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CEO & Principal Analyst of Constellation Research, Inc. , previously a founding partner at Altimeter Group where he led the Enterprise Strategy team.  Ray authors the  popular enterprise software blog "A Software Insider's Point of View"., and his point of view is frequently sought by publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Fortune, Inc., The Associated Press, CIO Magazine, Information Week, ComputerWorld, Financial Times, eWeek, CRM Magazine, IDG News, ZDNet, TechTarget, and Managing Automation. In both 2008 and 2009, Ray was recognized by the prestigious Institute of Industry Analyst Relations (IIAR) as the Analyst of the Year and in 2009 he was recognized as one of the most important analysts for Enteprise, SMB, and Software.

2 responses to “Product Review: Inside SAP’s Line-of-Business OnDemand Strategy”

  1. Product Review: Inside SAP’s Line-of-Business OnDemand Strategy | Online Buy Review

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  2. Chuck Schaeffer

    SAP Business ByDesign seems to be up against a perfect storm of offering a not yet mature product, without the benefit of third party add-ons or an eco-system, and buyers reluctant to put back office data in the cloud. Certainly there brand and reputation will aid their go to market, but this may be a very slow penetration.

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