Workiva? It sounds like the love child of Workday and Kiva Systems, but it is not. You have likely never heard of Workiva for three reasons: 648 more words
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Progress Software, the Bedford, MA-based enterprise software infrastructure firm, is buying the Bulgarian UI framework and app development tools outfit Telerik for $262.5 million, to help its customers make nicer user interfaces for their cloud and on-premise apps. 72 more words
German business software maker SAP on Monday cut its outlook for full-year operating profit amid an accelerating shift by customers to buy its software over the Internet rather than as packaged software, delaying recognition of those sales. 212 more words
If extraterrestrial beings ever landed in the middle of San Francisco’s Moscone Center during Dreamforce, the larger-than-life annual confab hosted by Salesforce, they’d probably have no idea what the business software company actually does. 525 more words
When Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff tapped Keith Block to be the company’s president and vice-chairman a little more than a year ago, it was a signal that the company would undergo significant change. 1,243 more words
IBM and SAP plan to announce on Tuesday that they will partner to offer cloud computing services to companies.
Specifically, IBM will provide cloud infrastructure services to SAP, which will run its business applications—collectively dubbed the HANA Enterprise Cloud—on top of them. 623 more words