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IBM STRENGTHENS ITS CLOUD OFFERING

In a press release on February 4, 2016, IBM announced the expansion of its range of Cloud Data services within its IBM Cloud solution. The American giant helps companies by detecting hidden trends using Cloud data. This portfolio of services is also complemented by the arrival of 4 new offerings, namely: IBM composed Enterprise, IBM… Read more

TOMTOM TELEMATICS ELECTED EUROPEAN BUSINESS OF THE YEAR 2016

Thanks to its innovative SaaS fleet management solution (OptiDrive 360 in combination with WebFleet), publisher TomTom Telematics has just won the prestigious ‘European Business of the year‘ title, awarded by the consulting firm Frost & Sullivan . This solution enables companies to better manage the maintenance and consumption related to their fleet of vehicles and… Read more

MICROSOFT DYNAMICS AX IS NOW AVAILABLE IN SAAS MODE!

The Dynamics AX ERP solution is changing: boasting a host of new features complementing its on-site version, it is also now available in a new version in SaaS mode. The Microsoft-made ERP is now available as a Cloud-based service, leveraging infrastructure from leading firm Azure. New features include an optimised interface to facilitate touch-screen use… Read more

ORACLE ACCELERATES ITS CLOUD DEVELOPMENT

In the space of two weeks, the IT giant Oracle has acquired Textura, who develop SaaS project management software, specialising in the construction sector and also Opower, who are behind a cloud CRM solution dedicated to companies in the energy sector. The acquisition of these two companies confirms Oracle’s committment to the cloud sector, part… Read more

PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN SAP AND APPLE? IT IS COMING SOON!

It’s official, SAP and Apple are developing a partnership. Bill McDermott abd Tim Cook (CEOs of SAP and Apple respectively) announced their collaboration on 5th May this year.  The goal for Apple is to close in on the business market, a target that the California company has always struggled to conquer. Through this partnership, new… Read more