Blue Hill Research is the leader in verifying technology-driven business success

Blue Hill Research documents how technology supports business success. Our success-based methodology is based on the three pillars of success: technological, financial, and line of business. Our clients use this information to choose technologies, target high value use cases, and identify technology champions who truly make a difference for their organizations.

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Replacing Legacy Enterprise Backup Solutions in Today’s Cloud- and Mobile-First World

Identifying, evaluating, and selecting the right third-party procure-to-pay (P2P) solution for your SAP implementation isn’t easy. One of the biggest factors to consider is the solutions’ ability to reliably and efficiently interact with the underlying ERP system. When evaluating third-party…

Lexis for Microsoft Office Offers a Turning Point in Legal Research and Workplace Evolution

On April 14, 2015, LexisNexis announced several enhancements to its Lexis for Microsoft Office legal drafting and review tool, developed in partnership with Microsoft. The new announcement puts Lexis for Microsoft Office at version 4.9 with a number of enhancements…

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The Business Analyst’s Next Frontier: Advanced Analytics

We have posited in prior blogs about the increasing ubiquity of features and functionality that were once differentiators in the BI and analytics space. That is to say, cloud, mobile, and self-service access to reports and dashboards has moved from…

Informatica, Permira, Canada, and $5.3 Billion Dollars

Today, Informatica announced a definitive agreement to be acquired by a company controlled by the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and the Permira funds for about $5.3 billion. This agreement has been hinted at for the last couple of months…

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Pulse Survey™: The TCO of Log and Machine Data Management

What does log and machine data management cost your organization? Blue Hill is researching the total cost of ownership of log and machine data management and we’d appreciate your insight.  We’ve launched a brief, 12-question survey to help us better…

Pulse Survey™: Accounts Receivable Trends

Blue Hill is interested in how companies are managing their receivables and payments processes, and we’d appreciate your input. We’ve partnered with Direct Insite to conduct a brief, 15-question survey to help us better understand and support your AR needs.…

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