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Links 1 through 10 of 64 by Alex Barnett tagged SaaS

The Intuit Partner Platform not only gives developers the opportunity to build Web-based applications, but successful SaaS businesses by taking the complexity out of managing infrastructure, hosting, user management, integration and billing. Now developers can focus on developing innovative on-demand software solutions that solve unique and important problems for the four million small and mid-market businesses across the U.S. that use QuickBooks and the 25 million employees that work in those companies.

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In other words, Apple's lack of communication and service is hurting its developers, who already have to give up a big chunk of revenue from application sales to Apple. Apple is making them pay for poor service.

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Another potentially large segment may be in the traditional desktop space. As we continue to transition away from desktop centric delivery to that of a cloud centric application models, the fight for the desktop will start to become the fight for the delivery of hybrid applications that make use of both local and remote resources.

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quick analysis on SaaS offerings by Oracle, IBM, SAP, Microsoft, and Intuit

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just "paying attention" to cloud computing isn't the point. The point is to rediscover what makes open source tick, but in the new context.

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So far this year, companies providing cloud services or building services on top of the cloud have raked in more than $70 million. That’s nothing compared to the $14.9 billion that VCs invested during the same six-month period overall, but interest is p

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is it possible that Salesforce.com has achieved the market power to stifle aspiring SaaS startups from attaining similar success in other markets beside CRM? That is, could they become (or are they already becoming) the Microsoft of SaaS?

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it’s not entirely clear why you’d use Force.com to build a sort of stand-alone application that didn’t have anything to do with SalesForce.com

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there’s a new threat to the traditional monthly per-user subscription pricing model for on-demand applications, in which every user pays the same flat (or should that be fat?) all-inclusive price, irrespective of usage.

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