You know the shift to SaaS is life-threatening for your future as an ISV — you are doing something about it and reading ISVsurvival.com! Still, you will need to convince colleagues who have not understood the risk your ISV is facing from Software as a Service.
A good place to start is Rick Chapman’s presentation: The SaaS Tsunami: An Analysis of why and how Software as a Service is changing the market.
Continue reading Adopting SaaS: Sweet little lies
Trapped underwater and no air to breathe? Lost in the mountains and no shelter for protection? Stranded in the desert and no water to drink? Stuck in a wasteland and no food to eat?
What should you do if you are in one of these life-threatening situations?
First thing: understand your situation and set priorities. This might seem obvious; sadly, the news regularly reminds us otherwise. People often set the wrong priority and the price they pay is their life.
Continue reading ISVs and Saas: Survival of the fittest
ISVsurvival.com is a blog about what Software as a Service (SaaS) means to ISVs who will be forced by the market to adopt a new business model that exposes them to the financial and reputational risks of running production applications.
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Andrew-Biss.com is my personal blog where I’ll post on technical and business issues outside current projects for ISVfocus.com.
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Hi, I’m Andrew Biss and after 27 years in the software industry I’ve gone solo to found software solutions company ISVfocus.com. Wish me luck!