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AutoAlert Increases Dealer Profits - A Case Study

 AutoAlert, Inc., is a software-as-a-service company that works with its client base of thousands of U.S. automobile dealers to enhance its gross profits by providing targeted consumer marketing and lead-generation data. 174 more words

Gary Crittenden

DataRobot tests algorithms in the cloud, and poof, just like that, it gets $21M

DataRobot, a startup that built a cloud service for comparing various algorithms that can help data scientists build effective predictive models, has raised $21 million, according to a report today in the Wall Street Journal’s Venture Capital Dispatch. 100 more words

Business

Business Relationship Management and Cloud Services - Friends or Foes?

Cloud computing is a reality in most corporate computing environments today and, like it or not, is an increasingly important part of the enterprise computing landscape. 774 more words

IT Management

It's time for cloud software companies to start turning a profit

There’s been a lot of commentary in the media recently regarding cloud software companies — from delayed initial public offerings (IPOs), poorly performing IPOs, and falling valuations and ultimately their contribution to the recent downturn in the tech market. 952 more words

Business

How To Figure Out Your Customer Lifetime Value

Your Customer Lifetime Value (CLTV) is an important metric. It can help you to determine how much money you can spend to acquire new customers and is useful to determine financial impact when you’ve changed prices. 587 more words

Software As A Service

The Story of Buuteeq

My partners and I, were one of the early investors in Buuteeq. We invested in early 2011, I should say Q1. Priceline.com recently acquired… 487 more words

Entrepreneurship

How Microsoft Is Gaining on Cloud Rivals Amazon and Google

Don’t look now, but Microsoft’s cloud services appear to be catching up to Amazon and Google in the quickly evolving battle to supply companies with cloud computing services, a survey of CIOs by the research firm Pacific Crest Securities has found. 376 more words

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