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NetSuite CEO Nelson Talks the 'End of the Beginning' of Cloud Software Era

We’ve reached the “end of the beginning” of cloud computing.

So says Zach Nelson, CEO of NetSuite, the company that changed the way companies sold software services — not as a one-time download and cost, but via a Web browser and as a subscription. 1,303 more words

Commerce

The Code/Enterprise Series Is Coming: Hear From Josh James, Aaron Levie and More

If you like Re/code’s coverage of enterprise technology companies, then April 21 is your lucky day. That’s when we’ll be hosting the very first installment of what we hope will be many… 404 more words

Enterprise

Salesforce shares soar on revenue growth, improved outlook

Shares of Salesforce took off in after-hours trading after the cloud business software company reported that its fourth-quarter revenue grew 26%, spurred by improved sales from its subscriptions and professional services businesses. 304 more words

Tech

Marc Benioff's Salesforce Soars as Quarterly Sales Rise 26 Percent

Shares of cloud sales and marketing software company Salesforce.com rose by more than 10 percent in after-hours trading as the company’s fourth-quarter earnings beat Wall Street’s expectations. 109 more words

Enterprise

New Relic's First Post-IPO Quarter Beats Expectations

Shares of cloud software firm New Relic shot up in after-hours trading as its first earnings report as a public company handily beat the expectations of analysts. 183 more words

Enterprise

10 must have features in your carpet cleaning business software

It’s well known for carpet cleaning owners that being organized; perfectly scheduling their jobs and planning their resources are the keys to get customers satisfaction and ultimately achieve business growth. 538 more words

Acclux Accounting

SAP Co-Founder Plattner Bets the Company With a New Database

When asked about the stakes on the most important day his company has faced in more than a decade, SAP Chairman Hasso Plattner gets right to the point: “If this doesn’t work, we’re dead. 868 more words

Enterprise