Growth is evident in the cloud financial software space. Recent earnings, customer announcements and other data points continue to reinforce the shift to a new solution style.
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The tax year is over, and the financial services and accounting software company reaped the benefits in its third-quarter earnings.
Microsoft's enterprise software sales are still carrying the devices and services company, as the company's latest earnings report makes plain.
Losses were expected for both Marin Software and Fusion-io after the bell on Wednesday.
The enterprise software company reports financial earnings for the fiscal first quarter of 2014. A look at the numbers.
Storage and software giant EMC has revealed plans to scale back its global workforce. The announcement comes after the company's earnings for the first quarter of 2013 missed Wall Street's expectations.
Shares drop in after hours trading as the open source software provider squeaked out solid earnings but missed the revenue target.
Another day, another enterprise software vendor with sales execution issues. Perhaps cloud computing, SaaS and a CIO penchant for operating expenses over perpetual licenses are the real causes of earnings woe.
That's how much money Workday lost in fiscal 2013 as it feverishly pursued customers for its HR and finance software. A look at its latest earnings report.
Open source software maker Red Hat beats estimates for its third quarter earnings with 30 cents a share on revenue of $343.6 million. It will also acquire cloud management provider ManageIQ for $104 million.
Oracle announced its first quarter earnings on Thursday, meeting analysts' estimates of $0.53 per share but falling short of expected revenues by $210 million. Software sales were up six percent.
Though Cisco's earnings were better than expected, the company is likely to have a difficult time embracing software-defined networking, as its hardware commitment restricts its technology development options.
Dell is sticking to the big bet it is making on developing its own software and storage technologies, despite a tough year for earnings in which the company showed flat growth
The software giant is expected to report fiscal second earnings of 76 cents a share on revenue of $20.93 billion.
On solid hardware and software performance, Big Blue reports second-quarter earnings of US$3.7 billion, or US$3 a share, and raises its expectations for the year.
The company has reported growth in software licences and product support revenue, although its hardware business saw a fall
SAP produces a mixed bag of results for Q1 2011. Here is the initial analysis.
Best Buy reported strong fourth quarter earnings, but many of its categories---consumer electronics, home office and entertainment hardware and software---are sucking wind. The one growth area: Services like repair, extended warranties and installation.
Hewlett-Packard is widely expected to deliver better than expected fiscal first quarter earnings, but the conference call will be closely watched for tone, hints about software strategy and other nuggets from new CEO Leo Apotheker.
The company has reported a net income of $5.3bn for its fourth quarter earnings, which were led by software and hardware sales
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