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Aactively tracks the trends and strategies of the enterprise software world, shares his news digest and analysis at Next Gen Enterprise.

4 responses to “It’s Holiday Prediction Time Already”

  1. Niel Robertson

    Eerily reminiscent of many folks 2009 predictions. A comment more about the deferral of a lot of activity in the space, not about your insights!

  2. Vishal Trivedi

    Very good read!

    I would be more optimistic of the situation atleast with regard to SAP. I would look in terms of bottoming out of the software license revenue and definitely not any more plunges. I would expect the cost management measures to continue shoring up the margins and I would see lot of interest in ByDesign with the product emerging as complete service portfolio in its individuality in addtion to supplementing the process chain enablement in a networked environment.
    I would also not be surprised if there is lot more momentum in the Green space but consider it still in the evolutionary phase in terms of monetization aspects.

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