Published: 14 April 2017
Analyst(s): Federico De Silva , Robert Anderson , Bindi Bhullar , Terilyn Palanca , John Kostoulas , Chris Pang , JP Corriveau, Jim Hare , Chad Eschinger , Craig Roth , Nigel Montgomery, Yanna Dharmasthira, Alan Dayley , Ruggero Contu , Laurie Wurster , Fabrizio Biscotti , Colleen Graham , Michael Warrilow , Bianca Granetto, Julian Poulter , Matthew Cheung, Hai Swinehart , Alys Woodward , Sid Deshpande
Healthy global demand for enterprise software drove U.S. dollar-valued growth of 5.3%, up from negative 0.7% growth in 2015. Organizations focused investment on modernizing applications, enhancing the customer experience and leveraging the power of the cloud.
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