Daily Links 3/2/2010: Venmo gets funded

Rovi Pulls Out Of GuideWorks Venture With Comcast
Vendor Also Expands Deal With MSO for Metadata and Patents Across Mobile, Online
(Multichannel News)

SAP co-CEOs hope for love on promises of continuity
* Co-CEOs reiterate targets, strategy

SAP, Sybase Release Joint Mobile Apps
Sales and workflow apps developed on the Sybase mobile platform extend SAP CRM and Business Suite to iPhone and Windows devices.
(Information Week)

Venmo Wants You To Pay Your Pal, Over the Phone. What Will the Carriers Think? (All Things Digital: Media Memo)

E-mail Marketer ExactTarget Buys Twitter Enterprise Client CoTweet (paidContent)
CoTweet originally started out of Central Pennsylvania and was backed by First Round Capital, among others.
CoTweet, Internet start-up from central Pennsylvania, bought by ExactTarget (Harrisburg Patriot-News)

Ben Franklin group to invest in 5 Phila.-area companies (Philadelphia Business Journal)

USDA International Technology Services Awards Emtec Federal a Contract with Ceiling Value of $82.5 Million (Business Wire)

Registration Now Open for 'Be Together: The Be Communities LIVE Conference,' Being Held May 17-20, 2010, in Philadelphia (PR Newswire)

HIMSS: Meaningful Use Goes Over The Top (Information
Week: Heathcare Blogs)

Siemens' Dillione is HIMSS' smartest executive
(ZDNet Healthcare)

Pew Study: Philadelphia’s 311 System Shows Progress; Philly311 Made Contacting City Hall Easier but Challenges Remain in Handling Service Requests (PR Web)

Sungard earnings weeks behind past schedule (Philly.com: Philly Deals)
SunGard has since announced its earnings will
be released on March 15.