As a followup to the earlier post on the Best Sales Model for Enterprise 2.0 and 3.0 software companies; Tien Tzuo goes into a bit more detail on the importance of offering a free software product trial. Free Software trials are equally important for both Web 2.0 and Enterprise 2.0 companies.
Top Ten Startups to watch in 2008 Zooped.com list of the Top 10 startups to watch in 2008 Enterprise 2.0: The Death Of Slow Business Process Bex Huffs views on true Enterprise 2.0 adoption Web 2.0 in the enterprise: Are you prepared? Larry Dignan on preparing for Web – Enterprise 2.0 From Web 2.0 to […]
Tien Tzuo, Chief Strategy Officer for Salesforce.com, reviews how the traditional sales model for Enterprise Software should be adopted for Enterprise 2.0 and 3.0 software. This video is from the excellent Stanford Technology Ventures Program.
Prof Andrew McAfee of Harvard Business School is universally acknowledged as the first to formally define the term Enterprise 2.0 in the Spring of 2006. His definition of Enterprise 2.0 was: “Enterprise 2.0 is the use of emergent social software platforms within companies, or between companies and their partners or customers.” This definition has stood […]
Phil Wainewright; one of the Enterprise Irregulars over on the ZDNet Software as a Services Blog, broke off the wire Monday morning that the NetSuite IPO is set to price next week. The NetSuite IPO will be in auction-style format ala Google and will be available to individual investors via W.R. Hambrecht or E*Trade Securities. The IPO […]
Collanos; a Swiss based firm with offices in San Francisco; recently released version 1.2 of its collaboration solution called Collanos Workplace. Workplace is designed for smaller teams that need a server less (Peer to Peer) cross platform collaboration tool. It’s features include file sharing, instant messaging and a soon to be released VOIP component. […]