Cloud computing is considered the ‘new normal’ in today’s fast-changing digital world, so much so that the leading public cloud computing vendor is willing to bet all of its vast resources on it, said the head of Amazon Web Services.
Petron Corp has selected San Francisco-based Anaplan's business planning and execution solution for its sales and demand forecasting.
One-time dotcom darling Nic Lim has waited 14 years to list and will finally get his day in mid-August on the Australian Stock Exchange.
Singapore-based inventory management provider TradeGecko said it has integrated its solution with Magento, which claims to have 200,000 businesses on its e-commerce platform.
The Asia Pacific excluding Japan (APeJ) Enterprise Applications (EA) software market posted a mediocre growth of 5.1% in 2013, according to IDC. Unlike 2012, when EA market grew 9%, Asian enterprises were more cautious about their investment in 2013.
Singapore's IT personnel are not receiving the right training to best advise their businesses regarding emerging technologies, IT management software provider SolarWinds said, citing the results of a study it conducted.
Subscription-based e-commerce enabler Zuora announced its plan to open an office in Singapore to support what it said was its growing customer base in Asia.
SOFTWARE-as-a-Service (SaaS) has begun to redefine the way companies use applications, and indeed, harness technology, in the past few years.
Konica Minolta Inc has launched its new Asia Pacific Business Innovation Centre (BIC) in Singapore, one of five BICs the company said it plans to establish around the world to facilitate and accelerate the growth of its information and communications technology (ICT) services business.
Malaysian mobile app development company Agmo Studio is hoping to help SMEs make their presence felt in the mobile realm with its mobile software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering, EasyApp.