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BP IT chief: we became too reliant on third parties

The energy giant is in the middle of a massive IT transformation, moving towards cloud services, upskilling its employees and reassessing its relationship with third party partners

Tommy Hilfiger wants to become a software company

PVH Europe, the European subsidiary of the American fashion giant that owns brands like Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein, is drastically transforming the way it makes and sells its clothing

How Centrica got to grips with Couchbase

The utilities giant had a long and winding road with the NoSQL database and its N1QL query language, here’s the lessons it learnt along the way.

Change management issues derail Northern Gas Networks' S/4HANA migration

The gas distributor has had to delay its planned migration to SAP's next generation ERP suite in order to get its change management process right

Splunk enters the IoT market with Industrial Asset Intelligence

The machine data specialists are entering the highly-competitive predictive analytics market for IoT

Rolls-Royce gets into the data and analytics business with R2 Data Labs launch

The British engine-maker has launched a standalone business unit to help customers make better use of data and analytics from their industrial assets

Renault follows in Nissan's tracks with global Workday rollout for HR

The French carmaker is following its strategic partner Nissan in rolling out cloud HR software from Workday, and it has learned some lessons from its Japanese compatriot

How industry 4.0 could 're-shore' manufacturing closer to home

Speaking at Huawei Eco-Connect in Berlin this week, Professor Dr Detlef Zühlke says that demand for mass customisation will lead to the shortening of the logistics chain

DHL continues IoT drive with latest Huawei pilot

Speaking with Computerworld UK, DHL CIO Dr Markus Voss explains how its latest IoT pilot with Huawei fits in with the logistics company's wider digital programme

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