SAP pre-announces, still sees growth for 2020

SAP pre-announces, still sees growth for 2020

SAP pre-announces, still sees growth for 2020 SAP became the latest company in our PLMish universe to pre-announce results for the quarter ended March 31, and offer some glimpses into how other companies may have fared — and to what the rest of 2020 may hold....
SAP pre-announces, still sees growth for 2020

OnScale secures $10 million investment

Yesterday, I wrote about the continuing buying spree in CAE. Then came the news that OnScale has secured $10 million in Series A funding led by Intel Capital and Gradient Ventures, Google’s investment fund, along with Thornton Tomasetti, Stage 2 Capital, Cultivation...
Did you feel it? Amazon web services were down yesterday

Did you feel it? Amazon web services were down yesterday

— and for something like four hours, from 1 PM ET to 5PM ET or so. I wasn’t using any cloud solutions as my primary tools at that time but did feel occasional hiccups in email or web things that were peripherally affected. Bottom line: I was able to work,...
SAP pre-announces, still sees growth for 2020

Autodesk subs momentum builds in FQ1

I continue to try to catch up — and today we take a look at Autodesk’s calendar Q1 results, for the three months ended April 30. Autodesk reported these back on May 19, so this isn’t new news. What it is, however, is a great pointer to what...
SAP pre-announces, still sees growth for 2020

Exa’s Q1 shows some customers, at least, favoring cloud

Earnings keep coming and the news is increasingly positive — in our PLMish world, at least, customers are buying and using technology to continue to innovate. One recent announcement comes from Exa, the CFD maker. Exa reported that first quarter fiscal 2017,...