ASP - Los Angeles Holiday Benefit Party

SoCal Tech Calendar

Thursday, December 8, 2011 -- ASP - Los Angeles Holiday Benefit Party. This is a charity Holiday Party that will include a cocktail reception, holiday themed background music, festive ambiance in a Pasadena historic landmark, and a toy collection to benefit a childrens annual toy distribution. See [link] (more

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ASP-Operationalizing WellPoint Business Strategies with the Balanced Scorecard

SoCal Tech Calendar

Thursday, January 22, 2009 -- ASP-Operationalizing WellPoint Business Strategies with the Balanced Scorecard. This case study will showcase how the organization identified 11 strategic measures and used the balanced scorecard as a vehicle for operationalizing its strategies. The results of this effort led to the division being showcased in other WellPoint business units as the benchmark for strategy execution. Our speaker, Ferdinand Tesoro, Ph.D.

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SaaS Is Dead, Long Live Software

InfoChachkie

ASP To SaaS To Software. In the early 2000’s, my software startup was dubbed an Application Service Provider (ASP). By the time we launched GoToMeeting, the term ASP had largely been replaced with Software as a Service (SaaS) and the software subscription model was firmly established.

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Networking and Case Study

SoCal Tech Calendar

Thursday, March 26, 2009 -- Networking and Case Study. Is branding missing from your corporate strategic plan? Branding is not just a marketing tactic-hear the key elements about strategic branding from Sandra Sellani of The Sellani Group Brand Strategist. Networking and a boxed dinner provided. See [link] (more

Tanner EDA Names President

socalTECH

Greg joins the company from ASP Global Services, where he was CEO. Monrovia, California-based Tanner EDA , a developer of analog and mixed signal design tools, announced this week that it has named Greg Lebsack as President of the firm.

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Charting Your Company's Course using Hoshin Kanri Techniques

SoCal Tech Calendar

ASP Orange County's Akhilesh Gulati introduces us to Hoshin Kanri, a systematic quality approach to planning, executing, auditing and managing corporate visions and business strategies on a companywide basis. Thursday, April 23, 2009 -- Charting Your Company's Course using Hoshin Kanri Techniques.

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How To Make Freemium Customers Generate Revenue For Your Startup

InfoChachkie

Thus, we became one of the first ASP (aka SaaS) companies, by selling subscriptions of our screen sharing technology to customer service departments – the same market segment which had adopted BuddyHelp. Thus, we became one of the first ASP (aka SaaS) companies, by selling subscriptions of our screen sharing technology to customer service departments – the same market segment which had adopted BuddyHelp.

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The Tyranny of Revenue Projections

The Quigley Report

What ASP will the market accept? What a senseless exercise we have all gotten ourselves into. I am talking about revenue projections for start-ups. These 'mandatory' projections that are supposed to be included in all powerpoint pitches to VCs. I know that I am part of the problem here, as I too expect to see a revenue projection from the management team when presenting its business to Clearstone. And yet, it does seem rather silly.

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Domain Experience Gives Entrepreneurs an Unfair Advantage

Both Sides of the Table

My first company launched in 1999 and we were offering a SaaS document management in the cloud (we were called ASPs back then). This is the final part of my series on Entrepreneurial DNA that was originally published on VentureHacks. OK, it’s not really my final part. I started with a Top 10 list for Nivi (at VentureHacks), but I couldn’t cram it into 10 so it became a Top 11 list.

App is Crap (why Apple is bad for your health)

Both Sides of the Table

App is one step forward, two steps back – In 1999 I launched my first company, BuildOnline, a SaaS-based (back then we were ASP’s) content management platform for large-scale engineering and construction projects. Absolute Power Corrupts, Absolutely.

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: FounderBlog’s 1 Year Anniversary! A BIG THANK YOU to 3,500 entrepreneurs in 50+ countries

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: 4. Build a SWAT team

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: 3. Virtual Location, Location, Location

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: 2. Under Process, Over Deliver

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Just Say What it Is

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: 2 Ears and 1 Mouth: There's a Reason

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Be Best at Something

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Elements of Sustainable Companies

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: I'm 30, now will you take me seriously?

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Venture Capital - What's the rush?

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Hire Entrepreneurs!

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: The Kool-Aid Test: “Why do I need anything? Why do I need yours? Why do I need it now?"

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Stay Positive

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Go Fast, but Don’t Hurry

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Welcome to FounderBlog!

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: The DNA of an A++ Team

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Startup 6.0 - the Rubicon Project: Internet Advertising

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: GoogleClick - Who owns your cash register?

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: So, you need to develop a product?

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Tear Down Your Firewalls

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: We're Not Saving Lives.

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Inventing Stuff, Obviously Impossible?

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Move Fast. Be Agile. Stay Focused.

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Startup 4.0 – Wireless is the next big thing – hurry!

Frank Addante

Internet Advertising ASP) Exit: $112M IPO and acquisition Lesson: Think big.

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