Citrix Hires Arlen Shenkman as CFO
He joins the company from SAP, where he held financial and business development roles critical to the software maker’s cloud transformation.
SAP Software Sales Dip in Asia Amid Trade Feud
"Trade-related uncertainty in Asia impacted our software revenue performance in the region," CFO Luka Mucic says.
Today’s Purpose for M&A: Gaining Digital Expertise
This year, many or even most deals likely will be driven by a company's desire to accelerate its digital transformation.
Sales Calls from Inside Prison Walls
Lead-generation firm Televerde puts purpose over profit by employing hundreds of incarcerated women to make sales calls and improve their lives.
SAP Announces Restructuring Charge
The company said it expects continued growth as it emphasizes its cloud business.
SAP Buys Qualtrics to Boost CRM Offerings
The $8 billion deal "reaffirms experience management as the groundbreaking new frontier for the technology industry,” SAP's CEO says.
What Are the Top ERP Systems for 2019?
The ERP market is in great flux as 2018 winds down, positioning some ERPs in unaccustomed positions as market leaders.
SAP Sales Jump 7% on Cloud Business Surge
Cloud subscriptions and support revenue rose 39% in Q3 but SAP is experiencing some customer resistance to its shift to the cloud.
Finance Teams Must Adapt to Working With Machines
With automation having replaced many low-level workers, the white-collared set is now worrying about their own fate. But should they be?
Mature Tool Giant Plots Big Growth Push
Stanley Black & Decker has doubled its size multiple times in its CFO's 20 years at the company. Doing it again requires a different, higher-tech approach.