Software as a service
CFO’s Tech Companies to Watch 2018: Adaptive Insights
Without the cloud, it isn’t possible to build planning models that are powerful enough or that can refresh all relevant data, says Adaptive's CFO.
CFO Delegates Key Roles to Finance Staff
To allow himself time to focus on growing the company, a finance chief empowers underlings to serve as business partners to functional leaders.
Tech CFOs Grow Desperate for Talent
"For literally every job we have out there, it's very hard to find people."
Medium-Enterprise Business Boosts Workday
The software-as-a-service provider delivered a fourth straight quarter of more than 40% growth in subscription revenue.
Revenue Recognition ‘Doomsday Clock’ Is Ticking
Many finance departments at subscription-based companies are woefully unprepared for the new accounting standard, says Zuora's CEO.
Why Workday Adopted New Revenue Recognition Rules Early
CFO Robynne Sisco explains the reasons the company opted, unlike all but a few others, to be an early adopter of the new revenue recognition standard.
Oracle Beats Estimates, Cloud Revenue up 63%
"Our pivot to the cloud is now clearly in full swing," Oracle co-CEO Safra Catz says.
Oracle Earnings Miss Despite Cloud Growth
The software giant reported cloud revenue rose 59% in the first quarter but the higher-margin software licensing business continues to sag.
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Vista Equity to Take Marketo Private for $1.79B
Marketo, a cloud-based marketing software firm, fetched a 64% premium to its unaffected closing price on May 9.
Intuit Manages a Big Accounting Change
The move to a recurring revenue model and the associated revenue recognition shift presented some challenges for the software company.