Shantanu Narayen

Australian business software-as-a-service (Saas) customers complain of opaque pricing with hidden costs, implementation challenges, limits on capability and auto-renewals. Security also remains a key concern. Little wonder SaaS vendor are sweating on renewal rates. With Australian companies tipped to spend $4 billion on SaaS products this year, according to figures

Revenue from Adobe’s digital experience business was a record $743 million in the first quarter, a 34 per cent increase year-over-year. For the quarter ended March 1, 2019, Adobe recorded $2.6 billion in total revenue, representing 25 per cent year-over-year growth. Diluted earnings per share was $1.36 on a GAAP-basis,

After a busy year of acquisitions Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen is overhauling Adobe’s Digital Experience business to make room for Marketo and Magento. As part of the reorganisation, executive vice president and GM of its Digital Experience business Brad Rencher will be leaving the company. Rencher joined Adobe in 2009

Companies that design for brilliance, rewire their organisation for intelligence and re-architect their infrastructure to energise operations will be best placed to deal with the challenges of the evolving experience-driven marketplace, says Adobe Chairman and CEO Shantanu Narayen. They will also make more money, says Brad Rencher, Executive Vice President and

Shantanu Narayen speaking at Adobe Summit 2017 in Las Vegas

Adobe’s is perhaps one of the most successful yet least-discussed business transformation stories in the world since the start of the commercial Internet. And that’s a shame, because it holds a clear message of success —  and clear replicable lessons for global incumbents in an age of disruption. Consumers love disruption until