Technology

  • Webcast
    Revenue Recognition Webcast - Technology industry - June 25, 2014

    6/16/14 | Technology

    Join us for an expanded discussion on the specific impacts the new revenue recognition standard will have on the Technology industry. While the new standard will impact companies broadly, there are particular implications to Technology companies that deserve focus as companies plan for implementation.

  • 2014 Conflict minerals filing review - Early insights from some of the largest companies

    6/10/14 | Assurance services

    Our benchmarking of some of the largest companies' conflict minerals filings provides insight into industry trends. We looked at 10 filings for each of the following industries: Aerospace & defense, Automotive, Industrial products, Retail, and Technology.

  • The Goldilocks syndrome: Tailoring packaged software so it’s just right

    5/28/14 | Financial Services Institute

    How to make the right customization and configuration decisions so your software can deliver the results you want.

  • Q1 2014 US technology deal insights

    5/21/14 | Transaction services

    Technology deals for the first quarter of 2014 started strong, continuing the momentum of the second-half surge of 2013. Equity markets remained near record highs and IPO activity remained robust in an improving economy. Software and Internet deals continue to dominate as cloud, mobile and data drive much of the industry focus today.

  • Webcast
    Cloud webcast hosted by PwC Cloud Assurance & Skyhigh Networks - May 19, 2014

    5/5/14 | Risk Assurance

    The use of cloud is strategic – it drives business agility and employee productivity. At the same time, organizations are concerned about the risks arising from utilizing cloud based services, but the drive to the cloud is accelerating. Please join PwC’s Cloud Assurance team along with CEO and Co-Founder of Skyhigh Networks, Rajiv Gupta, for this webcast.

  • PwC's 6th Annual Digital IQ Survey

    4/1/14 | Advisory services

    Download our 2014 Global Digital IQ Survey and explore the wealth of data and PwC insights, gleaned from 1,100 companies around the world, and across industries.

  • US technology deal insights - Analysis and trends in US technology M&A activity 2014

    2/24/14 | Transaction services

    After a 2012 filled with uncertainties, 2013 witnessed a slow rebuilding of confidence and, perhaps, the charting of a path toward growth. After a first half that saw quarterly technology deal volume drop, optimism took hold with a doubling of activity in the second half. In the end, technology deal activity finished the year 18% lower, amidst IT spending growth of less than 1%. Equity markets and IPO pricings sounded a consistently contrarian note, soaring to long-forgotten highs. These leading indicators of spending and deal growth provide promise for 2014.

  • Technology Forecast: The future of enterprise apps: Moving beyond workflows to mindflows

    1/28/14 | Center for technology and innovation

    This issue of the Technology Forecast examines the future of enterprise applications. Emerging technologies, including mobility, cloud, application programming interfaces (APIs), analytics and others are giving rise to the "mindful app".

  • Return to spender: How financial institutions can better understand their IT investments and get more out of them.

    1/21/14 | Financial Services Institute

    Financial institutions have spent heavily to improve their technology capabilities but are still left questioning the value they are getting from IT.

  • Webcast
    PwC's Investor Resource Institute megatrends webcast - February 6, 2014

    1/21/14 | PwC Investor Resource Institute

    PwC's Investor Resource Institute invites you to join us for a webcast on Thursday, February 6 from 3:00 - 4:00pm ET. During this webcast we will be discussing five megatrends that we see shaping the global business environment, and the implications of these macroeconomic forces may have on corporate strategies.

  • Technology sector companies: 2013 SEC comment letter trends

    1/3/14 | Technology

    As year-end rapidly approaches, it is time to plan for your annual filing. PwC's technology industry publication, Stay informed: 2013 technology SEC comment letter trends, provides a comprehensive analysis of recent SEC staff comments to assist you with the understanding of the key trends that are relevant to companies in the technology sector.

  • Technology IPO: 2013 SEC comment letter trends

    11/25/13 | Technology

    PwC’s technology industry publication, Preparing for success: 2013 technology IPO SEC comment letter trends, highlights trends in SEC staff comment letters specific to technology companies filing their IPO registration statements.

  • The New Digital Ecosystem Reality: Nine trends rewriting the rules of business

    10/28/13 | Technology

    PwC's Technology Industry leader discusses technological, economic, and political trends that are important to CEOs and C-Suite executives while exploring the trends and challenges that businesses must consider to remain competitive.

  • US Technology deals insights: Q3 2013

    10/25/13 | Transaction services

    Technology deals accelerated in the third quarter returning to historically high levels with deal volume doubling from the previous quarter, according to PwC’s US Q3 technology M&A Insights report released today. Private equity (PE) buyers continued to take an active role in technology M&A with increased deal closures and numerous new deals announced.

  • Digital IQ Snapshot: Talent Strategy, the missing link to the connected workforce

    8/26/13 | Advisory services

    The Digital IQ survey shows that within top performing companies, the CIO and other C-suite executives consistently talk about how technology can power strategic business goals. Ongoing “digital conversations” among the C-suite should also focus on the talent strategies needed to harness those technologies—and include the CHRO, who is often missing from these C-suite conversations.

  • US Technology M&A insights: Q2 2013

    8/5/13 | Transaction services

    While closed technology transactions in the second quarter declined both sequentially and year-over-year, the rise in announced and rumored deals point to a rise in merger and acquisition activity for the remainder of the year. Private equity (PE) buyers took a more active role in technology M&A with deals announced across the spectrum of deal size, including some of the largest transactions announced so far this year.

  • Technology Forecast: DevOps: Solving the engineering productivity challenge

    8/1/13 | Center for technology and innovation

    This issue of the Technology Forecast quarterly investigates how web-based companies maintain continuity amid continuous changes to production systems and explores what large enterprises can learn from them.

  • Clouds in the forecast: Cloud - necessary component of data center consolidation and IT agility

    7/11/13 | Financial Services Institute

    The cloud environment has the potential to propel IT agility to new heights and fulfil the role of technology as a strategic enabler.

  • The price isn't right: How to better understand your IT investment and get more out of it

    6/5/13 | Financial Services Institute

    To achieve their expected ROI, insurers should improve their IT value ecosystem by adopting an integrated framework designed to help them manage their IT investments.

  • M&A snapshot
    We’re acquiring a company with significant in-process research and development (IPR&D) activities. What's next? (M&A snapshot)

    4/23/13 | Assurance services

    This edition of Mergers & acquisitions — a snapshot provides an overview of the accounting rules and a glimpse into some of the issues companies face in the accounting and valuation of acquired IPR&D.

  • Accounting guides
    PwC Software Revenue Recognition Guide – March 2009 edition

    3/31/09 | Technology

    Software revenue recognition has not gotten easier. However, one of the keys to success is having the right tools. Our guide to software revenue recognition reflects the trends and challenges as of March 31, 2009, along with a chapter dedicated to Software-as-a-Service.