Joshua has over 30 years of experience in the industry as a computer programmer, systems analyst, author, consultant, and industry analyst. Having helped pioneer coverage of the enterprise software market in the late 1980s – following now-defunct companies like D&B and Cullinet, as well as the likes of Apple, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Sybase, among many others – he moved to Europe in 1991 and worked as an industry analyst and as European correspondent for Information Week and other industry publications. It was during this European tenure that he wrote the first technical analysis of SAP’s R/3 enterprise software suite, a move that helped establish him as a leading expert in the market. He founded Enterprise Applications Consulting in 1998 and have been a pioneering independent analyst and consultant ever since.
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Contributions from Joshua Greenbaum, Years 2004-2007
- SAP branches out to appease customers. Will the confusion end?
- The term APO is outdated. Is SCM worth our time?
- BW skills without domain expertise is not enough for employers
- What is the difference between mySAP and SAP R/3?
- Making a career switch to SAP: Weighing the career prospects in SAP BW vs. test services
- Disruptive innovators for the enterprise
- The true value of MDM
- Oracle's prophecy
- Security forecast based on SAP GRC
- Is Unicode necessary for a NetWeaver upgrade?
- Is Oracle Fusion taking over the SAP NetWeaver market?
- Should we replace ALE with SAP XI?
- What next for a mixed SAP-Siebel shop?
- Can Duet shave training and implementation costs?
- What does SAP stand for?
- Should we believe the hype around business process management (BPM)?
- Should our group implement ERP on a single shared instance?
- Avoid replacing a technology platform unless it's an absolute necessity
- RFID's role in achieving business intelligence
- What SAP technology skills are essential for the future?