Delhivery acquires Primaseller
Commenting on the acquisition, Kapil Bharati, Co-founder & CTO at Delhivery, said, “This development will help us bolster our technical capabilities and stay ahead of the curve, given that technology has and continues to be our core business differentiator. It further helps us strengthen our long-term vision of becoming the operating system for commerce in India.”
Delhivery is a supply chain services company that provides transportation, warehousing, freight, and order fulfillment services & Primaseller is a SaaS Platform for omnichannel retailers allowing businesses to manage inventory and orders across channels. The acquisition is expected to strengthen the technology capabilities of Delhivery.
In September of last year, Epicor was sold by KKR & Co. Inc. to Clayton Dubilier & Rice LLC (CD&R), private equity firms that are both based in New York, for a reported $4.7 billion. It's expected that CD&R will provide the investment for Epicor to manage the transition to a cloud-first company.In the past few years, Epicor Software, which was founded in 1972 and is based in Austin, Texas, has made major investments in modernizing its product architecture to support a SaaS model and has redesigned the UI to be more usable and mobile-centric.
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Hyland, a leading content services provider that enables thousands of organizations to deliver better experiences to the people they serve, has added two new cloud locations to support global SaaS growth.
New locations provide geographically diverse options for Hyland's growing cloud customers. Today, more than 1175 global organizations in 29 countries leverage SaaS offerings in the Hyland Cloud. The privately managed cloud is configured and maintained to provide maximum security, demonstrated by ongoing audits and adherence to strict ISO-based policies.
In the past couple of years, the country has seen tremendous growth in the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) industry. SaaS refers to a cloud computing offering and a way of delivering applications over the Internet
According to data from NASSCOM, as of FY2020, the country’s SaaS revenue has reached US$3.5 billion, with 75% sales coming from global markets. The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly expedited enterprise cloud adoption as companies seek to keep going their business. With India’s emerging startup landscape and its rapid strides in digital adoption, the demand for SaaS products is seeing an upward graph.
Sydney-founded cyber security start-up has launched a footprint in Singapore as part of a major push into the Asian market. The Singapore market is key to our growth strategy in Asia,” the Founder and CEO Ian Yip, said.
Avertro provides a software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform that focuses on the “business benefits of cyber security”, which the company says “quantifies the value for the whole organisation”.
Onapsis, the leader in mission-critical application cybersecurity and compliance, today announced the general availability of support for SAP SuccessFactors in The Onapsis Platform.
General Availability of SAP SuccessFactors coverage in The Onapsis Platform would allow increased visibility of interconnected business applications to ensure security and compliance in the intelligent enterprise.
Exertis Cloud has launched its Smarter SaaS service, software asset management tool, in partnership with The Business Software Centre (TBSC). Smarter SaaS for Microsoft 365 is a cloud-based Software Asset Management solution that optimises M365 subscriptions. This service automatically recommends ways of managing IT costs while finding the optimal Microsoft 365 subscriptions for each user. The Exertis branded dashboard solution will enable users to recognise and manage the key factors for optimisation.