What CEOs Of Small Software Companies Need To Do In 2011
How To Find The Best Opportunities In A High-Growth Market
July 7, 2011
Why Read This Report
The software market is poised to enjoy its best growth in a decade, and small software companies face great growth opportunities as their larger competitors struggle to adapt to a new world of cloud computing and Smart Computing. To succeed, small software companies will have to execute the key functions of strategy, marketing, and sales as effectively as the larger firms. Those responsibilities at small software companies will fall heavily on the shoulders of the CEO, who has to play the roles of chief strategist, product marketer, and lead salesperson, as well as lead product developer. This report provides the small software company CEO with guidance and tools to succeed as chief vendor strategist for his or her firm in pursuing this growth opportunity while navigating the challenges and pitfalls that stand in the way.
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Table of Contents
- The Many Roles Of A CEO At A Small Software Company
- CEO As Strategist: Where The Software Opportunities Are In 2011 And 2012
- Middleware And Applications Are The Fastest-Growing Software Segments
- Focus And Discipline Are Key To Strategy For Small Software Vendors
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