By Denis Pombriant on March 24, 2016
There’s an interesting piece in the New York Times today by Farhadd Manjoo that dissects the Uber business model and concludes that it might be good for Uber but it doesn’t translate well to other services like home delivery for restaurants, supermarkets, and more. It turns out just slapping the “as a service” or similar […]
By Michael Krigsman on July 27, 2015
A world’s expert explains the essential elements you need to develop a profitable and successful business. Required reading for every executive.
By Charlie Bess on May 13, 2015
What should ‘we’ be doing differently now that computing’s impact moves both deeper and broader into the business?
By Michael Coté on April 1, 2015
As pointed out by Andrew, frequently, this is the chart you want to use when you’re illustrating “software eating the world.” For example, as I’ve been writing in my first column for FierceDevOps: I often joke that it’s been impossible to see a keynote in recent years without seeing the horsemen of the digital apocalypse. […]
By Michael Krigsman on December 10, 2014
One of the top entrepreneurial educators in the world offers essential advice to both startups and large companies.
By Sadagopan on September 22, 2014
I have used Concur system for several years and had seen it evolve over time. Earlier this quarter, when I saw this announcement about Concur, Uber and AirBnb coming together, I knew that they are aiming big, given Concur’s active partnership with the likes of United, Marriott, IHG and Avis. There is definite meat behind […]
By Michael Krigsman on September 15, 2014
Innovation requires rethinking how we do business. Here is a proposed approach for HR to re-examine how it serves the needs of Millennial workers.
By Brian Sommer on July 7, 2014
Ever wonder how much growth a software firm should really target? If you thought the sky’s the limit, you might want to think again.
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By Anshu Sharma on July 11, 2013
Lately, I have met a host of entrepreneurs and friends with startups that are looking for just some input on their investment pitch and general feedback on their product and go to market strategy. I am really impressed by the products built and problems being solved but if I had to summarize my feedback, it […]
By Denis Pombriant on March 19, 2013
“Who is the customer?” It’s a great question and one that my managers liked to ask when I was a young sales representative. Like all great questions, it got to the meat of the matter with an economy of words that impressed as much by the brevity as for the meaning. The customer’s identity is […]