vertical market software

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vertical market software

Software packages that are designed for a particular industry such as banking, insurance or manufacturing. Contrast with horizontal market software.
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By integrating unified communications capabilities with contextual communications embedded into website, productivity and vertical software via APIs, Vonage is positioned to drive better business outcomes for its customers, said Elka Popova, Frost & Sullivan VP and Senior Fellow.
Product and End Market Diversity: Infor offers a broad portfolio of horizontal and vertical software and middleware products across most major end markets.
Advised by Apax Partners, a global private equity firm, Apax Digital's investments are focused on subsectors where Apax Partners has expertise, including vertical software, data & analytics, tech-enabled services, marketplaces, digital media, and disruptive e-commerce.
During his 13-year career in private equity, he has developed extensive expertise in financial technology, information services and vertical software.
Process (30 percent of success): As the CRM industry matures, vertical software offerings have become the norm (e.
El Segundo, California-based Internet Brands, with around 1,600 staff, operates branded websites and vertical software solutions in the auto, health, legal and home / travel markets, with over 100m unique visitors monthly and serving more than 100,000 SMBs and advertisers.
The combination expands Otelco's existing carrier-grade service offerings to support critical VoIP, email, database and industry vertical software applications.
Additional information is available in the Gartner report "User Survey Analysis: Software as a Service, Enterprise Application and Vertical Software Markets, Worldwide, 2011.
For solution providers, SuiteFlex allows them to embed what was a one-off service offering for a single customer into a vertical software solution that can be sold to thousands of companies in an industry.
Platform and vertical software company Quovadx Inc has restated figures for the last two quarters of its 2003 financial year, and has delayed filing its annual report with the SEC as a result of problems collecting software license revenue from Indian partner Infotech Network Group.
So we made it a requirement in not only our internal marketing documents, but also in our product design requirements that we would make it for a reseller very easy to do four things: penetrate new markets and spaces and strategies; to provide those application integration opportunities, that we spoke of earlier; to provide peripheral support opportunities in peripheral areas that he wasn't supporting at the present time, and to allow him to integrate the product in such a way into vertical software markets that he is familiar with.