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This Business Software Company Just Filed to Go Public

Another business technology company wants to make a go on the public markets.

Apptio, a Bellevue, Wash.-based business software company, filed to go public on Friday and plans to trade on NASDAQ with the symbol “APTI.” The nine-year-old company said it plans to raise $75 million, although that’s likely a placeholder. 188 more words


Melinda Watson

Title: General Manager of North America Premium Engagements
Company: SAP America
Location: Bellbrook, OH United States

Melinda Watson has an extensive background in leading sales, services and support organizations, partner relations and complex negotiations. 170 more words


Police Arrest Sage Employee At Airport Following Data Breach

London police have arrested an employee of the enterprise software firm Sage , on suspicion of conspiracy to defraud the company.

The arrest follows Sage’s… 163 more words


Zenoti raises $15 million for spa bookings

The spa industry is in need of a technology makeover and Zenoti thinks it can help. The Seattle-based startup is raising $15 million in a round led by… 155 more words


Google buys Orbitera, a platform for cloud marketplaces, for $100M+

Google today announced another acquisition that will help the company improve how it competes against Amazon’s AWS, Salesforce and Microsoft in the area of enterprise services, and specifically selling enterprise services in the cloud: it has acquired… 566 more words


Can a Traditional On-Premise Product Morph to Multi-Tenant SaaS?

I have worked with enterprise software products that were either single tenant on-premise or were multi-tenant SaaS services.  There is no doubt in my mind that while many of us who have been in the industry 20+ year have worked with on-premise products, we became very comfortable with how to define, build, test, release, market, apply professional services, support and end-of-life these products.  894 more words

Here's what your boring app would look like as a conversation

In years to come, conversations will breathe new life into software — particularly the boring enterprise tools millions of knowledge workers begrudgingly use every day. Conversational user interfaces (CUIs) work because of our familiarity with messaging. 1,435 more words