Editor’s Pick Mobile design has never been more important than it is now, and the top enterprise app makers have taken notice.
Facebook may have been the IPO that people everywhere anticipated and then lamented, but 2012 was largely defined by a series of stellar public debuts by enterprise software markers.
Forget about consumer IPOs: The vast majority of companies expected to go to the public markets in 2013 will be business-focused.
The Pleasanton, Calif.-based company announced plans for a recruiting mobile app for hiring teams, as well as a big data analytics toolset.
In a commanding and impressive IPO performance, cloud software company Workday’s stock soared 72 percent in early trading today.
Workday, maker of human resources software, is proof that enterprise companies are immune to the recent strain of disappointing IPO’s.
One of the most watched tech IPOs has finally happened. Workday, a human resources software maker, files for its $400 million IPO.
Cloud service consulting company Appirio announced today it has raised $60 million in its fourth round of institutional funding.
Following in the footsteps of Jive Software’s successful IPO, Workday, a company that provides cloud software for business operations, is said to be planning for its own public offering next year.
Editor's Pick Software giant SAP acquired internet software company SuccessFactors on Saturday for $3.4 billion, in what most accounts praised as a commendable move to embrace the so-called “cloud.”
Editor's Pick There is so much happening right now in emerging cloud computing — the entire economy is being disrupted by the trend.
If you’ve doubted that cloud-based services are going to take off in a big way, Workday wants you to put your foot in your mouth. The company has raised a new $85 million round of funding with a reported $2 billion company valuation.