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SAP Project Trust – a stepping stone towards consumption based pricing | diginomica

SAP Project Trust – a stepping stone towards consumption based pricing | diginomica

In my earlier story about SAP Project Trust, an effort to finally nail the lid on SAP’s long-running indirect access issue, I made the point that enterprise software licensing models have not really adjusted to the digital world. Regardless of which vendor you talk to, the pricing model still revolves around the same basic unit of […]

SAP Project Trust – a stepping stone towards consumption based pricing | diginomica

SAP Project Trust – a stepping stone towards consumption based pricing | diginomica

In my earlier story about SAP Project Trust, an effort to finally nail the lid on SAP’s long-running indirect access issue, I made the point that enterprise software licensing models have not really adjusted to the digital world. Regardless of which vendor you talk to, the pricing model still revolves around the same basic unit of […]

SAP debuts consumption-based pricing model for SAP Cloud | TechTarget

SAP debuts consumption-based pricing model for SAP Cloud | TechTarget

SAP software users can now consume SAP Cloud Platform services by buying credits and using them as they see fit. The new consumption-based model for SAP Cloud Platform (SCP) is an alternative to the traditional subscription-based model, where you pay a monthly or annual subscription fee to use an SAP application, according to Dan Lahl, […]

Are Cloud Companies Moving Away from Pricing Transparency?: eDiscovery Trends | JDSupra

Are Cloud Companies Moving Away from Pricing Transparency?: eDiscovery Trends | JDSupra

Last May, I wrote a post asking if pricing transparency is finally happening in eDiscovery.  Here’s an article where the trend seems to be reversing – at least for Software-as-a-Service (SaaS, aka cloud) companies in general.  And, what the heck is a SaaS “unicorn”? In his article on OpenView – Why SaaS Companies Are Moving […]

Four Ways To Avoid Vendor Lock-In When Moving To The Public Cloud | Forbes

Four Ways To Avoid Vendor Lock-In When Moving To The Public Cloud | Forbes

Today, the cloud market is dominated by a few mega-providers: Amazon, Google and Microsoft. On the surface, they deliver a similar looking set of infrastructure, with the virtual machine being the basic computational unit. Under the hood, however, there are important differences among them. While moving an application from one virtualization format to another is […]

Apple To Bring Introductory Subscription Pricing To The App Store | ubergizmo

Apple To Bring Introductory Subscription Pricing To The App Store | ubergizmo

The idea of subscribing to a service the recurs every month can be a bit daunting, especially if you already have other subscriptions. However Apple wants to address this by allowing developers to offer introductory subscription pricing for the App Store, meaning that developers can now choose to offer lower upfront prices for new subscribers. […]

Factors Likely to Decide Kroger’s (KR) Fate in Q3 Earnings | Nasdaq.com

Factors Likely to Decide Kroger’s (KR) Fate in Q3 Earnings | Nasdaq.com

Kroger’s top – line has been also benefiting from Customer 1st strategy, digital efforts and recent buyouts. Third-quarter revenue is projected to come in at $27,307 million, up 2.8% year over year. However, stiff competition, volatility in food prices, an aggressive promotional environment and waning store traffic remain the primary headwinds with which Kroger is […]

Cloud pricing discussions at AWS re:Invent? Your cheat sheet to a complicated topic | Diginomica

Cloud pricing discussions at AWS re:Invent? Your cheat sheet to a complicated topic | Diginomica

As AWS re:Invent kicks off the post-Thanksgiving holiday interregnum it is worth opening the kimono on cloud pricing. Let’s be clear from the get-go – it’s complicated and coming up with the right cost profile is far from easy. Although AWS controls and dominates the proceedings, many of the attendees use the cloud-savvy, budget-flush demographic […]

Kroger using Google and Microsoft clouds to avoid paying Amazon | CNBC

Kroger using Google and Microsoft clouds to avoid paying Amazon | CNBC

For Kroger, that fear has become more obvious by the day. In August, Amazon bought Whole Foods for $13.7 billion and instantly cut prices at the upscale grocer. CNBC has also been reporting on Amazon’s potential efforts to crack the pharmacy market, another reason for Kroger to be concerned. Kroger gets about 9 percent of […]

Google Expands Per Second Billing Option for Cloud Customers

Google Expands Per Second Billing Option for Cloud Customers

Google Group Product Manager Paul Nash paradoxically informed Google cloud customers not to get too excited by it, as enterprises already signed up for Google’s existing per-minute billing option will see very little savings by moving to a per-second model—as small as a fraction of 1 percent. The real savings will come from moving from […]