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Retail Answer POS Lite

A retail billing software POS which is ideal for small business operators who want a cheap and user friendly system which is easy and...

August 11, 2014 by Monika Business Services

Geoblocking in Australia to be dismantled

The recommendations of Australia's Inquiry into IT Pricing report will tear down the ability of major tech companies to enforce differential software, content and hardware pricing. The recommendations could also completely undermine current business models through creating a 'right of resale' for digital content.

July 28, 2013 by

Magia Electrical Estimating

Magia is an estimating software for Electrical Contractors and Electrical Estimators. To aid electrical estimating Magia provides material...

March 5, 2014 by Aurora Micro Products

Can Office 365 convince you that renting software is a good deal?

With its just-announced Office 365 subscription plans, Microsoft is asking customers to rent its flagship productivity software instead of buying outright. It might be a good deal for everyone, but is Microsoft willing to be aggressive with pricing?

July 24, 2012

MarkO

Standalone pricing software design exclusively for professional picture framers. By just entering the art size, it calculates frame...

April 30, 2013 by New Marketing

Asian CIOs see potential in Surface tablet

Pricing, biz software integration, and compatibility with Office will be key factors in Microsoft's ability to snatch crown from iPad, but for others, Android tablets already provide viable alternative.

July 11, 2012 by

The Economics of SaaS

Not all SaaS vendors price their software the same. Some go month-to-month and others require upfront annual payments. Understand why a category of software can have such differing perspectives on pricing.

February 7, 2011

SaaS pricing evolves: Should we be worried?

Software as a service pricing schemes are getting more complicated and raising questions about lock-in, whether long-term deals are true to the spirit of cloud computing and what kind of deals IT buyers are really getting.

June 13, 2010 by

Software pricing and the Devil's Triangle

Conflicting and interlocking agendas between enterprise vendors and customers contribute to many failed projects. In an insightful blog post, long-time vendor executive, Dennis Moore, identifies an economic model addressing this issue.

July 30, 2009 by

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