More SaaS movement from a major software vendor CA yesterday announced the availability of two software as a service (SaaS) solutions. One is targeted for the IT management space while the other is oriented around governance.
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A Winter of Discontent?There were some other nuggets in this call.
To BE or not BESeveral news groups and Wall Street firms covered BearingPoint’s (BE) Q3 results this week but one point was not well covered, if at all. Look at this bullet point that is at the bottom of a list of points BE has on their investor site regarding the most recent earnings:“Voluntary attrition was 25.
Will you NetSuite take this partner from HP into prospects.....I took a call Monday from representatives of NetSuite and HP.
The Best & Worst of Business NetworksYesterday, I spoke with Ken Ross, the serial entrepreneur who has launched several successful software firms (e.g.
Case #3 – Jobs2Web(third in a series of pieces discussing why HR solutions need radical reengineering)There is a great maxim in IT circles called Fubini’s Law. It goes like this:“ 1.
Trashy behavior?Infoworld's got a real treat in this piece on the SAP/Waste Management litigation.
Show me the moneyNetSuite is announcing later this week a program that offers some SAP R/3 users (or potential users) a chance to use NetSuite’s applications at a price point equal to 50% of the maintenance fees SAP would have charged them.Moreover, NetSuite has already got a customer moving onto to its suite.
NetSuite makes big Q3 year over year improvement in revenueNetSuite today announced its Q3 financials. The big headline was the increase in Q3 revenues.
Interview with OpenPages executive Gordon BurnesA couple of weeks ago, I ran a blog post concerning the recent Wall Street crisis and the role that compliance legislation like Sarbanes-Oxley had to play in preventing it. I contended that Sarbanes-Oxley failed and that the problem could be laid at the feet of other culprits including the use of special purpose entities.