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Salesforce.com closes in on Oracle and SAP in the CRM race.
Redmond is bringing Microsoft Dynamics AX to the Ariba commerce cloud integration table, joining other major CRM and ERP online and hybrid providers, such as Salesforce.com, SAP and Oracle.
OneDesk collects feedback and ideas from internal sources and social media; a new API allows it to integrate with apps from NetSuite, Oracle, SAP and Salesforce.com.
Salesforce.com has evolved from a company that grew up by targeting line of business managers to one that increasingly faces off with the likes of SAP and Oracle.
I ran across this rather interesting press release this morning from TMCNet saying: "FinancialForce.com Announces Out-of-the-Box SAP Integration for Sharing Financial Data.
Is SAP as serious about SaaS as John Wookey claimed in his widely reported speech last week? A comment by SAP CTO Vishal Sikka, trashing Salesforce.com in an interview published this week, suggests not.
It's a big week for the software as a service industry: Salesforce.com is establishing itself as a leading cloud computing provider, NetSuite is planning to take on SAP head on and Success Factors is upping its outlook.
Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Jason Perlow: Linux: The Joe Sixpack StrategyMary Jo Foley: Microsoft Big Brains: Brad LoveringMicrosoft confirms MinWin is in Windows 7, after allEd Bott: That "unlocked" Windows 7 taskbar is also unfinishedJason Hiner: Who would be better for tech, McCain or Obama?
Enterprise software giant SAP has lost Business Objects' Steve Lucas, one of its brightest software-as-a-service stars, to Salesforce.com, where he takes up a new role driving the vendor's platform strategy
The co-founder and chairman of SAP, Hasso Plattner, and Salesforce.com co-founder and CEO Marc Benioff debate the future of enterprise software
In this installment of the Churchill Club podcast series, Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce.com debates SAP Chairman Hasso Plattner on the future of enterprise software.
At a Churchill Club event at the Computer History Museum in San Jose on April 3, Hasso Plattner, co-founder and chairman of SAP, and Marc Benioff, co-founder and CEO of Salesforce.com, debate the future of enterprise software. The debate is moderated by Quentin Hardy of Forbes.
Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff and SAP Chairman Hasso Plattner dueled at the Churchill Club in a debate about the future of software and the generation gap couldn't be larger.
On an even more fascinating note, came consultant Sramana Mitra's pithy ruminations this week of how a Citrix and SAP merger would work. And the timing of that tidbit coincides nicely with rumors of a Oracle buy of Salesforce.com. I think both of these scenarios make a lot of sense, and demonstrate that strategic advantage in three years will be cast though a cloud. In other words, everyone who's anyone in applications needs a services fabric story. They will also need the ability to mine whatever relationship will emerge between enterprise applications delivery and advertising. I'd say even an IBM-Citrix matchup makes sense.
Several large vendors including SAP and Oracle, have entered the hosted CRM scene, but Salesforce.com remains unruffled.
Notable headlines:Larry Dignan: Salesforce.com rolls out customer data sharing; eyes 1 million subscribers.
With his typical heralding of the end of software , salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff now says that his company is bringing the "end of software to SOA" and removing "the barriers of software infrastructure that have been imposed by SAP, Oracle, and Microsoft.
The mobile operator launches a service for mobilising applications including Salesforce.com and SAP
NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson has joined his former Oracle colleague and on demand software adherent, salesforce.com Marc Benioff, in predicting the failure of SAP to penetrate the SMB market.
Dave Duffield's new company to compete with Salesforce.com, recent on-demand moves by SAP and archrival Oracle.
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