Global Application Management Services Market Data Analysis 2019-2025:Accenture, IBM, Infosys …

It demonstrates various segments Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft …

The global “Application Management Services Market” report conveys the analytical and statistical data related to the market in a much elucidating manner. The Application Management Services market delivers an expanded platform with numerous chances of business growth for product manufacturers and services providers, organizations, associations, and firms Accenture, IBM, Infosys, TCS, Atos Origin, Bourntec Solutions, Capgemini, Cognizant, CSC, Deloitte, Fujitsu, HP, Iblesoft, Ingenuity Technologies, L&T Infotech, Logica, Tech Mahindra, NTT Data, Wipro, Xerox, BFSI, Telecom and IT, Retail and eCommerce, Healthcare and Lifesciences, Manufacturing, Energy and Utilities, Others by opposing among themselves through offering reliable products and services, increasing supply and generating higher revenue through more sales.

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The report presents a demand for individual segment in each region. It demonstrates various segments Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft,Ingenuity Technologies,L&T Infotech,Logica,Tech Mahindra,NTT Data,Wipro,Xerox and sub-segments Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft,Ingenuity Technologies,L&T Infotech,Logica,Tech Mahindra,NTT Data,Wipro,Xerox of the global Application Management Services market. The report delivers significant data related to the Application Management Services market in a methodological manner, including essential factors responsible for fluctuations in demand and supply by the customers and ventures. The report emphasizes the ongoing technological innovations and advancements to provide our customers with a chance to know and opt for better choices under stressed business situations. The report also stresses over explaining the effect of regulations and policies launched by the federal government on the ongoing businesses.

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The global Application Management Services market report offers previous data as well as the current status of the Application Management Services market key players. The market analysts utilized various mathematical and statistical strategies, along with analytical tools such as SWOT analysis for better evaluation of the gathered raw data of multiple industries, through which the analysts developed the predictable market growth trend for upcoming several years. The concluded data also reveal the upcoming threats and opportunities possibly influencing the market business to a certain level. The report also delivers the market analysis based on geographical segmentation of the market to comprehend the regional development throughout the world.

To provide the analytical information in an easily understandable way, the experts have included graphs, figures, flowcharts, diagrams, facts, as well as realistic and statistical examples in the global Application Management Services market report.

There are 15 Chapters to display the Global Application Management Services market

Chapter 1, Definition, Specifications and Classification of Application Management Services , Applications of Application Management Services , Market Segment by Regions;

Chapter 2, Manufacturing Cost Structure, Raw Material and Suppliers, Manufacturing Process, Industry Chain Structure;

Chapter 3, Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of Application Management Services , Capacity and Commercial Production Date, Manufacturing Plants Distribution, R&D Status and Technology Source, Raw Materials Sources Analysis;

Chapter 4, Overall Market Analysis, Capacity Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Price Analysis (Company Segment);

Chapter 5 and 6, Regional Market Analysis that includes United States, China, Europe, Japan, Korea & Taiwan, Application Management Services Segment Market Analysis (by Type);

Chapter 7 and 8, The Application Management Services Segment Market Analysis (by Application) Major Manufacturers Analysis of Application Management Services ;

Chapter 9, Market Trend Analysis, Regional Market Trend, Market Trend by Product Type Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft,Ingenuity Technologies,L&T Infotech,Logica,Tech Mahindra,NTT Data,Wipro,Xerox, Market Trend by Application Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft,Ingenuity Technologies,L&T Infotech,Logica,Tech Mahindra,NTT Data,Wipro,Xerox;

Chapter 10, Regional Marketing Type Analysis, International Trade Type Analysis, Supply Chain Analysis;

Chapter 11, The Consumers Analysis of Global Application Management Services ;

Chapter 12, Application Management Services Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix, methodology and data source;

Chapter 13, 14 and 15, Application Management Services sales channel, distributors, traders, dealers, Research Findings and Conclusion, appendix and data source.

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Carro raises $90 Mn from Series B round, procures Indonesia’s Jualo

Also, the $60 million the company raised last year were contributed by Alpha JWC, Singtel Innov8, Golden Gate Ventures, B Capital Group, Insignia …

Carro raises $90 Mn from Series B round, procures Indonesia’s Jualo

  • The company raised an extra $30 million in the oversubscribed funding round after raising $60 million last year in May.
  • Carro would be utilizing the fresh capital for the acquisition of Jualo.com.

SG’s Carro, an automation marketplace based out of Singapore, has reportedly raised $90 million from a Series B investment round from EDBI, SoftBank Ventures Asia and various other investors. Reports cite, Carro raised an extra $30 million from the oversubscribed round after already securing $60 million last year in May.

The additional $30 million were raised from Dietrich Foundation, NCORE Ventures, SoftBank Ventures Asia, and EDBI. Also, the $60 million the company raised last year were contributed by Alpha JWC, Singtel Innov8, Golden Gate Ventures, B Capital Group, Insignia Ventures, and Hanwha Asset Management.

The additional $30 million would be used to acquire Indonesia’s Jualo.com, a C2C marketplace platform. Jualo assists its users trade used and new goods across more than 300 categories, which includes motorcycles, cars, fashion, electronics, and even property. Moreover, Jualo also posts job advertisements on its platform.

The startup claims to have a monthly user count of more than 4 million individuals and enabled transactions of over $1 billion back in 2018. The goods of Jualo are traded through all the 34 provinces of Indonesia.

Carro was established in 2015 and is presently active in 30 cities of Indonesia, Thailand, and Singapore. The company describes itself as the biggest automotive marketplace in the region, boasting of having transacted more than $500 million worth of cars back in 2018.

The founder and CEO of Carro, Aaron Tan stated that the Jualo.com takeover would further augment the reach of the company’s proprietary technology platform across Southeast Asia, particularly as Indonesia is considered the region’s biggest automotive market.

Carro has a number of rivals including, iCar Asia and Carsome from Malaysia, Indonesia’s BeliMobilGue, and Rocket-Internet-backed Carmudi. Further details pertaining to the Jualo acquisition have not been unveiled by the company yet

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POPxo plans expansion into parenting, finance and fitness content

POPxo counts IDG Ventures India, Kalaari Capital and Chiratae Ventures as investors. In India, the other companies driving commerce through …
BENGALURU: Content commerce startup POPxo is planning to build digital communities around parenting, finance, and health and fitness as it looks to expand its portfolio of content platforms.

POPxo’s flagship platform for women was started in 2014. It later added verticals for influencers and luxury content. All three platforms together attract about 43 million monthly active users.

“Content is the best way to acquire and retain user base. The beauty of doing it through content is that the user is very deeply engaged with the brand. Once we have done that, multiple avenues are there to monetise it,” said Priyanka Gill, Founder & CEO of POPxo.

POPxo looks at its bestselling content, mainly the ones that work on social media, and converts them into products. At present, the three platforms put together sell about 450+ products on the platform. The product line is expected to grow.

“Other areas that are interesting for us — parenting is one of them, health and fitness, work in finance,” said Gill. “We feel these are spaces where we can go in deep and build large communities around a particular segment or vertical. These are all verticals we find very interesting and will look at them at some point in the future.

POPxo counts IDG Ventures India, Kalaari Capital and Chiratae Ventures as investors. In India, the other companies driving commerce through engaging content are InMobi’s Glance and BetterIndia. Globally, the big content commerce ventures are Goop and AprilSkin.

“Think of us as a beginning of a large ecommerce company. Think of us as a company that already has data on what users are looking for in real life and what resonates with them. We are translating all of that into products and selling it back to them,” she said.

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Capital One Hack Highlights Common Cloud Vulnerability, Darktrace CEO Says

Aug.02 — Nicole Eagan, Darktrace Ltd. chief executive officer, discusses the Capital One data breach and the reality behind cyber hacks with …

Aug.02 — Nicole Eagan, Darktrace Ltd. chief executive officer, discusses the Capital One data breach and the reality behind cyber hacks with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”

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SoftBank announces planned launch of Vision Fund 2 with $108 billion for AI-related investments

SoftBank Group Friday announced commitments of roughly $108 billion for its planned launch of SoftBank Vision Fund 2, the group’s second huge …

SoftBank Group secured commitments of roughly $108 billion for its planned launch of SoftBank Vision Fund 2, the group’s second large technology investment fund in less than three years, the Tokyo-based firm said Friday.

SoftBank said in a news release that it will invest $38 billion of its own money in the fund, with memorandums of understandings for the remainder from global technology companies, Japanese financial institutions and a Kazakhstan sovereign wealth fund, among others.


SoftBank said its list of co-investors — Apple Inc., Foxconn Technology Group, Microsoft Corp., Mizuho Bank Ltd., Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank Ltd., SMBC Nikko Securities Inc., Daiwa Securities Group Inc., National Investment Corp. of National Bank of Kazakhstan, Standard Chartered Bank and “major participants from Taiwan” — could grow, making it likely the size of the fund will increase further.


The news release said the objective of Softbank’s next private investment fund is to “facilitate the continued acceleration of the AI revolution through investment in market-leading, tech-enabled growth companies.”


The mission of the initial SoftBank Vision Fund announced by Softbank in mid-October 2016, targeting up to $100 billion in commitments, was to make investments “in the technology sector globally.”


For that first fund, the Public Investment Fund of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was the only partner initially mentioned. At that fund’s first closing, announced in May 2017, SoftBank listed Mubadala Investment Co. of the United Arab Emirates, Apple, Foxconn, Qualcomm Inc. and Sharp Corp. as additional investors in the fund.


The long-anticipated launch of SoftBank’s Vision Fund 2 further cements the Tokyo conglomerate’s image as a dominating presence in the sphere of technology investing.


In other recent moves, SoftBank announced July 19 the establishment of a Growth Acceleration Fund in Korea with an initial closing of 317.4 billion won ($269 million) to invest in early-stage startups globally, but with a focus on Asia.


In March, SoftBank Group announced the launch of a $5 billion technology growth fund for Latin America.

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