Australian listed software company ComOps has introduced a software as a service (SaaS) version of its workforce management system, Microster, aimed at the SME sector which will cost companies $20 per employee per month to deploy.
The directors of listed Australian software business ComOps have survived an attempted management spill – but the sharemarket wasn’t impressed, sending the share price down 12.5 per cent to close at just 3.5 cents.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: DealsThe New South Wales Rail Corporation has signed a contract extension with business software products and services provider ComOps, for the deployment of ComOps’ Microster Workforce Management software solution across its Asset Maintenance and Cleaning Services Divisions.
Today after the closing bell Salesforce reported its fiscal third quarter 2014 financial performance, with revenue of $1.08 billion and earnings per share of $0.09. Investors had expected the firm to earn $0.09 on revenue of $1.06 billion.
The company fell more than 3% in regular trading. In after hours, Salesforce is up almost 1%.
Salesforce.com beat estimated earnings, posting $957 million in revenues, a 31 percent increase compared to last year. Non-GAAP earnings were 9 cents per share. Subscription and support revenues were $903 million, also a 31 percent increase on a year-over-year basis.
Salesforce projects its revenues to top $4 billion for the 2014 fiscal year. In 2013, it posted $3 billion in revenues.
For the second week in a row, LinkedIn’s market capitalization finished higher than Salesforce.com. Linkedin ended trading on Friday with a $32.56 billion market cap while the Salesforce market cap was $29.59 billion. Salesforce is a darling of Wall Street and has long been the symbol of the SaaS and new world of the enterprise, the first to surpass $1 billion in annual revenues.