The acquisition of Qualtrics was a strategic move on SAP's side to enhance its experience management capabilities. [shutterstock: 740139466, totojang1977]

The acquisition of Qualtrics was a strategic move on SAP's side to enhance its experience management capabilities. [shutterstock: 740139466, totojang1977]

Experience Management: SAP To Acquire Qualtrics

SAP and Qualtrics announced they have entered into a definitive agreement under which SAP intends to acquire Qualtrics, the global pioneer of the experience management (XM) software category that enables organizations to thrive in today’s experience economy.

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IT service providers might be key for digital transformation, Luenendonk survey suggests. [shutterstock: 634991003, jamesteohart]

IT service providers might be key for digital transformation, Luenendonk survey suggests. [shutterstock: 634991003, jamesteohart]

Digital Transformation: IT Service Providers Are Key for Success

For IT service providers, the next years are looking very promising. This is no surprise - new technologies like Blockchain or AI as well as topics like cloud migration and business process automation are increasing customers‘ demand for support.

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SAP is building a new human resources community to tackle the people issues of today. [shutterstock: 344201303, Rawpixel.com]

SAP is building a new human resources community to tackle the people issues of today. [shutterstock: 344201303, Rawpixel.com]

SAP Builds New Human Resources Community

SAP announced that it is building an open community of purpose-built and easy-to-consume applications designed to tackle the most critical people issues facing human resources (HR) professionals and business leaders today.

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IBM is to acquire Red Hat, a leading provider of open source technology. [shutterstock: 1039493233, metamorworks]

IBM is to acquire Red Hat, a leading provider of open source technology. [shutterstock: 1039493233, metamorworks]

IBM Announced Planned Acquisition Of Red Hat

IBM and Red Hat announced that the companies have reached a definitive agreement under which IBM will acquire all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Red Hat for $190.00 per share in cash, representing a total enterprise value of approximately $34 billion.

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