Software industry – Intway Don Bass http://intwaydonbass.com/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 20:51:43 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://intwaydonbass.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2021-06-29T192438.893-150x150.png Software industry – Intway Don Bass http://intwaydonbass.com/ 32 32 BoostSecurity CEO Zaid Al Hamami on the evolving field of developing software securely to stop supply chain attacks https://intwaydonbass.com/boostsecurity-ceo-zaid-al-hamami-on-the-evolving-field-of-developing-software-securely-to-stop-supply-chain-attacks/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 20:51:43 +0000 https://intwaydonbass.com/boostsecurity-ceo-zaid-al-hamami-on-the-evolving-field-of-developing-software-securely-to-stop-supply-chain-attacks/ BoostSecurity CEO Zaid Al Hamami aims to help companies ask tough questions about their CI/CD pipelines so they can prevent supply chain attacks. (BoostSecurity) BoostSecurity emerged stealthily last week with $12 million in seed capital which CEO Zaid Al Hamami says will help them expand new developer features for customers, hire more developers and generally […]]]>
BoostSecurity CEO Zaid Al Hamami aims to help companies ask tough questions about their CI/CD pipelines so they can prevent supply chain attacks. (BoostSecurity)

BoostSecurity emerged stealthily last week with $12 million in seed capital which CEO Zaid Al Hamami says will help them expand new developer features for customers, hire more developers and generally grow the company.

SC Media recently sat down with Al Hamami to discuss the scale of supply chain attacks and how BoostSecurity delivers the kind of automation that was previously only available to large-scale enterprises like as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google.

What are the main challenges that DevSecOps teams face when trying to develop code securely?

There are two big challenges. First, development teams attempt to build secure software, traditionally known as application security. The second is to develop software securely. This second point implies that the way development teams build software could be hijacked during a supply chain attack. They are both related in that they both affect the CI/CD pipeline.

In your recent press release announcing seed capital, you say that many companies lack the resources of a hyperscale enterprise. How do you define hyperscale and what do midsize companies lack in the resources and expertise that hyperscale companies have?

Hyperscale companies include Amazon, Google, and major cloud providers and technology companies. Many of them solved these development problems a decade ago. Their needs are so extreme that they had to develop this capacity in-house. They ended up with a highly streamlined and efficient way to develop code securely. Over the last five or six years, a lot of this knowledge has trickled into the industry of the DevSecOps world. We’re trying to take what hyperscale companies have done and offer it to the rest of the industry in a SaaS product.

With BoostSecurity, customers get full visibility into their software pipelines and repositories. Then, once they’ve seen it all, they need to put security controls in place in the software pipelines, so that using our tool, they can put the right security controls in place. Once they understand where they have supply chain security issues they need to work on, they then know what their developers need to focus on and can create policies around that for developers. This automation is ready to use with BoostSecurity. This type of work took months or even years, and our clients could get it right from day one. In the past, companies that did well with PLC had to do it in-house. They had to hire AppSec experts and that would take three or four years and cost millions of dollars. While this challenge will exist for a long time, going forward, development teams won’t have to work with three or four vendors to achieve full coverage.

I understand that the primary goal is to develop code more securely.But isn’t the main focus today, given the threat landscape, to prevent supply chain attacks?

Yes, 100%. The world now knows that there are best practices and security processes in place to detect and prevent a SolarWinds-type supply chain attack. For example, we can detect co-tampering with the right cryptographic checks. But what we’re trying to do is get people to ask themselves the following questions: Can I trust my supply chain? Am I using GitHub correctly? Am I to believe that the repositories are configured in such a way as to prevent a malicious actor from injecting code? Does the team have the necessary checks to ensure there was no tampering during the coding process? Developing code more securely is still an evolving area and it will still take time before we can detect and prevent a SolarWinds attack at the push of a button.

I know the $12 million seed funding is relatively modest, but how did BoostSecurity manage to find funding in a climate where security companies are laying off hundreds, if not thousands, of workers?

Two or three reasons. First, we have a proven team that knows the terrain very well. Second, we have some very good customers who have been in production for about a year now and the product is in place to protect their software supply chains. And thirdly, I also think that’s the magnitude of the problem. People come to me and say the whole field is cluttered, but even with all the funding, breaches are still at an all-time high, so there’s still a lot of room for innovation, especially around these issues of software supply chain.

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Blue Mountain Announces Expansion of Leadership Team to Support Growth Initiatives https://intwaydonbass.com/blue-mountain-announces-expansion-of-leadership-team-to-support-growth-initiatives/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 17:00:00 +0000 https://intwaydonbass.com/blue-mountain-announces-expansion-of-leadership-team-to-support-growth-initiatives/ As Life Sciences Compliance Solutions Market Grows, Blue Mountain Evolves Strong Leadership Team STATE COLLEGE, Pa., November 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Blue Mountain, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider of enterprise asset management software and services to the life sciences industry, has announced the hiring of three new executives leaders to deliver value to customers and drive […]]]>

As Life Sciences Compliance Solutions Market Grows, Blue Mountain Evolves Strong Leadership Team

STATE COLLEGE, Pa., November 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Blue Mountain, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider of enterprise asset management software and services to the life sciences industry, has announced the hiring of three new executives leaders to deliver value to customers and drive business growth.

Recent Blue Mountain leadership appointments include proven leaders in the roles of Chief Revenue Officer, Chief Technology Officer and Chief Financial Officer who will strategically align with the organization’s mission to help regulated companies make better products and improve lives by advancing GMP compliance and digital maturity.

“As our business continues to accelerate, we are strengthening our leadership team at scale,” said Blue Mountain CEO, David Rode. “Because we enable life science companies to succeed in an ever-changing regulatory environment and increasing global competition, the demand for Blue Mountain’s RAM platform has never been stronger. With proven leaders of this high caliber, we couldn’t be more confident in our journey to being the SaaS leader in GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) solutions for life sciences.”

Michel Meyerring was appointed Chief Revenue Officer of Blue Mountain to drive revenue growth for the company. With more than 20 years of experience, Meyerring joins Blue Mountain from Businessolver, a leading SaaS-based benefits administration organization, where he led the benefits innovation group to multiply by more of ten the turnover. “I am thrilled and proud to join Blue Mountain as a growth leader. The combination of incredible talent, industry-leading product and visionary leadership makes this organization special,” said Meyerring. .

Jonathan White was appointed Blue Mountain’s Chief Technology Officer to scale the organization’s technology development and operations teams to meet its business needs as a growing SaaS enterprise and meet customer requirements for meet Industry 4.0, GMP compliance and digital maturity. White joins Blue Mountain from Applied Predictive Technologies (APT) and Mastercard, where he was a key leader in expanding software offerings. “I’m excited to be back in the world of fast-growing, dynamic SaaS companies,” said White. “I was drawn to the strong team we have in place and their obsessive focus on partnering with our life science customers to improve the efficiency of their operations while maintaining safety and compliance.”

Thomas Democo was appointed Chief Financial Officer of Blue Mountain to drive the organization’s growth projection goals. Demko brings extensive experience to help companies achieve growth and scale, implement new technologies and manage investment portfolios. “I’m thrilled to join Blue Mountain,” said Demko. “The quality of the team and culture that has been built over more than thirty years is impressive. I look forward to collaborating on our mission to provide critical enterprise asset management solutions to our science customers. life and seize opportunities for growth.” With nearly 20 years of experience, he joins Blue Mountain from Liquid Web, a cloud commerce software and solutions provider owned by Madison Dearborn Partners.

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A life science leader in GMP asset management for over 30 years, Blue Mountain offers deep life science domain expertise and SaaS solutions to help companies transform their manufacturing processes and achieve the most high level of GMP digital maturity. Blue Mountain offers a comprehensive, integrated solution, helping hundreds of pharmaceutical, biotechnology, cell and gene therapy, medical device, and contract manufacturing companies accelerate the implementation of GMP SaaS solutions in their organizations. To learn more about Blue Mountain, visit: https://coolblue.com

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Sales Tax Software Market Industry Scenario, Key Manufacturers and Key Regions 2022 to 2028 – The C-Drone Review https://intwaydonbass.com/sales-tax-software-market-industry-scenario-key-manufacturers-and-key-regions-2022-to-2028-the-c-drone-review/ Tue, 15 Nov 2022 04:09:58 +0000 https://intwaydonbass.com/sales-tax-software-market-industry-scenario-key-manufacturers-and-key-regions-2022-to-2028-the-c-drone-review/ MarketandResearch.biz posted an update Global sales tax software market research that provides fundamental and up-to-date information on growth drivers, emerging trends and future prospects. With the benefit of comprehensive professional analysis, the Sales Tax Software Market report delivers critical insights for the years 2022-2028. Throughout the forecast period, this report offers data on market size, […]]]>

MarketandResearch.biz posted an update Global sales tax software market research that provides fundamental and up-to-date information on growth drivers, emerging trends and future prospects. With the benefit of comprehensive professional analysis, the Sales Tax Software Market report delivers critical insights for the years 2022-2028. Throughout the forecast period, this report offers data on market size, market share, restraints, challenges and critical active players.

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As the economy changes, what is the best client software? • TechCrunch https://intwaydonbass.com/as-the-economy-changes-what-is-the-best-client-software-techcrunch/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 16:00:34 +0000 https://intwaydonbass.com/as-the-economy-changes-what-is-the-best-client-software-techcrunch/ It is occupied time in tech, with billions of dollars of value incinerated in recent days: FTX is on the brink of death, while Twitter, recently sold at a price that no longer made sense once the deal is done, is collapsing or not towards insolvency, depending on how you look at recent comments from […]]]>

It is occupied time in tech, with billions of dollars of value incinerated in recent days: FTX is on the brink of death, while Twitter, recently sold at a price that no longer made sense once the deal is done, is collapsing or not towards insolvency, depending on how you look at recent comments from its new owner.

But while there are plenty of shiny things vying for our attention, the larger (and duller) world of B2B software is having a fascinating year. Remember that when COVID-19 first swept the world, there were doubts about the good performance of technology companies. These concerns were misplaced; It turns out that businesses of all sizes still needed technology solutions to run their operations, which meant that even though much of the economy was suffering, tech companies gained extra momentum.


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The market went a little overboard with the idea last year, pushing valuations into the stratosphere and betting that a slew of smaller tech companies were the next Microsoft when in reality the number of truly massive winners in a venture capital context will remain limited.

Either way, valuations have fallen and growth reported by some public tech companies has slowed. But looking at the third quarter results, it’s not too hard to see elements of strength amid warnings from executives that the economy could remain rather shaky in the coming quarters.

Investors are getting stricter with their ratings this year, so we’re getting more specific. Today, let’s take a look at some recent tech results — with a focus on raw retention — from companies selling to large and small businesses. We’ll also incorporate notes from a conversation with Appian’s CEO last week, as well as new data from GGV on SMB spend. It gives us a modestly comprehensive perspective on where the software market — which makes up a large part of the broader tech industry — currently stands, and where it might go next year.

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How web development and software companies are helping develop the skills of industry startups https://intwaydonbass.com/how-web-development-and-software-companies-are-helping-develop-the-skills-of-industry-startups/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 08:04:44 +0000 https://intwaydonbass.com/how-web-development-and-software-companies-are-helping-develop-the-skills-of-industry-startups/ Running a business from the ground up is an art, but in the real world, startups face significant hurdles, whether it’s branding, revenue generation, business capabilities, and more. . There are no barriers to business success in today’s world. However, the startup needs a functional website. People are becoming more aware and grateful to search […]]]>

Running a business from the ground up is an art, but in the real world, startups face significant hurdles, whether it’s branding, revenue generation, business capabilities, and more. . There are no barriers to business success in today’s world. However, the startup needs a functional website.

People are becoming more aware and grateful to search online for the products and services they need, as we live in a digital society where everything around us is technology-centric. This is when the website becomes useful for hundreds of potential consumers. Since startups have never dealt with problems in an ever-changing business environment, it is ideal that they hire an experienced software development company equipped with automation, data science, business intelligence, applications up-to-date web, and other platforms.

The challenges faced by startups

The term startup refers to newly created businesses that require knowledge and skills in widely varying technologies and markets. Startups have a significant economic impact since they create many jobs. The startup environment, on the other hand, is extremely unexpected, dynamic, and chaotic, which may require an entrepreneur to act fast, learn fast, or even fail quickly in order to locate the appropriate market niche and earn more income. sustainable.

Many startups face many challenges and issues that the CTO, CIO or VP can help overcome without long-term ramifications, while others need to be properly assessed with long-term consequences. One of the main problems faced by a company at the beginning is to determine who will be in charge of the development of the applications. Choosing the right development company is another issue when it comes to leveraging software development outsourcing. Although investors often look for hard evidence of a significant technical function within the company, a software development company has a significant effect on the prospects of winning future investors and start-up funds. Therefore, if startups do not want to face the risk in the first phase, they should make careful efforts on the website by partnering with a professional web development company to lay a solid foundation for the business.

Benefits Startups Get From a Software Development Company

A web development service provider has the experience to create a website that looks amazing and works flawlessly, with all the features entrepreneurs demand. Here are some of the benefits of working with a web development company to help startups grow and become market experts:

Improve business operations: With the changing nature of business, companies of all sizes are going online to expand their presence and reach. In this case, hiring an experienced web development company is a great way for a startup to strengthen its position in the market. When a startup shares its online presence with customers through a website or app, the goal is to entice customers to buy and explore products and services online. Indeed, it is one of the friendliest ways to do business, reaching a growing number of customers. Additionally, entrepreneurs will have the best opportunity and exposure to prepare for the future during this phase.

Provide more business value: The duty of a web developer is not limited to building, designing and managing websites. Taking into account the company’s business goals, expert developers design unique techniques that the startup can use to gain a competitive advantage over others. As a result, web development companies can help startups by educating them about all the possibilities available. With this approach, companies are able to make more informed judgments. The tactics and techniques they use are highly personalized. Hiring a reputable web development agency is a great option for start-up businesses as they can offer higher business value. For example, the developer can select the support a startup needs for its software.

Maintain brand value: Creating a brand identity requires consistency. Businesses want their target audiences to become familiar with their brands. When people want to buy something, they go straight to the brand. It is essential to maintain consistency or consistency across all websites. When a startup employs a reputable website development company, the specialists work on all parts of the website that are good for branding, such as layouts and fonts, visuals and navigation, as well as the backend and the frontend. Other than that, app developers focus on uniformity to ensure that all these aspects are consistent across all web pages. Monotony is rejected and a professional appeal is guaranteed. After all, consistency is the key to establishing brand awareness, building trust and encouraging conversion.

Last point to remember for the growth of the industry!

Nowadays, people spend two out of three minutes online on smart gadgets. With the increasing importance of responsive application development, it is essential to provide consumers with improved usability. At the same time, the company must reduce its expenses. Therefore, cooperating with the right team of web developers can provide businesses with the best option. A consultant’s duty is to solve their clients’ problems by focusing on the firm’s industry expertise.



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Software as a Service (SaaS) Market Size [2022] | is estimated at USD 234,900 million, with a CAGR of 15.9% https://intwaydonbass.com/software-as-a-service-saas-market-size-2022-is-estimated-at-usd-234900-million-with-a-cagr-of-15-9/ Sun, 06 Nov 2022 06:59:34 +0000 https://intwaydonbass.com/software-as-a-service-saas-market-size-2022-is-estimated-at-usd-234900-million-with-a-cagr-of-15-9/ Industry research Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the influence of the Russian-Ukrainian war, the global software as a service (SaaS) market estimated at US$96,760 million in 2022 is expected to reach a revised size of US$234,900 million by 2028. , growing at a CAGR of 15.9% during the forecast period 2022-2028. Pune, Nov. 06, […]]]>

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the influence of the Russian-Ukrainian war, the global software as a service (SaaS) market estimated at US$96,760 million in 2022 is expected to reach a revised size of US$234,900 million by 2028. , growing at a CAGR of 15.9% during the forecast period 2022-2028.

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  • Human Resources Management (HRM)

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1 Presentation of the report

1.1 Scope of the study
1.2 Market Analysis by Type
1.2.1 Global Software as a Service (SaaS) Market Size Growth Rate by Type: 2017 VS 2021 VS 2028
1.2.2 Private cloud
1.2.3 Public cloud
1.2.4 Hybrid cloud
1.3 Market by Application
1.3.1 Global Software as a Service (SaaS) Market Growth Rate by Application: 2017 VS 2021 VS 2028
1.3.2 Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
1.3.3 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
1.3.4 Human resources management (HRM)
1.3.5 Supply Chain Management (SCM)
1.3.6 Other
1.4 Objectives of the study
1.5 years considered

2 Market perspective

2.1 Global Software as a Service (SaaS) Market Size (2017-2028)
2.2 Software as a Service (SaaS) Market Size in Major Geographies of the World: 2017 VS 2021 VS 2028
2.3 Global Software as a Service (SaaS) Market Size by Region (2017-2022)
2.4 Global Software as a Service (SaaS) Market Size Forecast by Region (2023-2028)
2.5 Global Software as a Service (SaaS) Top Countries Ranking by Market Size
3 Competitive Software as a Service (SaaS) by Company

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Catering Software Market Industry Updates, Future Growth, Business Outlook, Forecast to 2032 | Key Players: Aptus Systems Ltd., Better Cater, Inc, Caterease, Software https://intwaydonbass.com/catering-software-market-industry-updates-future-growth-business-outlook-forecast-to-2032-key-players-aptus-systems-ltd-better-cater-inc-caterease-software/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 10:28:20 +0000 https://intwaydonbass.com/catering-software-market-industry-updates-future-growth-business-outlook-forecast-to-2032-key-players-aptus-systems-ltd-better-cater-inc-caterease-software/ The research study provides critical market data such as growth influencing factors, barriers, and opportunities and strategies to overcome them. The study also includes industry data such as market value, share, CAGR, size, etc. to facilitate market research for new entrants. The research also examines economics, politics, technology, society, law, and the environment. For a […]]]>

The research study provides critical market data such as growth influencing factors, barriers, and opportunities and strategies to overcome them. The study also includes industry data such as market value, share, CAGR, size, etc. to facilitate market research for new entrants. The research also examines economics, politics, technology, society, law, and the environment.

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Major players active in the global Catering Software market include Aptus Systems Ltd., Better Cater, Inc., Caterease, Software, CaterTrax, Inc., CaterZen by Restaurant & Catering Systems, Flex Catering.

The aim of the report is to offer a comprehensive analysis of the market, along with insightful conclusions, statistical data, historical information, market data that has been confirmed by the industry and forecasts based on sound methodology. By identifying and examining the market segments and forecasting the global market size, the study also helps in understanding the dynamics and structure of the global Catering Software market. The Catering Software Market report also studies the competitive positioning of key companies in terms of product, pricing, financial status, product portfolio, growth strategies, and geographic presence.

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The industry report identifies key competitors and provides strategic industry analysis of key market drivers.

The global restaurant software market is segmented on the basis of application, type, distribution channel, and geography. The market is even more segmented

  • Per deployment (Cloud and on-premises)
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North America (United States, Canada, Mexico)
Europe (UK, Italy, Germany, Russia, France, Spain, Netherlands and rest of Europe)
Asia Pacific (India, Japan, China, South Korea, Australia, Indonesia Rest of Asia Pacific)
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Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, South Africa, Rest of Middle East and Africa)

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Elon Musk completes Twitter purchase, Meta is in trouble and it’s time to admit self-driving cars won’t happen https://intwaydonbass.com/elon-musk-completes-twitter-purchase-meta-is-in-trouble-and-its-time-to-admit-self-driving-cars-wont-happen/ Sat, 29 Oct 2022 20:14:41 +0000 https://intwaydonbass.com/elon-musk-completes-twitter-purchase-meta-is-in-trouble-and-its-time-to-admit-self-driving-cars-wont-happen/ Hey, folks, welcome to another edition of TechCrunch Week in Review, the place where we tell you the hottest stories from the past seven days. I stand in front of the laptop to Greg Kumparak this week, but don’t worry, he’ll be back soon. If you want this goodness in your inbox every Saturday, head […]]]>

Hey, folks, welcome to another edition of TechCrunch Week in Review, the place where we tell you the hottest stories from the past seven days. I stand in front of the laptop to Greg Kumparak this week, but don’t worry, he’ll be back soon.

If you want this goodness in your inbox every Saturday, head here to sign up. Now let’s go.

most read (Elon edition, a little)

Elon did it: He bought Twitter. The $44 billion acquisition closed this week, and on day one the platform’s new owner “cleaned up,” Taylor and Amanda write, firing CEO Parag Agrawal, CFO Ned Segal and Head of Legal, Policy and Trust Affairs Vijaya Gadde. Buying capped months of ups and downs, and this week was no different. Darrell summarized some highlights.

The flip-flop of Elon’s dismissal: While Elon Musk immediately fired people at the top, earlier this week in a cancellation of his declaration of layoff Last weekhe said he would not lay off 75% of Twitter staff – or 5,600 people – writes Rebecca, citing a Bloomberg report.

Apple’s Elon problem: Darrell’s headline says it all, really: “Twitter’s Elon problem may soon become Apple’s Elon problem too.” The problem is that Apple updated its developer guidelines this week, one of which “seeks social media revenue rent around promoted posts.”

Stopping Argo AI: Autonomous vehicle startup Argo AI, which launched in 2017 with $1 billion, has shut down. Its parts, writes Kirsten Korosec, are “absorbed by its two main backers: Ford and VW.”

Speaking of autonomous vehicles: After the Argo AI news hit, Darrell took to the site to explore the fact that, no, self-driving vehicles just won’t happen.

The value of MrBeast: Amanda asks if MrBeast, or 24-year-old YouTuber Jimmy Donaldson, is worth the $1.5 billion he values ​​his business at.

Meta is in trouble: This is the title. Meta released its third quarter results this week and they weren’t great. As Taylor writes, “With the Instagram part of the business not looking so hot lately, Meta has quintupled on the metaverse without considering whether it even knows what users want from all these And after changing the company’s name while ruining a perfectly fine word in the process, there’s no easy backtracking. Meta really was a perfectly fine word.

Google Pixel 7’s “dumb” flaw: Haje took a photo through an airplane window and noticed a reflection caused by the reflective chrome surrounding the phone’s camera lens. “This is a fairly common use case for most photography apps, which makes it all the more difficult to understand why Google has gone out of its way to make this experience worse.”

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  • On Equity this week, we share with you one of Natasha Mascarenhas’ Disrupt panels. She spoke with chief co-founders Lindsay Kaplan and Carolyn Childers about the future of their private club for women in leadership positions.
  • This week on Found, Darrell and Jordan sat down with Shanthi Rajan of construction management software company Linarc to discuss breaking into a slow-moving industry, building a team of talent across the globe, and working with customers to create the most useful product possible.
  • And on Chain Reaction, Anita and Jacquelyn discuss Apple’s new App Store guidelines, Reddit’s foray into the NFT space, and whether the new UK Prime Minister will live up to the hype. media he received from the crypto community.

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Dismantling of the launch platform: Palau project. Haje usually goes on to destroy pre-selection rounds, but he went there this week with the Palau project, which was founded by professional kitesurfer Jerome Cloetens, which is tackling climate change.

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IFS continues to post strong financial performance in 2022 with third quarter year-to-date results https://intwaydonbass.com/ifs-continues-to-post-strong-financial-performance-in-2022-with-third-quarter-year-to-date-results/ Thu, 27 Oct 2022 08:23:00 +0000 https://intwaydonbass.com/ifs-continues-to-post-strong-financial-performance-in-2022-with-third-quarter-year-to-date-results/ Annual recurring revenue increases 38% year-over-year Cloud revenue grows 104% over 2021 Q3 YTD Third Consecutive High Performance Quarter Consolidates IFS Leadership in Core Capabilities LONDON, October 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — IFS, the global cloud enterprise software company, today reported financial results for the third quarter of this year (YTD) September 30, 2022. IFS posted […]]]>
  • Annual recurring revenue increases 38% year-over-year
  • Cloud revenue grows 104% over 2021 Q3 YTD
  • Third Consecutive High Performance Quarter Consolidates IFS Leadership in Core Capabilities

LONDON, October 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — IFS, the global cloud enterprise software company, today reported financial results for the third quarter of this year (YTD) September 30, 2022. IFS posted strong financial performance with an annual recurring revenue (ARR) increase of 38% year-on-year (YOY) and cloud revenue growth of 104% vs. 3rd quarter cumulative 2021. The company attributes its continued success to its dogmatic commitment to delivering a frictionless experience for its customers and a product strategy that meets real market demand, and delivers the capabilities that business leaders are looking for today to mitigate risk, and tomorrow to future-proof their business. .

IFS also recorded a 26% increase in software revenue compared to Q3 YTD 2021: the increase in bookings was driven by a combination of new customer names accounting for 44% of new ACVs, and existing customers moving to IFS Cloud at an accelerated pace with the IFS Momentum upgrade program.

The company’s ability to differentiate itself by delivering integrated innovations such as AI, ML, IoT, automation and advanced analytics in ERP, EAM and FSM in a composable way means that enterprises have real choice when it comes to their business and digital transformation requirements and the pace at which they execute this, without having to compromise on functionality; a value proposition that resonates in the company’s target industries.

These differentiators have also earned IFS unparalleled recognition from leading analyst firms such as IDC, Gartner and Forrester over the years. Most recently, IFS was ranked #1, according to Gartner’s “Global EAM Market Share 2021 by Revenue” report, and named “A Leader for the seventh consecutive time in the 2022 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Field Service Management.” The company was also named “IDC MarketScape Leader for Global SaaS and Cloud-Based Manufacturing ERP” for 2022.

Additionally, IFS was also named Gartner Peer Insight Customers’ Choice for EAM in 2022. These accolades demonstrate IFS’s commitment to helping customers achieve their business goals and the fact that IFS Cloud and the Success Services of ‘IFS are more relevant than ever.

Darren RoosIFS CEO, commented“Our compelling proposition and sincere commitment to our customers continue to serve us to drive the growth of IFS. We are uniquely positioned in the industry with the best asset and service management capabilities.” Roos continued: “We are seeing more and more companies recognize that the ability to orchestrate their assets, people and customers on a single, composable platform across EAM, FSM and ERP helps them deliver incredible moments of service to their customers. It’s a real differentiator.” Roos concluded“I am grateful to our extended team of partners and employees for staying true to our commitment to add value and to continue to innovate and deliver the best to all of our customers when it matters most to them.”

Slim ConstancyChief Financial Officer of IFS, said“Our performance in the first nine months of this year has been exceptional. ARR increased by 38% compared to the third quarter of 2021. This demonstrates the health and resilience of our business.” Minc added: “Over the past few years, we have transformed our revenue model, which is not just a business but relies on the industry-leading capabilities of IFS Cloud, our teams have remained focused on quarter-over-quarter delivery, and These latest results are proof of that.”

Following the acquisition of Ultimo, now rebranded as IFS Ultimo, IFS further expanded its EAM market share. IFS Ultimo is a flexible, easy-to-deploy EAM solution aimed at companies looking for a state-of-the-art point solution for asset management.

Additionally, in Q3, IFS was proud to announce the winners of its 2022 Change for Good Awards. Now in its second year, the awards recognize and celebrate excellence in sustainability across the entire IFS ecosystem. Winners included Volvo Group, Technogroup, Cape Air and Tucson Electric Power. The initiative was complemented in October with a new ESG feature launched in the latest version of IFS Cloud.

Financial and Operational Highlights for Q3 2022 YTD (January-September 2022):

  • Recurring annual income 5.0 billion Swedish crownsan increase of 38% year-on-year
  • Third-quarter 2022 software revenue 4.5 billion Swedish crownsan increase of 26% compared to Q3 YTD 2021
  • Recurring revenue for the 3rd quarter of 2022 SEK 4.2 billionan increase of 46% compared to Q3 YTD 2021
  • Q3 2022 cloud revenue increased 104% from Q3 2021

*Note: All figures are based on Swedish Krona and reported in constant currency. The cloud includes the entire IFS Cloud (including IFS Cloud Remote) and the cloud deployment of other products.

Consistent with WorkWave’s establishment as a stand-alone business at the end of Q2 2021, the performance reported above excludes WorkWave’s contribution to the IFS Group.

Learn more at www.ifs.com/corp/company/financial-results

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IFS develops and delivers cloud-based enterprise software for companies around the world that manufacture and distribute goods, build and maintain assets, and run service-oriented operations. Within our single platform, our industry-specific products are inherently connected to a single data model and utilize embedded digital innovation so our customers can perform at their best when it really matters to them. their customers – at the Moment of Service™. The industry expertise of our people and our growing ecosystem, coupled with a commitment to delivering value at every step, has made IFS a recognized leader and the most recommended supplier in our industry. Our team of 5,000 employees lives our values ​​of agility, reliability and collaboration every day in the way we support our more than 10,000 customers. Find out how our enterprise software solutions can help your business today at ifs.com.

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Telephone: +44 7775 114 856

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Amazon responds to release of leaked documents showing 150% annual employee turnover rate https://intwaydonbass.com/amazon-responds-to-release-of-leaked-documents-showing-150-annual-employee-turnover-rate/ Mon, 24 Oct 2022 18:08:15 +0000 https://intwaydonbass.com/amazon-responds-to-release-of-leaked-documents-showing-150-annual-employee-turnover-rate/ When confidential company information is disclosed, it is a crisis management best practice to … [+] companies to respond with their side of the story. Amazon released a statement regarding the disclosure of confidential information regarding its high rate of employee attrition and other matters. (Photo by Ronny Hartmann/AFP) (Photo by RONNY HARTMANN/AFP via Getty […]]]>

The disclosure of confidential information about a company’s activities, products, services or employees can create a crisis for organizations by damaging – or further damaging – their credibility, image and reputation.

When documents are leaked, it is good crisis management practice for companies to tell their side of the story. That’s exactly what Amazon did in response to the release of confidential information about its high rate of employee attrition and other issues.

The issues raised by the leaked documents shed light on important aspects of today’s workplace and how business leaders are responding to them – or should – so they don’t create a crisis for their companies.

“The documents paint a bleak picture”

Fingadget received and was the first to report details last week about leaked confidential Amazon documents that were prepared earlier this year. Endgadget said the information showed the online retailer had an annual employee turnover rate of 150%, twice the industry average, costing the company and its shareholders $8 billion a year. .

The documents condemned Amazon “for failing to adequately use or track data in its employee training and promotion efforts, an ironic shortcoming for a company with a reputation for obsessively harvesting consumer insights.” . Fingadget reported.

The documents, “which include several internal research papers, slides and spreadsheets, paint a grim picture of Amazon’s ability to retain employees and how the current strategy may be financially damaging to the organization. as a whole,” according to the outlet.

The documents also “broadly condemn Amazon for failing to adequately use or track data in its efforts to train and promote employees, an ironic shortcoming for a company. [that] has a reputation for obsessively harvesting consumer information,” Fingadget wrote.

Amazon Statement

“We have not had the opportunity to review the draft documents cited in the Engadget article,” Steve Kelly, an Amazon spokesperson, said via email.

“That said, these are most certainly early drafts that haven’t been properly refined or approved, let alone finalized. Basing articles on unverified documents – without knowing when they were written, if they were validated or if they were subsequently corrected – can be misleading, as is the case with the Engadget article.”

“Amazon has a rigorous document review process – often documents never progress beyond draft, are rejected due to lack of reliable data, or are amended with corrected information,” Amazon said in a statement.

“After the Engadget published article, we believe we have been able to identify all of the leaked documents in question and can confirm that none of them have been fully verified or approved,” Amazon said.

Learn from Amazon

CEOs, business experts and HR consultants shared their insights and opinions on Amazon and their thoughts on what business leaders can learn from the company.

“A crisis of culture”

“Amazon’s level of compensation relative to the market is certainly a relevant factor, but the mass abandonment could stem from a culture crisis,” said Robert C. Bird, professor of business law and holder of the Eversource Energy Chair in Business Ethics at the University of Connecticut. , said via email.

“If employees don’t feel valued or see a long-term future for themselves at Amazon, if jobs are available, they will seek employment elsewhere. Every employee who leaves Amazon takes valuable human capital with them. company-specific,” he observed.

“This includes Amazon-specific knowledge and experience that will need to be fully recycled again when hiring replacement workers. Amazon will need to conduct frank introspection to determine the underlying causes of mass employee departures and consider how to restructure their workplace so that employees feel sufficiently valued,” Bird recommended.

Have the right HR policies

“An important lesson business leaders can take away is to have a good work culture and set HR policies that promote trust, inclusion and fairness,” said Adrienne Couch, resource analyst human resources at LLC Services, by e-mail.

“HR policies have a direct impact on the organization’s reputation, employee motivation and retention. Policies guide employees, communicate what the company expects of them, and prevent issues like the mass departure from Amazon,” she noted.

“Employees should be valued”

“While there are many factors to consider before offering pay raises, a raise and other benefits are important for employee motivation and retention,” Couch commented.

“As a business owner, giving employees a performance-based raise shows you appreciate their efforts and motivates them to work harder, in a win-win situation.

“Employees are a crucial resource for a company and should be valued and appreciated. Be considerate of them, listen to their complaints, and provide them with growth opportunities and benefits that fit their lifestyle to give them the best contribution at work,” she concluded.

Create a more positive work environment

Business leaders can learn from[Amazon’s] mistakes and create a more positive and motivating work environment that provides employees with greater job satisfaction,” Berry Moise, business consultant, said via email.

Creating a supportive and positive culture, offering competitive compensation, and providing opportunities for career growth can help reduce high turnover at Amazon,” he advised.

“Give people what they need and want”

“If there’s one thing we can learn from Amazon, it’s that people will leave your organization if you don’t give them what they need and want: fair pay, good balance work-life and respect,” Brian Greenberg, founder and CEO of Insurist, said via email.

“Amazon has failed in all three of these areas, which is why they’ve been losing employees at such an alarming rate. It’s time we all took this lesson to heart and [mad]Make sure our employees know how much they mean to us,” he advised.

“A mixed approach”

“One of the fascinating things here is that Amazon is a salary-driven company. They don’t believe in supplementing total compensation with employee benefits. It clearly doesn’t work. The law firms do the same thing and it doesn’t work,” Amy Spurling, founder and CEO of HR software company Compt, said via email.

“You have to have a mixed approach. First, because there is a cap on what you can pay an employee. Second, because if employees don’t really feel supported (beyond salary, health insurance, and time off), they will absolutely leave,” she predicted.

reality check

“Customer processing and transportation employees will now earn, on average, more than $19 per hour in the United States, and they also have access to a growing range of comprehensive benefits to support themselves and those of their family,” said John Felton, senior vice president of Amazon. president of global operations, said in a statement.

“Continuing to invest in salaries, providing easy access to earned salaries any time of the month, and providing excellent benefits and career advancement opportunities are all part of our long-term efforts to be the best employer in the world. “, he concluded.

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