IT services provider Accenture Ltd. narrowly beat revenue and earnings expectations for the third quarter of its 2002 fiscal year, ended May 31, while stating it continues to face a "challenging" economic climate, the company said in a statement Friday morning.
Burger King Corp. is serving an upgrade of SAP AG's business applications to its end users. It's one of a small but growing number of fast-food companies that are standardizing their systems on packaged enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications.
Determined to affirm support of its 81,000 strong partner community, Microsoft Corp. Friday kicked off its Fusion show here announcing new leadership and reinforcing commitment to fostering business opportunities based on its .Net infrastructure strategy.
A survey of 700 developers in mainland China revealed that while the Windows operating system dominates the country's software development efforts, a significant proportion of programmers are beginning to develop applications for Linux or plan to do so in the next year.
Software and services vendor Compuware Corp. has filed a second lawsuit against IBM Corp., adding charges of libel and unfair competition to an earlier complaint that IBM is plagiarizing Compuware's source code and abusing its dominant market position.
The Chemical Industry Data Exchange (CIDX) last week served up Version 3.0 of its Chem eStandards protocol as well as a standard implementation framework. The latest version of the XML-based protocol for exchanging data across chemical industry trading networks features seven new business messages to complement the other 45 defined messages.
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