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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.
The cloud integrator's 500-plus enterprise deployments include big deployments for media company Japan Post and a new social community for real-estate information service NEXT.
In order to free up its technical team for more meaningful client interactions, the New York-based IT consulting firm opted for a cloud-based management platform from Panorama9.
Over the past two years, Wharfedale Technologies has built up a series of migration and deployment services focused on moving SAP applications, including HANA, into private and public cloud infrastructure.
Latest authorization enables certain Army agencies to use Google Apps for Government Email as an alternative to Microsoft Office 365.
With a strong footprint in both infrastructure and video technologies, Carousel Industries is uniquely poised to help plan and deliver telemedicine platforms and services.
PaaSLane helps organizations evaluate whether or not an application is ready for the cloud and automate the process of optimizing migrations.
A key partner of Salesforce.com, the integrator was purchased by NTT Group in October 2012 to anchor the telecommunications company's cloud services strategy.
The developer is bringing custom applications to a wide range of clients, including Payless Shoesource, Merck, Family Dollar, Wells Fargo and Hallmark.
The deal will expand the $400 million integrator's reach on the east coast.
With more than 700 customers, the integrator specializes in close integrations between NetSuite and other key SaaS platforms, including Salesforce, Google Apps and Magento.
GreenPages can now provide highly specialized services for Condusiv Technologies' V-locity, software that speeds up VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V virtual machines.
Sanbolic believes companies want storage, not storage hardware. Is this the end of the storage business as we know it?