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Food Traceability – The role of software vendors

Living in California is wunderbar. I do have a Governor with a perfect English accent, at least from my perspective and there is no place else in the world where you have such a risk behavior that allows Gold rushes, … Continue reading

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Gaining the last piece of profits

We are in a world, in which we no longer need to eat the dog food that we are being served. Software has evolved, teaching us that we can customize its appearance and user interface to our needs and desire. … Continue reading

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The End of Microsoft – really?

I stumbled today across an article by Marc Benioff, self proclaimed inventor of SaaS. For those, who don’t know him, he is CEO of Salesforce.com and truly one of the very first companies that provides its software as a service. … Continue reading

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If you have a black hole in your organization, you got issues!

The weekend in San Diego was nice, allowing me to start outdoor season. My daughter opened the pool, while I started my reading season in the hammock. Lying casually in the sun, watching the blue sky I ran across an … Continue reading

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