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2016 Software Trends: The Evolution of Enterprise Software

  • 2016 Software Trends: The Evolution of Enterprise Software-

    Cloud Deployments Grow

    Cloud deployments will grow not only in number, but also in size and scale. They will become the accepted solution for postmodern ERP. Early adopters will continue to grow their deployments. And, as these solutions mature and show quantifiable value, we’ll also start to see laggards jump on board, as well as very large enterprises that never previously considered cloud as an option.

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2016 Software Trends: The Evolution of Enterprise Software

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    Cloud Deployments Grow

    Cloud deployments will grow not only in number, but also in size and scale. They will become the accepted solution for postmodern ERP. Early adopters will continue to grow their deployments. And, as these solutions mature and show quantifiable value, we’ll also start to see laggards jump on board, as well as very large enterprises that never previously considered cloud as an option.

No one knows how 2016 will play out, but it’s quite clear that companies that focus on creating value; on maximizing resources, people and time; on pushing the boundaries of innovation; and on using data to run their business smarter will have the agility and flexibility to manage through whatever will come.

This is an exciting time to be in enterprise software. With the cloud and software as a service, we have a new chance to get it right. Buyers are increasingly interested in considering cloud options, and dozens of exciting new companies are reaching scale and giving incumbent vendors a run for their money. In this slideshow, Rob Bernshteyn, CEO, Coupa, has identified six enterprise software trends he expects to see in 2016.