Tag: CRM

Mar 19 2008

Large enterprise SaaS adoption on the rise

  Large enterprise adoption of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) has increased by a third over the last year, according to a survey by analyst firm Forrester Research. In a report published last week (Competing in the Fast-Growing SaaS Market – just US$279), it said SaaS adoption in large enterprises now stands at 16 percent, up a third …

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Feb 14 2008

CADaaS continued

Further to yesterday’s post, I (and several others) have commented on Brian Seitz’s initial article, and the comments and Brian’s responses make continued interesting reading. Scott Boutwell echoed my view about who might develop a CADaaS solution, asking ‘where are the major CAD vendors in this area of product development and future committment?’ As I commented, …

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Dec 07 2007

SaaS growth in Asia

Three months ago, I wrote about Springboard Research findings regarding the state of the software-as-a-service (SaaS) market in Australia and New Zealand. Today, I received an email from Springboard’s Bhoorender Panwar attaching a press release headed: SaaS CRM Market in Asia Estimated to Grow 68% in 2007. Springboard estimates that the SaaS CRM market will grow …

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Feb 01 2007

On-demand embraced – and not just CRM

Numerous industry articles about On-demand applications or Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) have taken Salesforce.com’s customer relationship management (CRM) as the key exemplar of take-up, but there are signs that corporations are also keen to take up other types of on-demand software. Phil Wainewright blogs (Large organizations embrace on-demand – and not just CRM) about market research from …

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