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Company Spotlight: Ubersmith Oustources Billing for Businesses Both Large and Small
With solutions available for both large and small hosting companies, Ubersmith’s billing application service is currently offered as an outsourced solution and, soon, as downloadable software as well.

NetSuite’s Online Advantage
NetSuite Small Business lets you manage your financial and accounting data from any Internet-ready PC. But is that enough to make you abandon QuickBooks?

Out From Oracle’s Shadow: NetSuite
With more than 7,500 paying customers and a new product suite, NetSuite is making its way out from under Oracle’s shadow and is poised to take full advantage of the next wave of software delivered as a service. Which, according to founder Evan Goldberg, is coming.

WebSideStory: An ASP Survivor
strategyThe on-demand Web analytics provider has weathered the stormy seas of the ASP industry, and is confident that better times lay ahead. Today, the company is finding success with a straightforward plan — to make its service simple, relevant and real-time.

Softricity Addresses Utility Computing at the Application Level
strategyWhile several players jockey for position in the hardware and OS virtualization spaces, Softricity is making moves in application virtualization with SoftGrid 3.0.

Appshop Sticks to Its Guns
strategyThe Oracle application outsourcing specialist has found success by sticking to what it knows best, and has found it can win more business by actually walking away from prospects that don’t fit its strategy.

The Rise and Fall (and Rise) of Data Return
strategyThe high-end hosting provider survived an acquisition by incubator divine, and divine’s ensuing bankruptcy, to emerge as a stronger, profitable, standalone company.

Abridean Goes Deep With Provisor 3.5
An enhanced XML toolset and synchronization tools help Abridean meet the needs of both its enterprise and service provider customers.

Salesnet Gives CRM Integration a Twist
strategyTo address the need for integration between Salesnet’s CRM application and legacy back-end systems in a way that better fit in with Salesnet’s ASP philosophy, Salesnet turned to AptSoft for an ‘integration-as-a-service’ approach.

Open Harbor Aims to Transform the Global Trade Industry
strategyWhen dealing with business internationally, the weakest link is usually the global trade process. To build an efficient, secure and lean supply chain, Open Harbor offers solutions to automate this last mile as well.

RightNow CEO Foresees End of Software Dinosaurs
strategyThe hosted customer service and support solutions provider is on a mission to take over the agent desktop in the contact center.

EmailLabs Takes the High Road
strategyEmailLabs has staked its claim on the ‘high-end self-service e-mail marketing business’ by focusing on technology, not marketing, to deliver its e-mail marketing and communication functionality to customers on a self-service basis.

Agiliti: From ASP to MSP
strategyAgiliti has come a long way since starting out as an ASP aggregator in 1999. Back in those heady days, companies like Agiliti and Jamcracker were sure that everyone would need not only one application delivered by an ASP, but eight or ten at a time. They soon found it was not as easy as it appeared.

Aspective Finds Success Through Pragmatism
strategyThis first-generation ASP has been enjoying strong growth, and making money as well. The key to its success is that while not abandoning the ASP market, Aspective has not allowed it to sink the corporate ship.

Divine’s Demise No Surprise
strategyThe consensus is in, and it appears that recently bankrupt ‘extended enterprise company’ divine never really stood a chance of succeeding.

Tarantella Buys New Moon
FeatureTwo server-based computing runners-up join forces to take on the industry leader, Citrix Systems.

Recruitsoft a Winning Candidate for HR
strategyWhen it comes to recruiting and hiring the right candidates, many of the world’s largest companies are giving the job to a San Francisco-based Web-native software vendor.

Onyx Looks for Edge With Embedded CRM
strategyTurning to the benefits of a Net-native architecture and Web services technology, Onyx Software sees its future pinned to its partners using Embedded CRM as an integration platform.

Inteq Unveils New Management Portal
Still bullish on the market for outsourced management services, the Bedford, Mass.-based MSP announces a new version of InfraPortal (its Web-based tool that offers a consolidated view of a company’s entire IT infrastructure).

EMC Offers Management Software Subscriptions
The storage vendor unveils two new features to its ControlCenter management software line, SAN Architect and SAN AutoAdvice, as one-year subscriptions.



 

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