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Review: Up close with NetSuite's deep ERP
One of the pioneers in cloud computing, NetSuite launched a cloud-based ERP system at a time when SaaS was widely considered risky to both the security and the availability of an organization's data.
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 ...
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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 ...
The Two Horsemen of the Enterprise Software Apocalypse  All Things Digital
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Velaro Introduces Live Chat SuiteApp For NetSuite SuiteCommerce
Velaro, the multi-award winning live chat software-as-a-service provider for contact center and sales and marketing customers, today announced the launch of the Live Chat SuiteApp for NetSuite SuiteCommerce. Built using NetSuite's SuiteCloud computing ...
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Deborah Farrington, Founder StarVest: Forbes Midas 100 Top US Venture ...
StarVest was an early investor in the software-as-a-service trend: in 2000, it invested as the only venture firm in NetSuite (NYSE: N) whose December 2007 IPO, at the time, was the highest market capitalization for a venture backed company since Google ...
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Larry Ellison Finds His Voice, Oracle Finds Its Cloud
He invested early in Salesforce.com and retains a huge stake in Netsuite (N). Ellison the investor has benefited quite a bit from the explosion of cloud software.
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Cloud computing: Oracle becomes a believer
He also owns a 46 percent stake in a Salesforce rival, NetSuite Inc., run by another former Oracle executive, Zach Nelson. Oracle's expansion into cloud computing also puts Ellison on a collision course with an old antagonist, software entrepreneur ...
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Steven D. Jones
Online software emerged in the late 1990s at companies such as Salesforce.com and NetSuite Inc. Mr. Ellison actually invested in both companies and remains NetSuite's largest investor.
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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.
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It Took Less Than 10 Years for IT Not to Matter
Salesforce�the granddaddy of the software-as-a-service companies�went public in 2004. NetSuite (N) followed in 2007. ServiceNow, Workday, and Box are all expected to go public in fairly short order.