I've been searching the valuable info in the posts and most suggest to use a lawyer to get a license agreement, especially for the enterprise software we've developed. It's costed by the number of ...
I have a working prototype for an enterprise software. It is basically a very niche product catering a subset of the engineering firm. Now, what I need, is to validate the market as soon and as ...
I've started a software consultancy and an large fortune 500 company has approached us for a project. it's an internal CMS that will take roughly 5-6 months to develop with a team of 3. This is the ...
I am about to give an offer for software to a large enterprise. I know that it is normal to say that there is an upfront price for software and a yearly maintenance fee of around 18% of the upfront ...
We're developing an extension to a commercial open source enterprise software product. Most customers of the product we're extending buy it trough one of its system integration partners. To reach ...
What's a good open source alternative to Microsoft sharepoint for managing our enterprise content ?
What framework or platform is commonly used to develop enterprise software? I would also like some reference materials on how to sell such software.
With the proliferation of web-based applications in the small business sector, it's tough to gauge the purchasing trends for enterprise-level or mid-size business server software. I'm not referring ...
The enterprise software business is unique. What steps would you take for launching your enterprise software once it is ready? Thanks. Edit: Lets use targeting the manufacturing industry ...
Some questions related to the selling of Enterprise Software.. It seems the best way to sell to Enterprise companies is to build a solution the customer as a consultant(ie have them pay for building ...