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SAP Invests in Customer and Partner Success Through New Initiatives That Create Best-run Businesses

SAP SE announced free global access to software demonstration environments to help partners navigate today's business landscape and create best-run businesses for their customers. The announcement was made at SAP® Global Partner Summit, being held online June 3. As the world continues to adjust to the COVID-19 pandemic, SAP is helping partners maintain business continuity by turbocharging its next-generation partnering movement and identifying powerful ways to help partners accelerate their customers' journey to recovery.…

Acquia Appoints SaaS Pro Matt Kaplan to Lead Product Team

 Matt Kaplan Joins Acquia from LogMeIn Digital experience company Acquia has announced the appointment of Matt Kaplan as its new senior vice president of product, who is responsible for advancing Acquia’s portfolio of platform applications that power world-class digital experiences. Matt Kaplan joins Acquia from LogMeIn, where he served as Chief Product Officer and general manager of emerging products. “Matt is extremely growth-oriented and passionate about innovation. He’s a creative force who knows how to design…

OpenX Taps Leading AdTech Veteran Todd Parsons as Chief Product Officer

OpenX's Latest Announcement Follows Series of Senior Mobile and Video Product Hires Leading programmatic adtech provider, OpenX has announced the appointment of Todd Parsons as Chief Product Officer. An expert in audience identification, Todd Parsons brings more than 15 years of experience developing products that meet the changing needs of marketers in the rapidly evolving media landscape. The new position will allow the company to increase focus on innovation, and accelerate the development of programmatic solutions for…

Amazon Versus Google Search: Who Is Winning the Battle and How?

Amazon Has Become the No.1 Source of Product Searches Online, Outdoing Google and Several Others for Years Now Amazon’s advertisement business still has a lot of scope for growth. Last year, the retail giant accounted for nearly half of all product searches, according to the details based on a survey. Alphabet, on the other hand, accounted for 36% of the market. According to a report by Merkle for Q2, 2018- Google’s product listed ads accounted for 59% of the company’s ad clicks in Q2. Despite the figures, Amazon’s…