Posts Tagged ‘strategy’

What’s the path to Open Source Application Success?

Friday, January 28th, 2011

Few days ago, Derek Singleton of Software Advice has published a post on his blog on the failure of open source ERP applications in gaining mainstream acceptance. I’m not dealing with OSS ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning), but I know something about OSS application acceptance (the best known example is SpagoBI, in the Open Source Business […]

Pure Open Source and Ecology of Value – Part II: the right approach

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

In my previous post Pure Open Source and Ecology of Value Part I: A new strategy: the ecological approach to the value I said that the new strategy hasn’t been planned a priori but it derives from the analysis of its results, growth and adaptation over time. Now, it’s time to talk over the right […]

Pure Open Source and Ecology of Value – Part I: a new strategy for the ecological approach

Monday, May 3rd, 2010

Hi, in my latest post Open Core and Pure Open Source I said: “[ecology of value] could be a new answer to an old request: how to bring innovation and value into the market. It depends on what innovation and value are”. Now, I’m here again and I’d like to start from the beginning: SpagoWorld […]