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SaaS Market Nears the $15 Billion Per Quarter Milestone

“These two are followed by Adobe, Oracle and SAP,” continued Dinsdale. “The fastest growing major SaaS providers are Oracle, Microsoft and Google.” The collaboration segment of the market is growing the quickest, he added. And Microsoft is in a good …

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