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Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Companies

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DataBrew Offers No-Code Solution For Data Analysis

Amazon has unveiled the launch of AWS Glue DataBrew, a new feature that will enable users to extract, transmit, and load data to get it ready for analysis without having to write code. Since its launch in 2016, data engineers have used AWS Glue to create, run, monitor, extract, transform, and load jobs...

Capital

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Adobe Makes Inroads Into Marketing Operations With New Acquisition

Multinational software giant Adobe is looking to further expand into the marketing sector with a new acquisition that will aid in bringing further efficiency, collaboration, and productivity to marketing teams. Adobe has announced it is set to make a $1.5 billion deal with Workfront to acquire the Utah-based marketing work management platform...

Leaders

Billionaire Beat: Eric Yuan And Zoom Rise To The Top Amid...

When the COVID-19 pandemic forced people around the globe to convert to remote work, Zoom quickly became ubiquitous as the go-to video conferencing platform for millions, spawning new communities and inside jokes along the way. On top of its increase with workforces, the platform provided easy access socialization for individuals in isolation, providing a digital bridge that helped narrow the chasm created by social distancing...

Features

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Europe Is Attracting A New Wave Of Silicon Valley Software Investors...

New data published by venture capital analysis firm, Dealroom shows that European startups raised over $2.3 billion more from investors in the U.S. between January and October this year than they did in the same period last year. In a conversation with CNBC, Alex Kayyal, the head of Salesforce Ventures International explained the upswing in European investments, stating that because of the pandemic, it doesn’t matter if “a company is 30-minutes away ... or an eight-hour flight away.”...

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Enterprise Software Bull Run Expected To Continue

According to a new Gartner report released earlier this month, global enterprise software spending surged up 8.5 percent to $453 billion in 2019, compared to a modest 0.5 percent increase to $3.74 trillion for overall IT outlay. The research firm forecasts this trend will continue with a 10.5 percent rise in software spending in both 2020 and 2021...

The Top 25 Software Product Executives Of 2020

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Workday, An Exceptional Enterprise Software Case Study

In March 2005, two former PeopleSoft executives set out to redeem themselves and their team from the nightmare of a transaction experience they went through during their Oracle takeover. David Duffield, then vice chair of PeopleSoft and Aneel Bhusri, head of product strategy, used that experience to fuel their drive to outcompete in the world of enterprise software...

Avast Founder, A Software Billionaire From An Unlikely Place

Building a software company is no easy feat, but it takes someone truly special to persist, survive and overcome the most severe political, economic and competitive forces, and come out the other side a billionaire. Pavel Baudis founded his company in the 1980s in Czechoslovakia under stifling conditions, namely the Soviet regime. He was a chemist by training but realized his natural inclinations where not in science but in computers...

Coupa’s Hammoud Succeeds Through Authentic Leadership

Despite a very humble start in life, Raja Hammoud, the senior vice president of product at Coupa, beat the odds to become a senior executive at a NASDAQ-listed company. Growing up in Lebanon with wars breaking out seemingly every year, it was a wonder Hammoud was able to survive, let alone thrive in life...