Analyst Insight: Consumers now demand that their software solutions be flexible, configurable and are able to accommodate business changes without much business impact. Enterprise software vendors have been forced to shift their dated SOA and legacy-based architecture to more adaptable and configuration-friendly solutions that allow consumers to adjust to changing business practices and processes. – Dylan Persaud, Managing Director, Eval-Source
In the world of enterprise management software, logistics and transportation has often been seen as a very isolated island. Those of us on the inside know that the logistics world continues to be just as fragmented and disconnected as it was 20 or 30 years ago. Logistics providers operate blindly within the supply chain, and have little idea of what is happening upstream or downstream. It's a fundamental problem that is especially ripe for disruption. Get ready, because major change is on the horizon.
Speaking of the cloud, Plex CEO Jason Blessing says, "Enterprise software is going through the most disruptive and innovation phase in decades. Time is compressing, the way we use technology is going through a revolution"¦.Enterprise software is cool again." Quite a statement, since in the last decade the cool factor was clearly with Zuckerberg, Dorsey, and Mason (founders of Facebook, Twitter, and Groupon, respectively).