- capioIT releases the Inaugural 2019 Asia Pacific Salesforce Solution Providers Capture Share Report – Accenture repeats global leadership with aggressive competition chasing hard.
- DXC Acquires System Partners – Finally joins the Salesforce Ecosystem
- Customer Perspectives on the Salesforce Ecosystem
- Google Maps is now a GIS platform – Consumers and Enterprise win
- capioIT releases the 2018 Global Salesforce Solution Providers Capture Share Report – Accenture still leads the way, but competition is catching up.
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Author Archives: capioIT - Phil Hassey
capioIT releases the Inaugural 2019 Asia Pacific Salesforce Solution Providers Capture Share Report – Accenture repeats global leadership with aggressive competition chasing hard.
Globally, Salesforce is the dominant SaaS provider and the clear leader in the customer experience ecosystem. This dominance has not yet translated as strongly to the broad Asia Pacific market, although that reflects local market characteristics more than Salesforce execution. … Continue reading
At Dreamforce 2018 today, DXC announced the acquisition of Australian based Salesforce Platinum partner, System Partners. System Partners is one of the leading integrators in Australia, with a focus on Financial Services and the Public Sector. Firstly, congratulations to both … Continue reading
As part of the Capture Share process – see – https://capioit.wordpress.com/2018/08/27/1828/ capioIT conducted extensive qualitative interviews with Salesforce clients to understand their experience with both the Salesforce platform and the integration provider. here is some of the feedback Salesforce has had … Continue reading
Google held their Enterprise Cloud meeting in San Francisco in July. While there was plenty to hear from them regarding investment in the Google Cloud Platform (GCP), the announcements were not limited to the cloud. For me, as a … Continue reading
capioIT releases the 2018 Global Salesforce Solution Providers Capture Share Report – Accenture still leads the way, but competition is catching up.
The constant growth of Salesforce has proven to be on of the critical success stories for the SaaS market, if not the most outstanding success. In 2018 it passed US$10B in revenue and is on track to be the fastest … Continue reading
The cloud in the Asia Pacific region has had considerable build up in the past two years. In the major markets, all of the hyper-scale providers are present or have announced intentions. As a result, Australia, India, Japan, Korea and … Continue reading
IBM held their think conference in March 2018. As with all vendor conferences, the content comes fast, it is varied and takes a while to digest. Think was the first time that IBM integrated all their business units into … Continue reading