The bundle, called DistribuCare, will aid hospitals, pharmacies, clinics and healthcare networks with caseload management.
Technology channel maven Heather Clancy chronicles the VARs, integrators and service providers defining the public, private and hybrid cloud revolution.
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For 15 years, the developer has served hundreds of global companies including Bank of America, Sears, eBay and McDonald's. Deals with Heroku and Salesforce.com should accelerate enterprise mobile app delivery.
Over the past 18 months, Champion Solutions Group has migrated more than a half-million users into Microsoft cloud solutions.
The new offerings are designed for software developers seeking to deliver their applications via the cloud model.
A Google reseller since 2002, Onix Networking has been building out its geospatial solutions and services capabilities since earlier this year.
The new offering enables customers to outsource oversight of their ServiceNow Service Automation Platform to an integrator that has completed more than 400 implementations.
How will your application perform on the Amazon cloud infrastructure? The new PaaSLane for AWS assesses source code for potential issues.
The $5.3 billion IT solution provider has developed a cloud-based management solution for its education and healthcare clients.
The cloud integrator is adding travel services from Concur, training capabilities from Cornerstone, and talent management offerings from HireVue.
Announced during Dreamforce 2013, the awards recognize cloud integrators who are particularly good at translating business needs into viable Salesforce deployments.
The acquisition will enable the global systems integrator to automate and manage enterprise applications and services across cloud and on-premises environments.
Working in collaboration with the TopCoder community, Mesh01 was able to introduce a new feedback site in three months.
Integrator Bluewolf gleaned these insights in its second annual State of Salesforce report through interviews with more than 450 client companies.
New technical capabilities allow for tighter integration of field services management tasks with existing ERP applications and and databases.
Alliances with Capgemini, Verizon Enterprise Solutions, Savvis, SoftLayer and T-Systems will help support next-generation data analytics strategies, regardless of whether the data lives in the cloud or on premises.