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Performance reviews remade

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There's no shortage of HR software to track employee goals. The next step is to get workers to actually follow them. FORTUNE -- Stodgy human resources software is getting a reboot. Over the past year enterprise giants IBM (IBM), Oracle (ORCL), and SAP (SAP) have collectively shelled out some $6...
Performance reviews remade

IBM to buy cloud HR software vendor Kenexa for $1.3B

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IBM plans to boost its enterprise social line of software by acquiring Kenexa, a maker of cloud-based human resources applications, the companies said Monday....
IBM to buy cloud HR software vendor Kenexa for $1.3B

Salesforce Unveils New Ways to Motivate

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In the business of selling stuff, there’s a lot of managing. Sales reps usually have a boss they check in with update on the status of deals in the pipeline, maybe get some advice on how to close a deal when there’s stiff competition from another company, or to go...
Salesforce Unveils New Ways to Motivate

An Influential Angel Investor In Dropbox Has An Accounting Mess On His Hands (SABA)

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Bobby Yazdani, the CEO of cloud-based HR software maker Saba, is in the middle of a giant accounting mess. Today, Saba announced that it was going to restate at least three years worth of financial results--maybe five years. The issue mostly came from work done by the company's subsidiary in India,...
An Influential Angel Investor In Dropbox Has An Accounting Mess On His Hands (SABA)

Like We Said: Workday Will File for Its IPO This Summer

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Aneel BhusriWorkday, the cloud-based purveyor of human resources software, continues to rev up its engine for an initial public offering that will take place in the fall. The latest hints on timing come in the form of an extensive interview in Bloomberg Businessweek (the magazine I used to work for)...
Like We Said: Workday Will File for Its IPO This Summer

Let the cloud wars begin

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Oracle’s $1.9 billion acquisition of cloud-based talent management software maker Taleois a shot across the bow to rival SAP. FORTUNE — Take that, SAP. Oracle just announced it is buying Taleo, maker of cloud-based talent management software, for $1.9 billion. The move comes just two months after rival SAP said...
Let the cloud wars begin
Markets: Workday Gets to Work on $3.8 Billion IPO, and a Shot at Revenge

HR Software Maker Workday Sets Price Range For IPO At $21 To $24 Per Share , Valued At Nearly $4B

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Workday, a company offering online tools for enterprises to manage human resources, payroll, and finances, has set the terms for its IPO. The company is pricing its shares between $21 and $24 each, according to an SEC filing this morning. The company could raise as much as $628 million in...
HR Software Maker Workday Sets Price Range For IPO At $21 To $24 Per Share , Valued At Nearly $4B

Yammer Acquisition Rumors Push Jive Shares Up

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“Buy on the rumor; sell on the news.” That’s an old Wall Street saying that sums up with surprising accuracy the behavior of investors to the presence of uncertain rumors in the marketplace. The rumor in this case is the intention of the software giant Microsoft to acquire the enterprise...
Yammer Acquisition Rumors Push Jive Shares Up
Wowza: IBM to buy HR software player Kenexa for $1.3B
PeopleMatter raises $19M in a fourth round for HR software
Lessons from a rare $2 billion LA tech win: "I was competing with both hands tied behind my back"

IBM buys HR software company Kenexa for a whopping $1.3 billion

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IBM this morning announced its intent to acquire Kenexa, a publicly-held maker of human resource management software, for about $1.3 billion. IBM’s $46 per share offer represents a 42.5 percent premium to Kenexa’s closing price on Friday. We’re updating this post, hang tight....
IBM buys HR software company Kenexa for a whopping $1.3 billion

Salesforce Shows Off Its Rypple Acquisition, Analysts Applaud

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Remember that crazy sequence of acquisitions in recent months of cloud-based companies who specialize in Human Resources? First there was SuccessFactors, which went to SAP for $3.4 billion in December. And last month Oracle stepped up to take out Taleo for $1.9 billion. These deals took place against the backdrop...
Salesforce Shows Off Its Rypple Acquisition, Analysts Applaud

IBM to Buy Cloud HR Software Vendor Kenexa for $1.3B

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IBM plans to boost its enterprise social line of software by acquiring Kenexa, a maker of cloud-based human resources applications, the companies said on Monday......
IBM to Buy Cloud HR Software Vendor Kenexa for $1.3B

17 Enterprise Startups To Bet Your Career On

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Enterprise tech was once considered dull. But there's nothing dull about a job with stock options that could make you a millionaire.  And enterprise tech is hot in 2012 in every way. VCs are looking to fund more enterprise ideas Some of the brightest minds in the Valley are working...
17 Enterprise Startups To Bet Your Career On

Silk Road, Another HR Software Service in the Cloud, Lands $35 Million

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One of the evolving themes of the year has been the heat coming from the otherwise sleepy world of human resource software — applications companies use to manage their people and payroll. For years the applications were traditional on-premise software — you’d run it on a server or a series...
Silk Road, Another HR Software Service in the Cloud, Lands $35 Million

Auditor: State's HR software system has series of 'material weaknesses'

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An SAP-based human resources software system implemented last year by Kentucky's government suffered from a series of "material weaknesses" that could result in significant financial misstatements, according to a report released this week by the state's auditor....
Auditor: State's HR software system has series of 'material weaknesses'

Virtual HR Company TribeHR Scores Another $2.5 Million In Funding

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TribeHR, a company that provides virtual HR services, just announced it has raised $2.5 million in funding, bringing its total to $3.6 million. The company provides HR software to small and medium-sized businesses. It provides support in recruiting, managing vacation days, remembering salary history, and other tasks. The price range...
Virtual HR Company TribeHR Scores Another $2.5 Million In Funding

Investors Sure Love Them Some Jive Today

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Shares of Jive are getting a lot of love today in part because of a positive mention over the weekend by our friends over at Barron’s. As of 2:20 pm, Jive’s share price was up 7.5 percent to $18.36, which is nearly as high as it has traded ever, which...
Investors Sure Love Them Some Jive Today

Why Oracle May Really Be Doomed This Time

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I was laying awake early this morning thinking about Oracle. Back when it was starting its $20 billion buying spree of companies in 2006, analysts all said the strategy would fail. There were a lot of compelling arguments why. People said that the assets of a software company are the...
Why Oracle May Really Be Doomed This Time

HR Software Maker Workday Files For $400M IPO

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Workday, a company offering online products for enterprises to manage human resources, payroll, and finances, just filed an S-1 form declaring its intention to raise up to $400 million in an IPO. The company was founded in 2005, and says that in its most recent fiscal year (ending January 31,...
HR Software Maker Workday Files For $400M IPO
Workday launches mobile HTML5 apps to help HR pros on the go

getTalent Helps Companies Build Relationships With Job Candidates, Raises $2.6M Led by SuccessFactors

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getTalent, a startup offering candidate engagement tools for recruiters, is emerging from stealth mode today. It’s also announcing that it has raised $2.6 million in funding. The company’s largest investor is HR software maker SuccessFactors, which was acquired by SAP last year. Angel investors include Krutal Desai (head of special...
getTalent Helps Companies Build Relationships With Job Candidates, Raises $2.6M Led by SuccessFactors

Surprise! Oracle Is A Bigger Power In The Cloud Than You Thought.

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Asa Mathat / AllThingsD.com You’ve got to hand it Oracle CEO Larry Ellison and his team of lieutenants: They know how to tell the world exactly what to do with their speculative chatter, even if part of it is turns out to be right. Oracle shares finished today’s regular trading...
Surprise! Oracle Is A Bigger Power In The Cloud Than You Thought.

Sponsored post: Under the Radar 2013: not your typical startup event

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Under the Radar 2013 (May 22 and 23, in San Francisco) is a unique startup showcase that has a track record of identifying next-generation category leaders. Just how proven is UTR in identifying the “next big thing”? Under the Radar was pivotal in getting companies like AdMob, BillFloat, Box, Flickr, GoodData, Jive, LinkedIn,...
Sponsored post: Under the Radar 2013: not your typical startup event
Your Thumb Will Replace Your Mouse -- And Other Changes Coming To Your Work Apps
Enterprise analytics app maker Tidemark launches out of beta, names COO

IBM pays $1.3B for HR software provider Kenexa

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IBM is acquiring recruiting and talent software management provider Kenexa for $1.3 billion or $46 a share in a bid to bolster its social business capabilities and build out its HR services. IBM is following in the footsteps of Oracle and SAP, which bought Kenexa competitors Taleo and SuccessFactors respectively in the last...
IBM pays $1.3B for HR software provider Kenexa

Auditor: State's HR Software System Has Series of 'material Weaknesses'

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An SAP-based human resources software system implemented last year by Kentucky's government suffered from a series of "material weaknesses" that could result in......
Auditor: State's HR Software System Has Series of 'material Weaknesses'
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