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Cognizant reveals financial results for Q2 2017
The company posted a rise in revenue to $3.67 billion, up 8.9% from the year-ago quarter and 3.5% sequentially.
Positive June quarter for Infosys with more money, clients and employees
As of June 30 2017, liquid assets including cash and cash equivalents and investments are $6,091 million, compared $5.979 million on March 31 2017.
Reckon releases full year earnings for 2016 – revenues driven by cloud
Reckon recently reported its full year earning to 31 December 2016 – and the results are good.
Apple’s first quarter results are out – and the news is (mostly) good
And they've done it - Apple proves that they can grow revenue for the first time in a year.
APAC the driving force behind Megaport's FY16 revenue
"We are extremely pleased with the results of our Australian and New Zealand business units, where we have the longest operational history."
Empired's ECM service gains traction in NZ market
The company says it estimates the market opportunity within the New Zealand government market alone is approximately 45,000 users.
This is the time that will make or break Aussie businesses
“The IT department has found itself having to say ‘no’ to new business opportunities too often. It wasn’t supposed to be that way."
Infinidat sales up 213%, thanks largely to channel partners
“Our quarterly sales growth continues at a triple-digit pace and is a direct result of our expansion across sales channels and around the globe."
Ruckus off to a strong start in 2016 with $100 million in revenue
"I remain excited about our pending acquisition by Brocade, which will enable us to jointly deliver value-added solutions to customers."
Netsuite off to a strong start in 2016
“NetSuite’s fiscal year 2016 started strong with record first quarter results as we grew year-over-year revenue by more than 30%."
IBM experiences drop in revenue across nearly all segments
"IBM will continue to invest as we transform our operations, expanding our industry expertise and our cognitive and cloud capabilities."
Promapp a Kiwi company to watch, according to Deloitte
“We're delighted to be recognised and included in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific. We’re looking forward to building on this success."
Infor rides the cloud computing wave
“Q3 was a strong quarter for Infor with ongoing growth as we continue to set the standard for successfully transitioning to a cloud business model."
Cognitive computing proves to be huge disruptive force
"The markets for these cognitively enabled applications and cognitive software platforms is just beginning, and IDC expects spending to accelerate."
Palo Alto Networks hits new record for revenue growth
"We reported strong fiscal second quarter results across all metrics, including record revenue of $334.7 million, which increased 54% year-over-year."
Bulletproof still experiencing strong revenue growth
“Bulletproof’s strategic acquisitions and organic growth initiatives to the market continue to deliver revenue and profitability growth."
RXP well positioned for continued growth
“The ability to evolve and grow our business organically has been a key driver to our success."
Sonus scrambles to recover from rocky start to 2015
Sonus Networks bounced back in the second half of 2015 after a rocky start to the year, but still earned less revenue overall when compared to 2014.
FireEye reports record revenue, shows no signs of slowing down
“We made tremendous progress in 2015 on our multi-year journey to build the world’s leading advanced threat management platform."
Kiwi SMEs win out over Aussie counterparts
"What should be a priority for SMBs is making the most of the opportunities that technology can provide in order to remain competitive."
Is the CMO the newest member of the IT team?
"Business leaders outside of IT are making large and significant IT purchasing decisions – particularly the chief marketing officer (CMO)."
What are digital disruptors doing to beat out the competition?
“Not all businesses are on equal footing - some are forging ahead, some are getting left behind."
Qualcomm to cut spending by billions, staff by thousands
Qualcomm plans to cut approximately $1.4 billion in spending to ‘aggressively right-size cost structure’, cut staff, and split its business into two.
Xero to double turnover to $200M this year, says CEO Rod Drury
New Zealand accounting software pioneer Xero expects to double global revenue to more than $200 million in the year to March 2016.