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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 ...
Oracle Introduces Its Cloud Software Line
Oracle has used acquisitions to beef up its offerings in the field, including RightNow Technologies Inc. for $1.5 billion and Taleo Corp.
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 ...
Oracle: Java 7 auto-update could kill E-Business Suite functionality
Oracle has issued an urgent bulletin asking desktop administrators to immediately turn off the Java Runtime Environment auto-update option "for all Windows end user desktops connecting to Oracle E-Business Suite Release 11i, 12.0, and 12.1" due to a ...
Floating Customer Master Data into the Clouds
The problem of a customer master database that holds the core of your company's customer data is as old as distributed software.
Cloud computing disrupts software pricing
Cloud providers like Salesforce.com, NetSuite, and SuccessFactors are aiming to poach business customers from SAP and Oracle.
Box opens UK office to meet growing customer demands
Enterprise collaboration firm Box has announced the opening of a dedicated UK office in London to help the company work more closely with its growing number of clients in the country.
Box's cloud service launches in Europe: Q&A with CEO Aaron Levie  Computer Business Review
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.
Deborah Farrington, Founder StarVest: Forbes Midas 100 Top US Venture Capitalist
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 ...