Three elements – the growing awareness of the cloud, SMEs, and replacing legacy systems – form the basis of NetSuite’s regional play, according to its Asia chief.
Visa said it is launching Visa Business Hub, a one-stop portal for its business cardholders and SaaS offering that would SMBs save up to 25% on their IT expenses.
KL-based startup Vectory Innovation says that its Biztory cloud accounting software has ‘humanised technology’ to help SMEs get on the digital bandwagon.
After suffering in the early years, Malaysian-based business software maker Authentic Venture Sdn Bhd is starting to enjoy the benefits of its cloud strategy.
Zone Telecom has partnered AliCloud and Microsoft to expand its suite of cloud solutions to cater to SMEs in Singapore, as well as to reach out to larger international markets.
SMEs now need to smarten up their CRM to retain customers and innovate in legacy industries, says a Salesforce exec.
There is no doubt that small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are embracing the cloud, recognising it as a means of competing on a global stage with international peers and unbound by capital constraints.
The cloud makes a lot of sense for midsized companies, but may not be compelling enough for big enterprises with fairly well-run IT operations, according to NetApp CTO Jay Kidd.
If Asia is going to power the next wave of global development and that charge is being led by SMEs, what is the face of the typical Asian SME? The Asia Cloud Computing Association set out to discover this, writes Gabey Goh.
Singapore-based tech consultancy startup Alpha7 has launched a cloud-based computing platform to help small and medium enterprises (SMEs) deal with the increasingly complex and costly nature of running a business in Asia Pacific.