0 more now viewing Gartner acquires Nubera 02/07/2015 Kayode Oladeinde now playing Airtel Nigeria Unveils Commercial Data Centre to Support Businesses, Organisations 02/07/2015 Kayode Oladeinde now playing Xiaomi Poco X3 NFC: A Refreshing Look at the Nifty Smartphone 02/07/2015 Kayode Oladeinde now playing Olawale Ige, ex-Communications Minister, Dies at 83 02/07/2015 Kayode Oladeinde now playing Liquid Intelligent Technologies to Buy Israeli Tech Firm 02/07/2015 Kayode Oladeinde now playing ‘Anybody that tampers with telecoms infrastructure is tampering with your future and the future of your children – they should be resisted and reported' 02/07/2015 Kayode Oladeinde now playing NCC: Why Nigerian Telcos Can't Hike Rates 02/07/2015 Kayode Oladeinde now playing MTN, Mafab Start Nigeria 5G Deployment in August, NCC Says 02/07/2015 Kayode Oladeinde now playing What’s Inside the Motorola Defy smartphone? 02/07/2015 Kayode Oladeinde now playing Women Get 50% Slots as ADB's Digital Skills Centres Open in Nigeria 02/07/2015 Kayode Oladeinde now playing Non-fungible Tokens (NFTs) and the Future of Capital Raising in Africa 02/07/2015 Kayode Oladeinde Gartner Inc., a leading provider of research and analysis on the global information technology industry, has announced its acquisition of Nubera , a privately held company based in Barcelona, Spain. Terms of the deal were not disclosed by the two companies. Nubera, whose flagship web property is GetApp, helps organisations discover, compare and choose the right business software and applications for their needs. The services provided by Nubera are complementary to Gartner’s Software Advice business and add to the expanding range of services currently provided by the company, the research company says. Gartner says the acquisition of Nubera is consistent with its strategy of investing in world-class products and services that help clients make the right technology-related decisions every day. About the author Kayode Oladeinde + posts Technology Journalist at Technology Times. Mobile: +234 (0) 7031526929 Kayode Oladeinde https://www.technologytimes.ng/author/kayode-oladeinde/ Spellings: Is technology making us intellectually lazy? Kayode Oladeinde https://www.technologytimes.ng/author/kayode-oladeinde/ Insecurity, mobile fraud 'hinder mobile banking adoption' Kayode Oladeinde https://www.technologytimes.ng/author/kayode-oladeinde/ Airtel Nigeria crosses 2m Facebook followers milestone Kayode Oladeinde https://www.technologytimes.ng/author/kayode-oladeinde/ Revealed: Children 'often hide incidents of cyber bullying from their parents' Related posts: Mobile West Africa 2015 ‘garners industry-wide support’ At Nigeria launch, Uber promises ‘to decongest Lagos traffic’ Nigeria Internet Governance Forum holds July 20 ZTE, SoftBank ink R&D MOU previous MTN, ZTE unveil new Internet platform in Africa next Buoyed by Nigeria, Airtel now world's third largest mobile operator Kayode Oladeinde Technology Journalist at Technology Times. Mobile: +234 (0) 7031526929 Related Posts MTN Group, Bharti Airtel to launch international money transfer 09/04/2014 Kayode Oladeinde 0 Delta State reads riot act to illegal computer schools 09/05/2014 Kayode Oladeinde 0 PC shipments in EMEA return to growth in 2Q14 24/07/2014 Kayode Oladeinde 0 Mobile deal targets stakes among 110m unbanked Nigerians 27/08/2014 Kayode Oladeinde 0 Unilag, Yokogawa of Japan ink technology deal 08/09/2014 Kayode Oladeinde 0 All set for Jonathan, others to be honoured at Nigeria’s ICT Centenary show 29/09/2014 Kayode Oladeinde 0 ATM: Keystone Bank offers respite for physically-challenged 08/10/2014 Manager 0 Report: Sponsored data gains traction among Nigerian telcos 30/03/2015 Technology Times Staff 0 MTN not interested in 9Mobile, Group CEO says 30/10/2017 Technology Times Staff 0 Madueke’s company, five others know fate this week over alleged call masking, NCC says 29/01/2018 Technology Times Staff 0 LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.