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Wednesday’s Whispers: People Whispers November/December 2009

PEOPLE WHISPERS: MOVES, PROMOTIONS, AND MILESTONES* As always, thanks for your emails and alerts. If you’ve got a change or know of a promotion, keep dropping me a line! If you need a referral, and we’ve worked together in the past, don’t hesitate to reach out to me via Linked In. Eliot Axelrod became Senior […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on December 16, 2009

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Quarterly Financial Tracker: Q3 CY 2009 SaaS Vendors Face Some Headwinds, On-Premise Still In The Tank

Purchasing in Q3 reflected both economic downturn and summer doldrums.  While on-premise vendors continued massive double digit declines in year-over-year new license revenue, SaaS vendors faced some pressures in keeping up with tremendous growth.  However, long term economic outlook still favor SaaS players and early indications on Q4 budget flush indicate that SaaS and Cloud […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on November 18, 2009

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Wednesday’s Whispers: People Whispers October 2009

PEOPLE WHISPERS: MOVES, PROMOTIONS, AND MILESTONES* Congratulations to all!  Good to see that the job scenarios continue to improve in software/tech as a number of individuals made organizational changes and promotions.  As always, thanks for your emails and alerts. If you’ve got a change or know of a promotion, keep dropping me a line! If […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on October 21, 2009

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Quarterly Financial Tracker: Q2 CY 2009 SaaS Vendors and Purpose Built Solutions Rack Up Big Wins

Most on-premise vendor continue to slip into significant YoY losses in license revenue and overall revenues.  Meanwhile, economic conditions continue to favor SaaS, best-of-breeds, and purpose built solutions. Major themes in the 2009 Calendar Year Q2 include: Economic conditions drive demand for best of breed and point solutions delivered by SaaS deployment.  Consequently, SaaS vendors […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on September 28, 2009

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Quarterly Financial Tracker: Q1 CY 2009 Slowdown Impacts All Vendors, SaaS Still Experiencing Strong Double Digit Growth

Most software vendor license revenues took a beating this CY Q1 when compared to 2008.  SaaS vendors managed to post double digit gains while only a handful of on premise vendors eeked out a positive gain.  Major highlights in the 2009 Calendar Year Q1 include Big losses in YoY license revenue for on premise vendors […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on May 24, 2009

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Wednesday’s Whispers: The Word On The Street – May 2009

PEOPLE WHISPERS: MOVES, PROMOTIONS, AND MILESTONES* Congratulations to all!  Thanks for your emails and alerts.  If you’ve got a change or know of a promotion, keep dropping me a line!  If you need a referral, don’t hesitate to reach out to me via Linked In. Bronwyn J. Allen became Director, Analyst Relations at Fujitsu America, […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on May 20, 2009

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Software Insider Index™ (SII): SII Top 30 Enterprise Business Apps Vendors™ & SII Top SaaS Business Apps Vendors™

Now with most of the craziness of Q4 behind us, its time to unveil the Software Insider Indices: SII Top 30 Enterprise Business Apps Vendors provides a snapshot of an ongoing vendor ranking by revenue.  Some vendors are private and of course not on this list, unless there’s a reasonable estimate. SII Top 5 SaaS […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on February 26, 2009

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Quarterly Financial Tracker: Q4 CY 2008 SaaS Vendors Trump On-Premise Vendors In Quarterly Performance

The recession hit most vendors hard in the last quarter of 2008 as evidence by the dismal license revenue YoY comps.  Some exceptions include JDA (52.9%) with a strong presence in retail and Agresso with its growth in public sector (25.6%).  As vendors with perpetual license models hunker down for the pending drought, retention and […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on February 25, 2009

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Quarterly Financial Tracker: 2008 Q3 CY Quarterly Revenues Show Deflection Point

With 2020 hindsight and the best rear view mirror clarity (j/k), Q3 appears to be THE deflection point in where the economy began to impact the enterprise software vendors.  A flurry of continued lowered guidance on earnings by vendors reflects the general nervousness sweeping customers and prospects as we head into the most important quarter…Q4. […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on November 26, 2008

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