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TBK Consult Barcelona

Happy New Year to the Software Industry

The picture above was taken at our semi-annual Synergy Conference in Barcelona in November 2013. From the left standing: Mathias Wassén, Luc Vanbecelaere, Erdogan Lak, Gianmaria Odello, Carl Savage, Kai Lemke, Steen Helmer, Christophe Alves. From the left sitting: Wagner Moll, Hans Peter Bech, Emma Crabtree, Manuel Moreira Cunha, Leon Rubinstein. Not present were: Fikret Idil, Marion Weidenhausen, Jakub Polkowski, Nicola Angelina, Alain van Hove, Howard Tonge, Paul Solski, Eva Sachse, Chaim Oren. The TBK Consult team wish our […]

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Key Trends

The Changing Nature of SMEs

Oxford Economics is a world leader in global forecasting and quantitative analysis for business and government, and a trusted resource for decision-makers seeking independent thinking and evidence-based research. SAP recently commissioned them to investigate the changing nature of the SME sector. Their findings make very interesting reading. Their study of 2,100 SMEs in 21 countries […]

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Dont just roll the dice2

How Do You Price Your Software?

Over the years I have been involved in the challenging task of pricing software. There are always so many factors and situations that you need to accommodate. The risk is that your pricing becomes very complicated, becomes inappropriate under certain circumstances, and has unexpected impact on the (buying) behavior of you customers. While doing research […]

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HPBech

Perspectives On: Going Global on a Shoestring – a 4 part series

  It’s difficult to talk much about today’s economy without considering globalization. No industry is more affected than technology. By now we’ve read dozens of stories about Apple developing products in the US while building them in China and selling them in virtually every county. Articles that suggested that even startups need to consider going […]

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Customer development

From the Garage to the NYSE in 10 Years Flat – Starting a Software Company. A 4 part series

Click here for show times Millions of new companies are started every year all over the globe. Most of these companies are local service providers trying to build a platform for feeding the owner and her family. None of these companies will make it to the New York Stock Exchange and they may live “happily […]

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Jeeves acquires Infocube

Jeeves Acquires Swedish Infocube

Jeeves acquires Infocube, one of its largest partners, thus strengthening Jeeves’ value proposition in the Swedish market. Jeeves Information Systems AB, (Stockholm, Sweden) a leading developer of ERP systems for small and medium businesses within the manufacturing, distribution and service industries, have announced that it has closed on its acquisition of Infocube AB, (Gothenburg, Sweden) […]

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Palo Alto Networks

Palo Alto Networks Delivers Unique Private Cloud Deployment Option for APT Detection & Analysis and Prevention

Palo Alto Networks® (Santa Ana, CA, USA), the network security company™, have announced availability of the Palo Alto Networks WF-500 appliance, the first platform designed to deliver a private cloud solution for timely and thorough detection, analysis and prevention of advanced persistent threats (APTs). Designed to meet the needs of customers with restrictions that preclude […]

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