funds will focus on its operating systems, networks, servers, and even chips.

In a statement, Jeff Zhang, head of Alibaba Cloud Intelligence, discussed the impact of the pandemic on the digital landscape. Zhang said that it has stressed the overall economy but also shifted the focus to the digital economy.

The technology company is the largest cloud computing provider in mainland China. However, the company still trails behind the likes of Amazon and Microsoft in the global market shares.

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20 Free, Cloud and Open Source Business Intelligence Software in 2020 – Reviews, Features, Pricing, Comparison



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The State Of Cloud Business Intelligence, 2020

  • 54% of enterprises say cloud business intelligence (BI) is either critical or very important to their current and future strategies.
  • Microsoft Azure is the most preferred Public Cloud BI provider by enterprises today.
  • Enterprises’ interest and adoption in Cloud BI is accelerating due to the COVID-19 pandemic making work-from-home the new normal.
  • Public Cloud BI adoption plans in North America lead all other regions globally.
  • Google Analytics and Salesforce are the top third-party connectors for cloud BI in 2020, according to the study.

These and other insights are from a fascinating study recently published by Dresner Advisory Services’ 2020 Cloud Computing and Business Intelligence Market Study. The 9th annual report focuses on end-user deployment trends and attitudes toward cloud computing and business intelligence (BI), defined as the technologies, tools, and solutions that rely on one or more cloud deployment models. “We began tracking interest in and adoption

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The State Of Cloud Business Intelligence, 2019

  • An all-time high 48% of organizations say cloud BI is either “critical” or “very important” to their operations in 2019.
  • Marketing & Sales place the greatest importance on cloud BI in 2019.
  • Small organizations of 100 employees or less are the most enthusiastic, perennial adopters and supporters of cloud BI.
  • The most preferred cloud BI providers are Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure.

These and other insights are from Dresner Advisory Services’ 2019 Cloud Computing and Business Intelligence Market Study. The 8th annual report focuses on end-user deployment trends and attitudes toward cloud computing and business intelligence (BI), defined as the technologies, tools, and solutions that rely on one or more cloud deployment models. What makes the study noteworthy is the depth of focus around the perceived benefits and barriers for cloud BI, the importance of cloud BI, and current and planned usage.

“We began tracking and analyzing the

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