SAP HANA as a platform for the SAP Business Suite (‘Suite on HANA’) is a topic with very high relevance for both SAP users and SAP partners. In our new market insight “Evolution of ERP: SAP Business Suite powered by SAP HANA” we examine…
A few days ago, we had the pleasure to spend the morning with Gilles Grapinet and Charles Dehelly, Senior Executive Vice Presidents leading Atos alongside Thierry Breton.
For the first time, PAC will publish a PAC RADAR in three countries, UK, Germany and France. The PAC RADAR shows a visual representation of our assessment of IT service providers in a given market, and thus allow immediate comparison.
Clearly one of the best things about having an analyst and advisory company focused on emerging markets is that I have visibility and engagement across some of the most exciting markets in the globe for IT investment and innovation…
A Universal Cloud Client consists of computer hardware and/or computer software which relies on cloud computing for application and cloud services delivery through web browsers and independently of the client device.
In February, PAC was analyst partner to the CIO30 DACH – a three-day event gathering 30 CIOs from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. CIOs of companies such as Adidas, Credit Suisse, Danone or Merck participated.
The French telecom market is led by France Telecom/Orange, SFR, Bouygues Telecoms, and the newcomer Free/Iliad. Free is growing fast with a blend of low-cost pricing and innovation. Its arrival in the mobile market has shaken the rest of the players.
According to a record number of participants who took this year’s analyst value survey the firms that have become more influential this year are Gartner, Ovum, Forrester, HfS Research, Pierre Audoin Consultants, IDC and Frost and Sullivan.
For many years now, companies have been building large data warehouses. But simply storing more and more data is pointless. To provide value from the data, its interpretation and predictive value is crucial.
Latest thoughts on a European-wide carrier network consolidation, announced last week by France Telecom, Telefonica, Deutsche Telekom and Telecom Italia, might bring up further opportunities for other industries on mainland Europe.