enterprise application software

Asia Pacific enterprise application software market grows 6.5% in 2013

The enterprise application software market in Asia Pacific (excluding Japan) grew by 6.5 percent in 2013 to reach $12.6 billion, slightly lower growth than in 2012, according to the latest worldwide software market share results from research firm Gartner. Application software markets include enterprise resource planning (ERP), office suites, customer relationship management (CRM), business intelligence…

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financial software development

Innovation in Banking on the Rise

Bank Innovation, a blog site produced by Royal Media Group, a media company that has served the financial services industry since 1995 released the results of its Q3 “State of Banking Innovation” survey. The survey polled industry watchers on which area of innovation their company is spending the most, what innovation looked like in banking today, and what it…

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enterprise

Enterprises Plan to Outsource Application Development and Maintenance

A survey, “State of the Outsourcing Industry 2013″, conducted by Big Four accounting firm KPMG, and HfS Research, a leading analyst authority on global business operations strategies, revealed that roughly half of major enterprises intend to increase the volume of application development outsourcing and outsourced application maintenance during 2013, while about forty percent of companies plan to increase finance and…

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Three Trends to Drive Enterprise IT in 2013

In 2012, we saw intriguing technology shifts around Mobile, Cloud, Social and Big Data. There was a shift towards the cloud, enormous growth in usage of social media, explosion of big data, increased reliability on mobile technology and consumerization of IT. Now that 2013 has finally arrived, these trends will continue to bring value and…

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Why We Use MongoDB

The NoSQL database movement is rapidly gaining ground in the enterprise application development. NoSQL (Not Only SQL) is loosely defined as a set of database management system that follows a more non-relational approach to data representation and does not require fixed table schema. They are designed to be horizontally scalable and fault tolerant. According to 10gen, creators…

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