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NetSuite in $200 Million Deal for Bronto Software

Cloud business software company NetSuite says it will pay $200 million to acquire Bronto Software, a marketing software company based in North Carolina.

The deal is NetSuite’s sixth acquisition and will be its largest yet. 150 more words

Enterprise

Aaron Levie: Box Will Help Customers Build, Won't Stop Spending to Get New Ones

Cloud storage provider Box will tomorrow introduce tools for companies to build customized applications to manage their own work processes, said co-founder and CEO Aaron Levie in his first public appearance since the company went public in January. 296 more words

Enterprise

IBM's sales decline for twelfth straight quarter

IBM reported a 12% dip in revenue for its most recent quarter — a decline the company blamed mostly on the strong U.S. dollar and the impact of selling off business like a low-end server unit to Lenovo last year. 426 more words

Tech

Salesforce aims to surpass SAP on German market: executive tells WiWo

Cloud software company Salesforce.com Inc aims to overtake SAP in terms of sales on the German company’s home market in the coming years, the Europe chief of Salesforce told a German magazine. 101 more words

Madhees Blog

Josh James Brings Domo, His Secret Business App, to Code/Enterprise

Josh James started the Web analysis firm Omniture in 1996 in Lehi, Utah, and to this day it’s one of the most widely used marketing tools… 470 more words

Enterprise

Veteran Software Exec Offers Cloud Financial Suite, Gravity

SOUTHFIELD — Longtime Detroit-area software executive and entrepreneur John Silvani has launched Gravity, an online business management application.

Gravity is built on the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online platform. 225 more words

Featured

Cloud Subscription Software Player Zuora Lands $115 Million

If you buy the notion that practically every software application — or, indeed, practically any kind of product — can be sold not for a one-time price, but as a subscription, then you probably don’t need much of an explanation of the “subscription economy.” 277 more words

Commerce