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Puget Sound Business Journal - July 28, 2014
Britt Provost’s announcement as Apptio’s new VP of People and Culture. link_icon
PR Newswire - July 24, 2014
Award Winners to be Recognized at Second-Annual TBM Conference on October 28 in Miami link_icon
SourceWire - July 17, 2014
New customers, expanded operations and the inaugural TBM Council European Summit mark success for Apptio in the region. link_icon
CIO Journal - July 02, 2014
Hewlett-Packard Co. recently named Ralph Loura CIO for the firm’s Enterprise Group. The former Clorox Co. CIO will report to H-P Global CIO Ramon Baez, a company spokeswoman said. Mr. Loura made his mark at Clorox by aggressively positioning IT as a strategic asset, leaning on emerging best practices in technology management. link_icon
IT Pro Portal - June 24, 2014
As more companies turn to the cloud for services, cost savings and other benefits, Chief Information Officers must adapt to the changing IT landscape and the agility/scalability of the cloud before it's too late.  link_icon
CloudPro - June 20, 2014
CIOs are having to adapt to cope with a new role, as more companies turn to cloud for scalability and cost savings. link_icon
CNBC - June 17, 2014
In the second annual Disruptor 50 list, CNBC features private companies in 27 industries—from aerospace to enterprise software to retail—whose innovations are revolutionizing the business landscape. These forward-thinking upstarts have identified unexploited niches in the marketplace that have the potential to become billion-dollar businesses, and they rushed to fill them. In the process, they are creating new ecosystems for their products and services. Unseating corporate giants is no easy feat. But we ranked those venture capital–backed companies doing the best job. Already it's hard to think of the world without them. Read more about the list ranking and the methodology. link_icon
CRN - June 09, 2014
An interview with Michelle Hodges, Apptio's new VP of Channels & Alliances. link_icon
Sramana Mitra's One Million by One Million Blog - June 05, 2014
One more look at what it takes to build a fat startup. Sunny Gupta discusses Apptio. The company raised a $7 million series A to get started, and then went to raise over $130 million thus far. link_icon
Puget Sound Business Journal - May 28, 2014
The Silicon Valley venture capital continues to pour into Seattle. On Thursday, Seattle data analytics company ExtraHop announced a $41 million series C round led by Valley-based Technology Crossover Ventures. Seattle-based Madrona Venture Group, Valley-based Meritech Capital and Isilon co-founder Sujal Patel also contributed to the round. link_icon

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