First Distribution adds AvePoint Digital Collaboration Security and Management Solutions

To power modern work and enhance security, First Distribution now offers AvePoint to the Partner Ecosystem.
Jul 19, 2022

CloudSmiths DotModus merge at the right time

Both have partnership growth in mind behind newly formed customer journey powerhouse.
Feb 14, 2022

Enterprise’s biggest challenge yet - growing digital skills for the future of work

According to the International Finance Corporation, 230 million jobs in sub-Saharan Africa will require digital skills by 2030 says Robin Fisher, Emerging Markets Senior Area Vice President at Salesforce.
Nov 2, 2021

Digital shoppers face a tight festive season say pundits

Despite predicted 7% growth in digital commerce this year, rising costs due to COVID-19 expected to hit the supply chain.
Oct 21, 2021

Digital opportunities and key role-players

Cloud-related technologies will account for 27% of digital transformation IT spending this year, growing to 37% in 2026 says Richard Chambers, Area Vice President, Africa & MED, Salesforce.
Aug 27, 2021

Tackling misconceptions around reskilling

G20 countries could miss out on US$11.5-trillion of cumulative GDP growth if the growing digital skills gap is not addressed, according to Accenture, says Robin Fisher, Senior Area Vice President, Salesforce Emerging Markets.
Jul 22, 2021

Salesforce concludes $27.7bn Slack acquisition

US-based customer relationship management solutions giant Salesforce completes the purchase of Slack Technologies.
Feb 4, 2021

Three keys to building resilience

Customer-centricity and positive employee experiences will show us what it means for companies to be resilient says Robin Fisher, Area Vice President, Salesforce - Emerging Markets.
Aug 4, 2020

SA cloud subscriptions to be worth US$1.7bn in 2024

Global CRM company Salesforce has released research from market intelligence firm IDC.
Nov 22, 2016

Embracing the multi-cloud world could increase profits

Companies that have migrated the majority of their business systems to the cloud save on average more than 20 percent in IT spending as a percentage of revenue. Cloud application projects have also been found to deliver more than double the Return on Investment of traditional on-premise projects.