SaaS Is Dead, Long Live Software

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Software terminology is stubbornly not following a similar evolution. It’s high time we kill the term Software As A Service (SaaS) and call it what it is – software. You’re not a SaaS company, you’re a software company. ASP To SaaS To Software.

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SaaS Funding Targest Software Companies With New Santa Monica Office

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SaaS Funding , a new provider of debt funding to software-as-a-service companies, said it has set up an office in Santa Monica. The company, which provides senior and junior debt capital, says it is targeting Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), digital media and tech enabled service companies who are bootstrapped or backed by angels. SaaS Funding's Santa Monica office is led by Charlie Perer.

Servoy Upgrades SaaS Software

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Thousand Oaks-based Servoy , a developer of software for developing software-as-a-service applications, said Monday that it has upgraded its namesake platform. According to the company, the upgraded software includes updates such as real-time clustering, drag-and-drop support, and ability to run applications either as software-as-a-service or through on-premise deployment. Tags: development saas software servoy

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Why SaaS is Exploding: A whitepaper

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Dave Key and Technology Council of Southern California Virtually everyone agrees the SaaS market is growing incredibly quickly; Gartner predicted cloud growth would be 21% in 2011. IDC predicts SaaS growth at 25.3% Forester predicts SaaS will account for 26% of the package software market by 2016, while Deloitte forecasts that only [.]. saas cloud cloud strategies Dave Key report SaaS software

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SaaS Funding Targets Software Companies With New Santa Monica Office

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SaaS Funding , a new provider of debt funding to software-as-a-service companies, said it has set up an office in Santa Monica. The company, which provides senior and junior debt capital, says it is targeting Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), digital media and tech enabled service companies who are bootstrapped or backed by angels. SaaS Funding's Santa Monica office is led by Charlie Perer.

Why SaaS is Exploding: A whitepaper

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Dave Key and Technology Council of Southern California Virtually everyone agrees the SaaS market is growing incredibly quickly; Gartner predicted cloud growth would be 21% in 2011. IDC predicts SaaS growth at 25.3% Forester predicts SaaS will account for 26% of the package software market by 2016, while Deloitte forecasts that only […]. saas cloud cloud strategies Dave Key report SaaS software

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ServiceTitan Buys CUC Software

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Glendale-based ServiceTitan has acquired CUC Software , a developer of business software products aimed at the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning industry, the company said this week. CUC Software was based in Billings, Montana, and was founded in 1981. According to ServiceTitan, CUC Software's customers were largely based in Canada. CUC Software was developed by Jack Vannoy and Carolyn Slayden in 1981.

Corent Technologies Finds $3.0M For SaaS Enablement

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Aliso Viejo-based Corent Technologies , the developer of software which helps turn corporate applications into software-as-a-service, has raised another $3.0M Corent, which is led by Feyzi Fatehi, develops software used by companies to easily transition their.NET software applications to the software-as-a-service model, short cutting the time it takes for converting legacy and in-house enterprise apps to the web and mobile model.

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3 Reasons SaaS Savvy Entrepreneurs Don’t Build Their Own Portals

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Even entrepreneurs that already sold on SaaS should stake note of new research from the SalientGroup : SaaS gets funded - Nearly 50% of SaaS-based startups are getting successfully funded—a rate of funding success no other sector can match. This is where SaaS gets sexy.

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Why GoToMeeting’s SaaS Playbook Wouldn’t Work Today

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During the early 2000’s, my team grew the company to one of the largest SaaS businesses of its day, with sales of $70 million. At approximately $600 million in recurring, annual revenue, the new GoTo Company will rank as one of the largest pure SaaS companies on the planet.

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SaaS Subcriptions Are Great – TranSaaSional Pricing Is Better

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Software as a service (SaaS) is a popular business model because it facilitates the delivery of incremental value to customers, while allowing the vendor to adjust their prices over time. A hybrid of the SaaS model is emerging.

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Corent Boosts Funding For SaaS Tools

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Aliso Viejo-based Corent , which develops software tools to more easily port traditional software to the software-as-a-service model, has raised $3.2M corent saas software service venture capital

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Turn Your Software App into SaaS in Days

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Wednesday, November 7, 2012 -- Turn Your Software App into SaaS in Days! How do you turn your software application into a fully operational, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), without investing a lot of time, programming resources, and money into the effort? Corent Technology, the emerging leader in Software to SaaS transformation is offering a complimentary and informative breakfast session hosted by IBM at IBM La Jolla office on Nov.

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Turn Your Software App into SaaS in Days

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Thursday, November 1, 2012 -- Turn Your Software App into SaaS in Days! How do you turn your software application into a fully operational, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), without investing a lot of time, programming resources, and money into the effort? Corent Technology, the emerging leader in Software to SaaS transformation is offering a complimentary and informative breakfast session hosted by IBM at IBM La Jolla office on Nov.

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Ten of Southern California's Top Software Companies

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Specright Picks Up $8.8M For Specifications Software

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Irvine-based Specright , a developer of specification data management software, has raised $8.8M Specright's software is used to develop supply chain specifications for packaging, products, and raw materials. The company said the new funds go to help the firm advance its software, including accelerating product development, hiring, and expanding globally. enterprise cloud saas chain supply capital venture software specifications specright

Enterprise Software Is Back: SoCal Sees Surge In Software Deals

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If you look at the last few weeks of deals here, you might be surprised: it''s almost been entirely enterprise software. for its cloud-based medical offices software. Why the sudden interest in cloud-based, enterprise software?

Four Innovative SaaS To Get Excited About

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SaaS – or Software as a Service – platforms are all the rage. Essentially a business model where software is licensed and distributed from a central location, SaaS companies can now be found in telecoms, human resources, and more.

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What SAAS Companies Need to Know About Network Management?

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We’ve even created an acronym for these kinds of services: software as a service (SAAS). Usually, a company provides subscription based access to subscribers allowing these subscribers to use software in the cloud. Business Data Development Network Saas Startups

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eSub Construction Software Finds $12M For Project Management Tools

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San Diego-based eSub Construction Software , a startup developing construction project management tools, has raised $12M in a funding round, the company announced this morning. eSub, led by founder and CEO Wendy Rogers, develops construction management software, which produces daily reports, RFIs, change orders, handles purchase orders, and more. esub contruction software project management venture capital saas

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Parallax Capital Partners Buys SaaS Firm Daptiv

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Laguna Hills-based Parallax Capital Partners , an investment group which acquires and operates software companies, said today that it has acquired Seattle-based Daptiv , a provider of online software-as-a-service for project and portfolio management. Tags: parallax capital partners daptiv merger acquisition software project portfolio management

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PetDesk Finds $12M For Veterinary Software

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San Diego-based PetDesk , a developer of software used by veterinarians, announced Friday morning that it has raised $12M in a Series B funding round. PetDesk develops online software used to manage veterinary practices. The company's software handles appointments, reminders, confirmations, health records, and other health data tracking for pets. petdesk veterinary software grooming grommers venture capital saas cloud manageent

ResMed To Add To Software Offerings With $750M MatrixCare Acquisition

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Medical device maker ResMed has agreed to acquire Minnesota-based MatrixCare, which makes software for long-term care providers, for $750 million. San Diego’s ResMed (NYSE: ticker[[RMD]]) announced its intention to buy the privately held tech company on Monday.

BlackLine Software Prices IPO

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Woodland Hills-based BlackLine Software , the developer of accounting and financial close software, has priced its IPO, saying late Thursday evening that it will sell 8,600,000 shares of its common stock at $17.00 saas software accounting acquisition merger blackline

AuditBoard Find $40M For Risk, Compliance Software

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Los Angeles-based AuditBoard , a developer of risk and compliance software used to help auditors streamline their work, has raised $40M in a funding round, the company disclosed this morning. Los Angeles is becoming quite the hub for accounting software companies; the city already has one big public accounting software developer, BlackLine, and also has FloQast, an accounting software developer venture backed by Insight Venture Partners, Toba Capital, and Polaris Partners.

Fetch Aims Software At Veterinarians

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Irvine-based Fetch , a new software platform aimed at veterinary practices, said it has launched, aimed at helping veterinarians with managing their businesses and communicating with clients. fetch software veterinarian veterinary saas practice managementAccording to the new service, it is looking to replace "antiquated" systems that veterinarians use to remind pet owners of routine care such as wellness exams and vaccinations.

Corent Technology Debuts New Software

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Aliso Viejo-based Corent Technology , the developer of software which makes it easier for companies to port their software to the software-as-a-service model, said Tuesday that it has released a new product. Pricing on the software was not announced.

Classy Captures $18M For Nonprofit Software

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San Diego-based Classy , which develops cloud-based software used by nonprofits for fundraising, disclosed that it has raised $18M in a new funding round. salesforce cloud saas software fundraising nonprofit capital venture stayclassy classyThe funding came from Mithril Capital Management and Salesforce Ventures. Classy was founded in 2006 as StayClassy, and also counts Bullpen Capital and Venture51 as backers.

Electricitybilling.com Debuts New Software

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Santa Monica-based Electricitybilling.com said today that it has launched a new version of its software, which is used for electricity billing by utilities. According to the company, the new software features such features as HTML invoices, PayPal and Braintree payment integration, a new utility meter reading application for the iPad and iPhone, and third party APIs. electricitybilling startup cloud software utility cleantech saas

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Anchore Gets $5M For Software Container Security

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Santa Barbara-based Anchore , which is developing security software aimed at the "container" market, has raised $5M in a funding round, the company disclosed this morning. anchore venture capital container software security virtualization saas said ziouani ansible eucalpytusThe funding came from local angel Andreas von Blottnitz, along with Doug Carlisle of Menlo Ventures. Anchore is led by Said Ziouani, a veteran of Eucalyptus and Ansible.

Procore Raises $50M More For Cloud Software

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Carpinteria-based construction software developer Procore , which is led by Tooey Cortemanche, announced late Thursday that it has raised $50M in a new funding, led by ICONIQ Capital. The company's cloud-based construction software is used to manage construction projects. management project growth software saas construction capital venture procore

Vroozi Raises $4M For Procurement Software

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Los Angeles-based Vroozi , a developer of cloud-based, B2B procurement software, has raised $4M in a funding round, the company said this morning. cloud saas growth expansion capital venture software procurement vrooziThe funding was led by Ally Holdings. The startup, led by Steve Olds, said the funding will go towards growing its sales organization, as well as for development efforts. READ MORE>>.

PSI Services Buys Software Secure

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Burbank-based testing software and services provider PSI Services announced this morning that it has acquired Software Secure , a provider of cloud-based, online testing services for the higher education, K-12, and certification markets. services software secure merger acquisition online testing education cloud saas

Cloud Computing and Software as a Service (SaaS) $160 Billion Market Opportunity

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Wednesday, May 19, 2010 -- Cloud Computing and Software as a Service (SaaS) $160 Billion Market Opportunity. software as a service", "SaaS" or "on-demand") is a popular way to access, use and pay for business support software and provides a viable business model in this emerging field of cloud computing. MIT Enterprise Forum of the Central Coast. Cloud computing is estimated to be a $160 billion market opportunity by 2011 (Merrill Lynch).

LiveTime Software Acquired By Absolute Software

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Newport Beach-based LiveTime Software , a developer of cloud-based, IT service management software, has been acquired by Absolute Software. Absolute Software said it paid less than $15M in cash and stock for LiveTime, which includes a three year earn-out. Absolute Software said that LiveTime's products are complementary to its existing product lines. Absolute Software is based in Vancouver, Canada.