Asia Pacific is a “vast question,” but one that holds much potential for the future of Citrix Systems Inc, according to its chief executive officer Mark Templeton.
The ever-changing consumer marketplace has come to define the technologies that people want to use at work, according to Citrix Systems Inc president and CEO Mark Templeton, Gabey Goh reports from Orlando, Florida.
Identifies mobility, collaboration, enterprise app store and data sync products as main sectors for revenue growth Analysts positive about its strategy; cautiously optimistic about product integration, increasing rival challenges
A confluence of forces – some of which are beyond anyone’s control – is coming together to compel enterprises to adopt mobile workstyles; these organisations need an effective strategy to deal with these changes or risk losing out, according to enterprise software player Citrix Systems.
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Citrix says that Asia Pacific continues to lead revenue growth after it achieved US$615 million in revenue for the second quarter of 2012, compared to US$531 million in Q2 of fiscal 2011, representing 16% growth. Asia Pacific revenues hit US$66 million, a 24% increase compared to Q2 FY2011, outpacing other regions, with the Americas growing at 11% and EMEA at 21%.