HelpSystems announced today that it has acquired MVP Systems Software, a leader in enterprise workload automation software based in Unionville, Conn. Founded in 1985, MVP has earned a loyal, global customer base, and they’ve enjoyed fast growth due to demand for its JAMS solution. The talented members of MVP will join HelpSystems’ workload automation team, enabling HelpSystems to innovate faster and strengthen its leadership position in digital transformation. The addition of MVP also supports HelpSystems’ commitment to the ongoing expansion of its cross-platform offerings and international presence.
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MB Software & Consulting, Inc. is now offering a FREE Work with Active SQL
(WRKACTSQL) command for the IBM i. Now you can get visibility and control of ODBC jobs on your IBM i (iSeries, AS/400, System i) servers with block, change, hold, end and alert features.
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KronosWorks --Kronos Incorporated and IBM today announced a collaboration that brings together the next-generation capabilities of Workforce Dimensions by Kronos and IBM Watson Talent. Together, this collaboration will help improve the engagement, performance, career development, and retention of hourly workers and simplify the complex task of managing this important segment of the global workforce.
The IBM board of directors today declared a regular quarterly cash dividend of $1.57 per common share, payable December 10, 2018 to stockholders of record November 9, 2018.
With the payment of the December 10 dividend, IBM will have paid consecutive quarterly dividends every year since 1916.
Most significant tech acquisition of 2018 will unlock true value of cloud for business
IBM and Red Hat to provide open approach to cloud, featuring unprecedented security and portability across multiple clouds
IBM Changes Cloud Landscape with Red Hat Acquisition
Deal accelerates IBM's high-value business model, making IBM the #1 hybrid cloud provider in an emerging $1 trillion growth market
Acquisition will be free cash flow and gross margin accretive within 12 months, accelerate revenue growth and support a solid and growing dividend
IBM to maintain Red Hat's open source innovation legacy, scaling its vast technology portfolio and empowering its widespread developer community
Red Hat to operate as a distinct unit within IBM's Hybrid Cloud team
IBM and Red Hat, the world's leading provider of open source cloud software, announced today that the companies have reached a definitive agreement under which IBM will acquire all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Red Hat for $190.00 per share in cash, representing a total enterprise value of approximately $34 billion.
The pairing of CYBRA Corporation’s Edgefinity IoT RFID Software with Sewio Networks’ RTLS Hardware Forms a Comprehensive Platform for Customers Seeking Advanced Safety, Security and Productivity Solutions
To meet growing demand, IBM advances on-prem private cloud with new Watson AI capabilities
IBM has announced that in less than 12 months since the release of IBM Cloud Private – an open source technology that brings cloud capabilities to organizations running on-premises IT systems – hundreds of leading enterprises worldwide have turned to the platform to help modernize their operations. They include New Zealand Police, China's Fuyao Group, Japan's Aflac Insurance, Turkey's credit bureau Kredi Kayıt Bürosu and Brazil's Fidelity National Information Services.
An ALPHA announcement for Open Source IntERPrise has been launched by a team of international IBM i community developers. IntERPrise is a Native, data centric, multi-tier, ILE and DB2 database.