Gaming PC deals for Black Friday 2020, featuring all the top MSI, iBUYPOWER, NZXT, CyberpowerPC & more offers
Black Friday 2020 sales experts are monitoring the best gaming computer deals for Black Friday 2020, including offers on CyberpowerPC, MSI, HP, iBUYPOWER, Dell, NZXT and more gaming PCs. Links to the best deals are listed below.
Best Gaming PC Deals:
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Save up to 49% on top-rated gaming PCs from MSI, iBUYPOWER, Dell & CYBERPOWERPC at Walmart – including savings on Intel Core i7, pre-built & Legion by Lenovo gaming machines
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Black Friday sales researchers track the best early Office Depot & Staples deals for Black Friday, featuring sales on storage, desk organizers, computer chairs, desks and more
Find all the latest early Staples & Office Depot deals for Black Friday 2020, together with the best laptop & desktop PC, ergonomic chairs, desks & tables and more discounts. Links to the best deals are listed below.
Best Office Depot Deals:
Save up to 30% on a wide range of furniture at OfficeDepot.com – get the latest deals on home and office furniture including desks, beds, chairs & more
Save up to 40% on various types of chairs at OfficeDepot.com – click the link for live prices on office chairs, task chairs, ergonomic chairs & more
Save up to 44% on laptops for school & work at OfficeDepot.com – check out live prices on 2-in-1 laptops, business laptops, Chromebooks, gaming laptops &
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Coupa Software, a publicly traded company that helps large corporations manage spending, announced that it was buying Llamasoft, an 18 year old Michigan company that helps large companies manage their supply chain. The deal was pegged at $1.5 billion.
This year Llamasoft released its latest tool, an AI-driven platform for managing supply chains intelligently. This capability in particular seemed to attract Coupa’s attention, as it was looking for a supply chain application to compliment its spend management capabilities.
Coupa CEO and chairman Rob Bernshteyn says when you combine that supply chain data with Coupa’s spending data, it can produce a powerful combination.
“Lamasoft’s deep supply chain expertise and sophisticated data science and modeling capabilities, combined with the roughly $2 trillion of cumulative transactional spend data we have in Coupa, will empower businesses with the intelligence needed to pivot on a dime,” Bernshteyn said in a statement.
DUBLIN, Oct. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Business Spend Management (BSM) Software Market Size, Market Share, Application Analysis, Regional Outlook, Growth Trends, Key Players, Competitive Strategies and Forecasts, 2020 To 2028” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
Streamlining the business processes to optimize the spending is improving adoption of BSM software worldwide
Using BSM software solution, enterprises can reduce their cost of goods & services, increased procurement leverages, process efficiency, and also mitigate the risk which may cause by supplier non-performance or supplier non-compliance. Additionally, the increased transparency in the procurement process and increased visibility into spending and contract provides enhanced financial control, organizational agility, and increased productivity.
With the growth of enterprises, it is difficult to manage the spending of a large number of vendors and transactions. Also, with rising cost-effective software solutions, high growth start-ups and companies are data-driven and diligent in the way to manage
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — American Express’ fourth-quarter profits dropped by 39%, the credit card giant said Friday, as the pandemic’s deep impacts on travel, entertainment and dining dramatically impacted the company’s results.
The New York-based company earned $1.07 billion, or $1.30 a share, down from $1.76 billion, or $2.08 per share, in the same period a year earlier. The results missed analysts’ forecasts, who were looking for AmEx to earn $1.39 a share, according to Zacks Investment Research.
While AmEx has not been as negatively impacted by defaults and delinquencies like other credit card companies, the company’s bottom line has been hit hard by its business model tied into the well-to-do traveling and dining out. Restaurants have been shuttered in many countries, and hotel and airfare usage has fallen to the point that many airlines have sought government help and hotels are facing bankruptcy.
Apple has been hit with a lawsuit alleging that free-to-play games on the App Store that feature in-game currency constitute illegal gambling.
The lawsuit, lodged Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut, claims that Apple “promotes, enables, and profits” from gambling games on the App Store.
For example, the plaintiff in the case, Karen Workman, says she downloaded an app called “Jackpot Mania” in 2017, and “began purchasing coins through the app so he/she could continue to play for a chance to win free coins that would enable him/her to enjoy the game(s) for a longer period of time.”
In the six months before filing the suit, Workman spent $3,312.19 on in-game coins, the lawsuit adds.
Although gambling apps are banned on the App Store, the complaint argues that apps with in-game currency still fall under the “gambling” category because users “have the ability to win