Farming has gone high tech. It just might be America’s most cloud-based business, even though it remains very much grounded in the earth.
The WSJ suggests Enterprise Software valuations may be getting ahead of themselves. Other indicators point the same direction.
I’ve created two stock indices for B2B Cloud Platform companies. One had to be rebalanced when SAP acquired Concur.
Inside sales folks like to use LinkedIn. These folks also use pics of very attractive young women to attract us dirty old men.
The vast majority of tech press is about B2C software companies or software for IT department (e.g., databases, security, performance monitoring and other stuff) that does not excite me. But, there are a few good b2b blogs and newsletters those of you interested in...
For every source to settle process and every spend category there are established software, managed service or outsource providers.
The supply chain finance business is not as different from the peer to peer lending business of Lending Club and On Deck Capital as it may first appear.
The case for and against investing in Covisint, whose stock has fallen dramatically since its IPO.
A review of 12 Enterprise Software IPOs in 2014 and my calls on them.