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March 09, 2004

Ray Lane on new economy

Ray Lane, during Software2004 conference, on the new dynamics affecting software-based startup businesses -

Competency driven cost-model
- Predictable metrics
- Ubiquitous access
- Continous updates
- SOA (has to be there !)
- Flawless service (very expensive feature)

His parting shot - "There's nothing so pure as a new software company ..and so scary as a mature one"

March 9, 2004 in Economics of IT | Permalink


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