Daily Links 2/22/2013: Enterprise Software Roundup

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SAP Speeds Up With Its Hana Database Software (Businessweek)

The Second Question (Vijay Vijayasankar/Vijay's thoughts on all things big and small)
Why run SAP BW on HANA?

Coke bottler picks SaaS over SAP (Computerworld)

Brit SAP house G3 Global slurps 2e2's SAP house
Diagonal moves from Morse to 2e2... to an SME in Weybridge
(The Channel)
Diagonal is based in Berwyn, PA.

Informatica Stitches Workday and NetSuite Together (All Things D)

Infor: a grown-up stealth start-up (Vinnie Mirchandani/Enterprise Irregulars)

4Q12 Performance for Trident Capital’s SaaS Portfolio; Nice Way to End the Year (Trident Capital Blog)


Intel acquires Lancaster-based AppMobi's HTML5 tools business

Tom Paine

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Intel has acquired Lancaster-based AppMobi's HTML5 developer tools platform and hired several of appMobi's related personnel, AppMobi announced yesterday. Those individuals moving to Intel will continue to be based in Lancaster, the company said. Terms were not disclosed.

AppMobi said in October it had more than 130,000 active developers working on mobile and desktop apps using HTML5. Existing and new users will have to register at Intel's website to gain access to the tools, which require no usage or licensing fees.

Meanwhile, AppMobi will position itself as a cloud services company that is focused on delivering mobile app engagement and monetization services across numerous platforms. AppMobi's cloud service are fee-based to developers. Those operations will also be based in Lancaster.

TechCrunch posted a copy of AppMobi's letter to its developers explaining the deal.