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Why platforms are using offshore software developers to scale

So you’ve created a killer platform using expert software developers, and now you want to grow it and increase your reach. Simple enough, right? Not always. Growing a business involves growing your team, which can...

How to automate sales and quotation proposals

The sales quotation process begins when your client shows interest in your products or services and requests a quote. This process includes generating a pricing table, writing a quotation document, and sending the section...

Microsoft looking to bring advertising into more of its software?

It seems Microsoft is getting ready to integrate advertising into more of its products. Some Microsoft power users have noticed an advert in the latest iteration of Windows 11 File Explorer, available last week. The...

Software group SAP to buy majority stake in US FinTech firm Taulia

SAP has said it has agreed to buy a majority stake in privately held US FinTech firm Taulia as the German business software group seeks to expand its presence across supply-chain financing and working...

South Korea’s “webtoon” leverage low-cost stories with huge upside

Netflix's most-watched series in late November, "Hellbound", is making a splash on TV, but it first appeared on much smaller screens as an online comic, or "webtoon", optimised for smartphones. The webtoon format, which began...

Thoughtworks valued at about $9 billion after shares surge in debut

Shares of Thoughtworks Inc jumped nearly 24% in their Nasdaq debut, valuing the company at nearly $9 billion, after the software consultancy business priced its initial public offering well above range. The company's stock opened...

Cisco forecasts growth from software shift, but chip prices pressure profits

Cisco Systems has forecast that within four years, about half its revenue will come from software and other recurring sales, but its chief financial officer told Reuters high chip prices in its hardware business...

Microsoft sees steady cloud growth after record quarterly profit

Microsoft Corp posted its most profitable quarter, beating Wall Street expectations for revenue and earnings, as PC sales declines stemming from a global chip shortage were more than made up for by a boom...

Benchmark-backed Confluent aims for $8 billion valuation in US IPO

Confluent Inc is aiming for a valuation of about $8.3 billion in a US initial public offering, cashing in on a surge in demand for live-streaming software as companies move online due to the...

Cloud ramp up weighs on Oracle’s profit view, shares fall

Oracle Corp has forecast current-quarter profit below Wall Street estimates, as the business software maker ramps up investments in its cloud computing business to take on rivals including Microsoft and Amazon.com. The company is planning...

Software maker Dye & Durham gets offer from management-led group

Dye & Durham Ltd, a Canada-based cloud-based software vendor, has received a buyout offer from a management-led shareholder group worth about C$3.4 billion (approximately $2.8 billion), less than a year after its flotation on...

Software provider Sprinklr reveals 19% jump in revenue in IPO filing

Software start-up Sprinklr has made public its plans for a stock market listing in the United States, revealing a 19.3% rise in annual revenue. Sprinklr, which counts Microsoft Corp and McDonald's Corp as customers, provides...