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June 20, 2006



I thought these were Ray Lane's laws? :)

Jeff Clavier

Jeff> Thanks for the reminder. I was not there yet for Ray's keynote at Software 2006. I have updated the post accordingly.


The modelization of successful software companies you´re showing is extremely interesting, and true. But isn´t the software industry one of the most competitive areas worldwide? Don´t you think what software companies should urge to do is, besides providing access on demand (which most already do thanks do ASP techs), differentiate their products? Differentiating one´s offer seems to me to be the success key of incomers in this extremely busy market.

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