Posts Tagged ‘SAP’
The long-building lawsuits and counter-lawsuits between Juniper Networks and Palo Alto Networks over next-generation firewall patents will finally go to trial in February, and the results of this courtroom drama will likely be meaningless.
Vendors have long told partners to sell solutions, or complete systems that solve business problems. Now vendors such as SAP, HP and Parallels are rethinking their go-to-market models, building concepts and channel models based on customer personas.
SAP continues to expand its presence at distribution, introducing Avnet Technology Solutions as its latest partner in the U.S. and Canada.
In a global print media blitz, BlackBerry tries to fend off consumer concerns about a possible acquisition by vowing unwavering commitment to its users.
SAP claims its Big Data analytics tech will bring EMEA partners alone $70 billion in five years’ time.
SAP AG is looking to make it easier for partners to create, market and sell applications built on its platforms with a new AppDev component to its SAP PartnerEdge program.
SAP co-chief executive Jim Hagemann Snabe will join the company’s supervisory board, leaving Bill McDermott in sole charge.
Cloud computing adoption continues to grow, but vendors are struggling to find channel partners willing and able to take cloud products to market. And that could cause some vendors to rethink their channel strategies.
IDC says global sales of business analytics software show the segment mired in single digit annual growth, a far cry from the heady days of just a few years ago when BI tools were flying off resellers’ shelves.
Business intelligence and analytics continues to suffer from an identity crisis as the market slips from the heady double-digit growth of just a few years ago to more modest gains today, according to new figures from Gartner.