Everyone once in a while, the average investor gets the chance to invest in a company that has a special relationship with the government. Premier is one.
Covisint, one of the original industry consortia of the bubble era is going public. Have they expanded beyond the auto vertical?
Enterprise software valuations are going through the roof. It is starting to feel a bit like 1999 again.
It is sad to see OB10 go, but it will be interesting to see Tungsten do battle with Tradeshift and others in European e-invoicing.
After a stint as President of ServiceChannel, a facilities management SaaS platform, I’m back to consulting–and blogging.
I’m not sure who is teaching whom. Are behavioral economists teaching enterprise sales folks techniques or vice versa.
I'm not exactly sure what to call the companies that match buyers and sellers of surplus/used goods--especially of the capital variety. They really are marketplaces, but having lived through the original "marketplace" era, I find it hard to choke out the "M" word...
It’s earnings season and it is starting to feel a little like January of 2000 again, though on a much smaller scale. Enterprise software is hot again.
A few months ago, I posted a graphic display of my never-ending quest to map B2B commerce providers into their proper vertical and horizontal segments. At that time, the graphic included over 260 companies. Below, I'm attaching my latest version of the graphic which...