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SaaS Economics, Competitive Moats, And Interrogatory Configuration - by @infullbloomus
"Doing all of this at the same time produces IMO the secret sauce of true SaaS economics and, in doing so, creates an enormous competitive moat for vendors who can’t achieve this. Enter Interrogatory configuration, my recommended approach to creating this moat and the really important and related benefits for both vendor and customer."
enterprise  software  preferred  architectural  behaviors  saas 
october 2016 by jonerp
Workday’s 8/24/2016 Earnings Call — Non-Financial Thoughts - by @infullbloomus
"I take a lot of teasing from my colleagues because of my emphasis on (some would say devotion to) some very specific design principles for enterprise software. One of these is interrogatory configuration. But what may have looked like foolish devotion to many is critical, in my view, to the vendor’s economics as well as to the customer’s sanity in the continuous implementation of true SaaS."
preferred  architectural  behaviors  saas  vocabulary  shapes  our  thinking  workday 
september 2016 by jonerp
Reprise: A Great Miracle Happened Here! - by @infullbloomus #hcm
"The end of chest beating by industry executives, of hyping their own accomplishments in hopes no one will ask too many questions, and of disrespecting the competition in loud voices and with known half-truths if not outright lies."
enterprise  software  holiday  thoughts  hr  tech  hrm  models  modeling  preferred  architectural  behaviors 
december 2015 by jonerp
Modest Rant — HCM SaaS Economics - by @infullbloomus
"Unless your organization is operating in the same environment as it did 20+ years ago, doing pretty much the same things within pretty much the same competitive landscape (and this is true for NO ONE), then the cost of technology-enabled innovation should be the focus of any cost comparison between on-premise or faux SaaS/”cloud” and true SaaS."
"killer"  hrmds  scenarios  hcm  debunking  calling  out  enterprise  software  hr  tech  hrm  looking  back  forward  models  modeling  preferred  architectural  behaviors  saas 
february 2015 by jonerp

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