Cloudhouse has been backed by exited technology entrepreneurs and 24 Haymarket European Private Equity Group, made up of Senior Partners who have worked for Candover, Morgan Grenfell, PWC, Silverfleet, Legal and General Ventures, Cinven, HG Capital and JP Morgan Ventures.
EurotaxGlass’s have announced the launch of Glassmatix as a Cloud application, delivered by Cloudhouse technology.
The full press release is available here: http://www.eurotaxglass.co.uk/glassmatix/index.asp?CONTENT=GlassMatix_Delivered_Through_The_Cloud
The financial arguments for turning PCs into glorified remote terminals just don’t stack up, says a Gartner bod.
The Microsoft Office 2013 Preview has been released and Microsoft have made the bold move to make their premier product a SaaS or subscription based license. The software is still the same application on your Windows desktop, with a few upgrades of course!
So why not use Cloudhouse Accelerator to enable your existing apps to be SaaS licensed and delivered as Click & Run to make them as simple to access as a web app.
Cloudhouse Technologies are pleased to announce that William Mitchell has been appointed as the Chairman of the board. Bill brings a wealth of experience from Silicon Valley which will help Cloudhouse continue to grow and succeed. Click here for more on Bill’s background.
2010 Represented a Return to Solid Footing as the Enterprise Software Market Recovered and Expanded
Sandhill.com – 43% percent of executives forecasted that revenues will be dominated (81 – 100 percent) by cloud-based services and products in 5 years
Cloud Leaders Face a Changing Tide. A new research study finds software execs are optimistic about their cloud business forecasts and the adoption of cloud apps and platforms, but identifies a need to work harder to meet customer expectations.
Today Cloudhouse launches its new website and branding created by one of the leading US online creative agencies, Eighty8Four based in Palm Beach, FL.
Those who follow SaaS market closely know that SaaS growth rate is amazing and we are seeing more and more enterprise adoption. This belief has been confirmed by a new IDC study which predicts that SaaS is on a tear with its revenues at 6X growth rate than all software. It should also be noted that the perpetual license market fell by 7 Billion in 2009. Maxwell Cooter of TechWorld writes an article pointing out to the trajectory taken by SaaS in the next five years. More…