Daily Links 4/25/2012: ShopRunner acquires PickUpZone to compete with Amazon's Lockers

SAP Sees ‘Very Solid Pipeline’ as Quarterly Profit Rises (Bloomberg)

SAP Backs 2012 Targets After Profit Rise (CNBC)

Bricks Vs. Clicks: ShopRunner Takes Aim at Amazon’s Lockers With PickUpZone Acquisition (All Things D)
ShopRunner, based in Conshohocken, is part of GSI Commerce founder Michael Rubin's Kynetic LLC.

InterDigital Rallies On Report It Resumes Shopping Patents (Forbes)

InterDigital Shopping 'Modest Portion' Of Patent Portfolio (Forbes)

Salesforce Moves into the Government Cloud and Social (New York Times: Bits)
To be announced today at CloudForce in DC.

Is Netflix Doomed? (The New Yorker)

Comcast to open first Phila.-area Xfinity store (Philadelphia Business Journal)

Amazon Supply Launches -- New Competition for Industrial Distributors, Ariba, SciQuest and Others (Spend Matters)
Amazon tries to take on the B to B world.

Quality Systems, Inc. Acquires Matrix Management Solutions
Acquisition Brings NextGen(TM) Practice Solutions Additional Resources and Expertise for Addressing Increased Market Demand for Revenue Cycle Services
(Business Wire)
Quality Systems' NextGen Healthcare is based in Horsham.

A Look at Bentley’s New Release of ProjectWise, Focused on 3D Image Processing (Directions Magazine)

T-Mobile Loads Up LTE Spectrum Ammo (Light Reading Mobile)

GPS III Endures Bad Press (GPS World)
Article says Lockheed overrun problems not as severe as some reports have suggested.

IBM Acquires Pittsburgh-based Enterprise Search Software Company Vivisimo To Boost Big Data Analytics (TechCrunch)

Development Team Expansion and New Technology Partnership Poises RES Software for Accelerated Growth
New development center and strategic partnership signal RES Software commitment to product innovation, quality and faster time to market
(Business Wire)