Goldman Sachs is a lender to Amazon third-party sellers looking to expand and the Apple Card is almost 1-year old.
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Dell's results were weak across the board in the first quarter as large enterprise, public sector and consumer sales fell. Even Dell's BRIC sales growth was weak.
Intuit's tax business could have been better, but the company's SMB business is healthy and QuickBooks Online is going global.
The results seem to indicate that Salesforce's cloud efforts are paying off and large enterprises are on the bandwagon.
The company said that it has partnered with FinancialForce.com, Intacct and Sage to standardize how subscription revenue is treated with accounting applications.
The company's hosting revenue was $236.6 million with public cloud sales of $64.75 million.
Cognizant said it was seeing weaker demand from financial services firms and pharmaceutical companies.
NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson said that the company is benefiting from the migration from on-premise ERP to cloud computing.