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Global Integration Software as a Service Market Projected to Reach USD XX.XX billion by 2025- DBSync, Zapier, Microsoft, IBM, Mulesoft, Bedrock Data, etc.

global integration software as a service market projected to reach usd xx.xx billion by 2025- dbsync, zapier, microsoft, ibm, mulesoft, bedrock data, etc.

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The research report on Global Integration Software as a Service market offers an in depth analysis on several important aspects. Report provides comprehensive study of the market on the basis of various factors such as market size, revenue, key drivers, challenges, risks, opportunities and some key segments.Thus the report presents the study of latest industry trends. It also offers the revenue forecast on basis of historical database and growth at substantial CAGR during the forecast period.Report covers a comprehensive study of the factors which are enhancing the growth of the Integration Software as a Service market. However, report also covers some challenges and risks involved for the market players which might hinder the market growth during the forecast period.
This study covers following key players:DBSyncZapierMicrosoftIBMMulesoftBedrock DataOkta (Azuqua)IFTTT
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Global Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Market to generate huge revenue by 2025: IBM, Oracle, Microsoft, Fujitsu, Google, etc.

global software-as-a-service (saas) market to generate huge revenue by 2025: ibm, oracle, microsoft, fujitsu, google, etc.

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The research report on Global Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) market offers an in depth analysis on several important aspects. Report provides comprehensive study of the market on the basis of various factors such as market size, revenue, key drivers, challenges, risks, opportunities and some key segments.Thus the report presents the study of latest industry trends. It also offers the revenue forecast on basis of historical database and growth at substantial CAGR during the forecast period.Report covers a comprehensive study of the factors which are enhancing the growth of the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) market. However, report also covers some challenges and risks involved for the market players which might hinder the market growth during the forecast period.
This study covers following key players:IBMOracleMicrosoftFujitsuGoogleSalesforceWorkdayAutomatic Data Processing Inc. (ADP)SAP SEThales Group
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The research report on global Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) market offers a substantial insight for the consumers so that they can look for the strategies initiative and ideas to increase their market status in the present and upcoming market situation across the globe. Furthermore, report on global Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) market offers the important information about the type, market channel, …

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Ethena raises $2 million in seed funding for smarter anti-harassment software

ethena raises $2 million in seed funding for smarter anti-harassment software

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Corporate harassment training is often defined by mandatory annual workshops, stock photo-ridden curricula and, often, outdated scenarios. Harvard graduates Roxanne Petraeus and Anne Solmssen think there’s a business in doing better than that.
The duo co-founded Ethena, a software-as-a-service startup that sells anti-harassment training software that is more comprehensive and flexible than the status quo.
Ethena sends “nudges,” or personalized short-form bits of training content, to employees throughout the year. One nudge could be about office dating, and a few weeks later, another nudge could be about mentorship.
Each month a user would get either an e-mail or Slack notification saying it is time to train. Then the user would go to a browser-based app and take a lesson, which depends on your managerial status, state of residence and other factors. The sessions would then be five to 10 minutes.
The distributed approach takes away the ability for an employee to front-load hours of training on their first week. Instead, Ethena’s consistent check-ins are aiming at a difficult metric to track: comprehension within compliance training.
“The reason we do that is because in the adult learning base it is pretty emphatic that repetition is crucial,” Petraeus said.

This format …

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Slack partners with Amazon to take on Microsoft Teams

slack partners with amazon to take on microsoft teams

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Slack is partnering with Amazon in a multi-year agreement that means all Amazon employees will start to use Slack. The deal comes just as Slack faces increased competition from Microsoft Teams, and it will also see Slack migrate its voice and video calling features over to Amazon’s Chime platform alongside a broader adoption of Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Amazon’s roll out of Slack to all of its employees is a big part of the deal, thanks to an enterprise-wide agreement. It’s not immediately clear how many of Amazon’s 840,000 employees will be using Slack, though. Up until today, Slack’s biggest customer has been IBM, which is rolling out Slack to its 350,000 employees.
While Slack has long used AWS to power parts of its chat app, it’s now committing to using Amazon’s cloud services as its preferred partner for storage, compute, database, security, analytics, machine learning, and future collaboration features. The deal means it’s unlikely we’ll see Slack turn to Microsoft’s Azure cloud services or Google Cloud to power parts of its service in the foreseeable future.
“We have not used Azure,” says Brad Armstrong, vice president of business and corporate development …

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Slack drops 10%+ after its revenue growth, guidance fails to impress

slack drops 10%+ after its revenue growth, guidance fails to impress

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Today Slack reported its earnings results for the three months ending April 30, 2020, the first quarter of its fiscal 2021.
The well-known SaaS chat service posted revenue of $201.7 million, up 50% compared to its year-ago period. Slack also reported an adjusted per-share loss of $0.02, and per-share losses of $0.13 when counting all costs. Analysts aggregated by Yahoo Finance expected the company to lose $0.06 per share against $188.12 million in revenue.
Immediately after its earnings report, shares of the company are off around 13%, after dropping around 4.4% during a down day for companies that share its business model (software as a service). Our first read of the stock decline is that investors had expected the firm to more aggressively beat expectations, and had priced the company more richly in anticipation of stronger results.
Those expectations, if so, were not unfounded. The company had previously discussed how quickly it was growing thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, which pushed many organizations to buy new software services to allow their workers to labor at a distance.
Slack’s earnings come after Zoom, a SaaS video communications companies, and CrowdStrike, a SaaS cybersecurity firm, both posted outsized growth due in part to an accelerated digital transformation and remote work’s necessities …

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Navisite acquires Privo to strengthen its AWS service portfolio | Data Economy

navisite acquires privo to strengthen its aws service portfolio | data economy

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Google Cloud has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the UK Crown Commercial Service (CCS). 

The goal of the MoU is to make it easier and more affordable for UK public sector agencies to use the full range of Google Cloud’s services to increase innovation and deliver digital transformation.

The collaboration started in 2019, when the CCS contact Google Cloud to discuss the requirements for cloud services under the One Government Cloud Strategy, a joint initiative between the Cabinet Office, CCS and Government Digital Service. 

The CCS aims to open up the cloud services market to more suppliers to provide the best value and terms for public sector agencies investing in cloud technology. 

Through this collaboration, CCS and Google Cloud have agreed a discount for qualifying public sector bodies based on aggregated cloud service demand and expected spend.

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“CCS provides commercial agreements which help organisations across the entire public sector save time and money on buying everyday goods and services,” said Simon Tse, chief executive of CCS.

“This MoU with Google Cloud …

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