By R "Ray" Wang on January 23, 2014
HootSuite Prepares For Enterprise Growth On January 22nd, 2014, Hootsuite announced its acquisition of analytics provider uberVU for an undisclosed sum. The Bucharest, Romania and Cambridge, MA based software company brings 42 employees and over 200 customers to HootSuite. Key insights for customers and prospects include: uberVu provides Hootsuite with enterprise class analytics. uberVU’s technology […]
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By Louis Columbus on July 15, 2013
Comparing the latest Price Waterhouse Coopers (PwC) List Of Top 100 Global Software Leaders published in May of this year with current Glassdoor ratings based on employee feedback provides valuable insights into the best software companies to work for in 2013. The Glassdoor ratings of the percentage of employees who would recommend their employer to […]
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By Phil Wainewright on August 9, 2010
When you think about cloud integration, the names that first spring to mind are all companies that specialize in data integration Boomi, Cast Iron, Pervasive, Informatica and others [disclosure: Boomi recently paid for me to write a product briefing]….
By Sandy Kemsley on November 16, 2009
In the Fujitsu briefing last week, I also heard about their cloud BPM offering. Interstage BPM has supported multitenancy for some time, allowing them to provide private BPM cloud infrastructure, most commonly used by business process outsourcing firms. Multitenancy is a key feature of true software as a service: a single software instance supports multiple […]
By Sandy Kemsley on November 12, 2009
I had a briefing this week on Fujitsu’s just-released Interstage BPM version 11 as well as an update on their cloud platform. I’ll cover the cloud platform in another blog post, since this one is getting a bit long. Version 11 has a lot of new features for handling ad hoc, collaborative, knowledge-intensive work; this […]