Far too many software and IT companies are not calibrating their value in the current M&A market. One of the main reasons is that they believe in myths and misconceptions. Here are six of the major ones.
By Vic DeMarines, VP of Product and Strategy, Revulytics
Audit clauses are a necessary part of enterprise software license agreements, but can often strain even the best customer relationships. It is rare to enter an agreement without the intention of living up to its terms, so when a vendor makes the often difficult decision to invoke an audit clause, customers often feel that they are being wrongly accused of acting in bad faith.
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A conversation with Anthony Macciola, ABBYY
Competition in every industry will always be fierce. Not only will existing competitors continue to launch new variations of solutions, but also new entrants may shake up your industry with market-disrupting business models.
In years past, companies would sell their products to customers through word-of-mouth or paid advertisements. As organizations are now able to communicate with their clients more easily, they have the potential to sell to customers outside of their base regions. To ensure they are reaching all potential customers across the United States, companies must commit to making their presence known in new territories. One way to accomplish this goal? Expanding their channel program.