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About Josh Greenbaum

Josh Greenbaum
Joshua Greenbaum
has over 25 years of experience in the industry as a computer programmer, systems analyst, author, consultant, and industry analyst. He spent three years in Europe as an industry analyst and as European correspondent for Information Week and other industry publications.

In his role as an industry analyst, Josh regularly consults with leading public and private enterprise software, database, and infrastructure companies, and advises end-users on technology infrastructure and applications selection, development, and implementation issues. An award-winning columnist, Josh is widely quoted in the trade and business press, and is a regular columnist for Managing Automation, Datamation.com, NetWeaver Magazine, and Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

You can visit his website here.

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13 Responses

  1. Hi Josh,
    Have redirected my reader…
    you could do with writing a new bio though…

  2. Josh,

    We’ve cross linked you on to the new site. Congratulations on your new blog!

    R “Ray” Wang
    Vice-President
    Forrester Research
    http://blog.softwareinsider.org

  3. Hi Josh,

    I have been reading your blogs on SAP BBD. I am trying to figure what role the system integrators/consulting cos like IBM, Accenture etc. play here.

    Any pointers to this would be appreciated.

    Regards,
    Sachin

    • Sachin,

      The answer is that, when it comes to BBD, I doubt the global SIs will play much of a role. The deal sizes and margins will be too small, and the prospective customers in the SME space will be wary of doing business with a premium-priced SI. This may change, but I don’t see the global SIs as a major channel for BBD.
      Josh

  4. Janetti,

    Please contact me at josh@eaconsult.com and we’ll take it from there.

    thanks,

    Josh

  5. Hi Josh, I thought, you mind find this group to be interesting:
    The Cloudsters ( http://tinyurl.com/cloudsters )

  6. Josh Greenbaum — can’t find on Twitter. Help? Thanks.

    • Sorry Kathleen, I’m not on Twitter. You’ll have to follow me the old-fashioned way. When I have time for more work-related, OCD activity, I’ll start tweeting. Until then, I’m stuck in the early 21st century, blogging away.

      Josh

  7. Josh, thanks for giving Fusion Talent Management a TLA. I’m wondering why I never thought of that — if it’s ok with you I’m going to stake a claim on FTM – FTW!

    Meg

  8. […] recently did a briefing with Josh Greenbaum of Enterprise Applications Consulting on nGenera’s new collaboration platform for social […]

  9. […] paper “Realizing the Pentaho Agile BI Opportunity: BI for the Masses and Customer Success” by Joshua Greenbaum, Principal at Enterprise Applications […]

  10. Josh,
    Great paper on Pentaho’s BI for the Masses and Customer Success. I enjoyed it!

    – Farnaz Erfan
    Pentaho Product Marketing
    http://opensourcebi.wordpress.com/

  11. Josh,

    Another difficulty with Oracle’s “Hairball” of products- that are all uniquely wired together comes when you try to take an application out of an Oracle Platformed environment and onto the cloud -or hosted environment for that matter. Decoupling becomes impossible. We have enough spagetti code still alive and well in legacy systems from decades ago.

    Avery

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