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    The future of any enterprise software vendor is being decided today in their developer community. Alex William’s insightful thoughts on Salesforce Is A Platform Company. Period. underscores how rapidly Salesforce is maturing as a cloud platform.  And the best measure of that progress can be seen in their developer community. (To be clear, Salesforce and the other companies mentioned […]

    Why Salesforce Is Winning The Cloud Platform War is copyrighted by . If you are reading this outside your feed reader, you are likely witnessing illegal content theft.

    Enterprise Irregulars is sponsored by Salesforce.com and Workday.


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  • 11/07/13--09:45: Dreamforecast
  • For many years I have written a piece that attempts to forecast the major themes of Dreamforce.  I believe I am not always right but the exercise is fun and helps me orient toward what should be happening industry-wide even if it’s not.  This year is no exception.  With no briefing yet from the company, […]

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    Enterprise Irregulars is sponsored by Salesforce.com and Workday.


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    Salesforce Seeks To Tackle Digital Business At Dreamforce Over 125,000 virtual and physical registrants descend on San Francisco the week of November 17th for Dreamforce 13, a future of technology meets SXSW event.  One day in advance of the largest enterprise software event of its kind, Salesforce.com announces Salesforce 1 (see Figure 1).  The Salesforce […]

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    Enterprise Irregulars is sponsored by Salesforce.com and Workday.


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    If I hear one more person tell me that Salesforce1 (S1) is a client-side app, a mobile client, the culmination of Touch (remember that launch? Not many do) or something similar I will scream (like I did the past few days).

    A Brief History Of Salesforce1 is copyrighted by . If you are reading this outside your feed reader or email, you are likely witnessing illegal content theft.

    Enterprise Irregulars is sponsored by Salesforce.com and Workday.


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    We’re beginning to see an important differentiation, even a schism, in the enterprise software industry.  It’s been building up for the last seven years and it will burst onto the scene tied in a bow this year.  It’s the separation between conventional software suites and platforms and it is most vividly explained by front to […]

    Zuora, Intacct Deal a Sign of Things to Come is copyrighted by Denis Pombriant. If you are reading this outside your feed reader or email, you are likely witnessing illegal content theft.

    Enterprise Irregulars is sponsored by Salesforce.com and Workday.


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  • 02/19/14--09:11: Back Office Perks Up
  • What’s going on in the back office? That normally staid bastion of conventional computing is perking up taking on subscriptions and cloud computing like candy.  It used to be that when you thought about back office and cloud in the same thought you also thought about NetSuite.  Truthfully you still do, they’ve been at it […]

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    Enterprise Irregulars is sponsored by Salesforce.com and Workday.


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    Platforms – can’t live with them… pass the potatoes. I know, we all hate platforms. The crux of the problem is explaining what a platform is and how it works, I can write for ages about the details and go into nitpicking details – and never publish.  The closest I got to it was the […]

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    I'm at Salesforce.com's Cloudforce event in London today, where there's a lot of talk about Chatter, the vendor's social collaboration platform. There are several announcements coinciding with the event, in particular Chatter Mobile, which takes Chatter out onto iPhone, iPad,...

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  • 12/12/10--18:01: Dreamforce 2010
  • Salesforce.com’s Dreamforce conference opened last Tuesday morning to the driving beat of WILL.I.AM and the showmanship of its flamboyant CEO Marc Benioff. Dreamforce is always a lively event but this year the energy level was over the top and only overshadowed a little by Benioff’s much discussed rainbow socks. I suppose you have to accept […]

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  • 09/20/12--14:56: Applications that are Social
  • I'm spending the week at Salesforce's Dreamforce conference (more on that in a post coming shortly) and at the partner keynote on Tuesday I watched a product demo that got me thinking about this concept that I wrote about a...

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