There’s been some thoughtful discussion lately on the future of the printed word, fueled among other things by the recent news that bookseller Barns & Noble is putting itself on the auction block. But what does the decline of traditional book sales and distribution models tell us about the future of enterprise software? Read Lew’s latest blog post to learn learn about the pending disruption of enterprise software sales models. The good news? The customer wins.
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