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What should you be looking for in a subscription e-commerce partner? Here’s a good list to start with. You should ask any e-commerce provider you meet whether they can support some (or all) of these features.
Revenue recognition for software is increasingly complex, especially in a subscription setting.
From today’s perspective, the future of software is driven by tablets, smartphones and wearable computers connected by an Internet of Things and controlled by voice and gesture.
At the 2013 cleverbridge Client Networking Event (CNE) in Rome, cleverbridge co-founder and Building Keystones Chief Blogger Craig Vodnik led a panel discussion about trends impacting the software and SaaS industry today.
The Gartner Magic Quadrant for E-commerce helps software companies understand the different solutions available to fulfill their e-commerce needs. It identifies vendors of e-commerce platforms as leaders, challengers, visionaries or niche players. These designations are based on those companies’ “completeness of vision” and “ability to execute.”
The real issue here is the switch to subscriptions. Users can no longer make a one-time payment for new Adobe products. All new releases will be developed solely for the Creative Cloud, a subscription based product. In my mind this is a smart move. We know that subscriptions are all the rage. They create lasting relationships with customers and allow businesses a predictable, recurring revenue stream.
When high speed Internet became readily available and affordable for consumers at home, many people predicted that it would lead to the end of packaged software...
When high speed Internet became readily available and affordable for consumers at home, many people predicted that it would lead to the end of packaged software sold in retail stores. Similarly, with the advent of SaaS, some analysts see the demise of on-premise software looming on the horizon.
31 percent of companies are already moderate to heavy users of SaaS software and 68 percent of larger companies have already begun adopting SaaS software solutions.