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Oracle Introduces Its Cloud Software Line
Online software emerged in the late 1990s at companies such as Salesforce.com and NetSuite Inc. N 3.44 % Mr. Ellison actually invested in both companies and remains NetSuite's largest investor.
ERP Still Going Strong for Medical Manufacturer
High demand for gastrointestinal (GI) screening and intervention procedures resulted in the market experiencing a high growth rate prior to the recession, according to a new report from iData Research Inc., Vancouver, Canada. In 2011, the U.S. market ...
Take That Larry Ellison! Workday Is Expected To File For Its IPO This Month
Workday spawned an entire blockbuster category of cloud ERP software (including Larry Ellison's own baby NetSuite). This caused some SAP and Oracle to make huge acquisitions of Workday competitors including SAP's $3.4 billion buy of SuccessFactors ...
Pharmacyclics, Choice Hotels International Among Stocks Setting 52-Week Highs ...
While trading on below-average volume, NetSuite (N) went up today, reaching and then surpassing its previous 52-week high of $51.78.
Floating Customer Master Data into the Clouds
... contacts and (potentially) customer support cases and shipping information. CRM systems are already close to sources of new account information, including partners, ecommerce systems and portals.
Serial Entrepreneur Roger Sippl Wants to Connect the Clouds
Essentially, the Connection Cloud service makes data that resides in Salesforce or NetSuite look like it exists in a company's locally-installed database.
Taking SaaS to the next level
Software as a service has some wildly successful poster boys such as Salesforce.com, Google Apps, NetSuite, Workday, ADP and Concur.
3 Manufacturing Apps Taking Advantage of Platform as a Service (PaaS)
JustEnough is a demand planning solution offered on the SuiteCloud platform and can extend functionality of NetSuite Manufacturing Edition.
Enterprise Apps Worth $120 Billion This Year, Gartner Reckons
Within that big bucket of spending are several classes of applications; the biggest by far is ERP, or enterprise resource allocation, which is the bread and butter of companies like SAP, Oracle and, in the cloud, Netsuite. Gartner says that's going to ...
10 SaaS delivery companies to watch
Analysts and industry watchers agree that the next frontier for SaaS is setting distribution channels designed specifically for the cloud and providing mechanisms for managing multiple SaaS offerings from a single control point.