Enterprise software maker Infor Global Solutions quietly laid off about 5 percent of its roughly 9,000 workers last week, making it the latest of its peers to trim staff during the economic downturn.
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Salesforce.com announced Monday that it is connecting its Force.com development platform with Google's App Engine.
A top SAP executive on Wednesday said the company is "implementing a series of tough, tough actions to convert the company to a much leaner operation than it is today," but did not utter the word "layoff."
Troubled CRM (customer relationship management) vendor Entellium filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Tuesday, and Intuit is interested in buying the company's assets, according to documents filed in a Washington state U.S. Bankruptcy Court.
The Red Hat-sponsored Fedora Project on Tuesday released Fedora 10, the latest version of the free Linux-based operating system, with a wide range of improvements in areas such as virtualization management, networking, boot time and security.
IBM launched a new set of cloud computing consulting and implementation services on Monday, framing the move as something that could spark wider adoption of the model.
CA is expected to announce a product and services initiative titled "Mainframe 2.0" on Tuesday at its CA World 2008 conference in Las Vegas.
Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009, the latest generation of one of the company's midmarket ERP products, will be generally available Dec. 1 in 14 countries, the company said Wednesday at its Convergence conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Sun is laying off 15 percent to 18 percent of its employees as part of a restructuring plan aimed at saving $700 million to $800 million a year, and its top software executive is leaving the company, Sun said Friday.
ERP vendor Epicor said Thursday it is cutting an unspecified number of jobs as part of a plan to save US$16 million to $20 million each year.
SAP released the fourth enhancement package for its ERP 6.0 (enterprise resource planning) application on Wednesday, furthering a recent shift in product strategy that forgoes periodic full upgrades and adds new functionality on an incremental basis.
Hoping to spark sales as companies put the squeeze on capital spending, Microsoft said Thursday that new customers of its Dynamics ERP and CRM applications in some parts of the world can apply for zero-percent, 36-month financing.
IBM is making another run at Microsoft small and medium-size (SMB) customers, announcing a software-hardware appliance on Monday that combines an IBM-branded machine with its Lotus Foundations Start collaboration software.
Hewlett-Packard will resell NetSuite's on-demand ERP (enterprise resource planning) software through its 15,000-strong channel of value-added resellers, initially in the U.S., the companies have jointl;y announced.
Wages for U.S. tech jobs fell significantly in the third quarter compared to the same period last year, the IT staffing company Yoh Services said Thursday.
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