The Pulse - A newsletter by Sandhill.com
October 19, 2016
This week's Pulse is sponsored by NetSuite
 
 
 

How network platform solutions deliver value

Greg Brady

Greg Brady
Founder and CEO
One Network

Network platform solutions are disrupting existing supply chain and ERP solutions. In this interview, One Network’s founder and CEO explains how these solutions create a new business model, shares case examples of the value delivered to companies that adopt them and discusses the “Network Effect.”

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Startup perspectives from CEO of KnuEdge

Kathleen Goolsby

Kathleen Goolsby
Managing Editor
SandHill.com

KnuEdge, a secret San Diego-based startup, launched in June after 10 years in stealth. Its CEO, who is the former NASA chief Daniel Goldin, discusses the benefits and challenges of taking a longer-term approach instead of a typical short-term startup route as well as developing voice recognition software and algorithms.

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SaaS ID management benefits and providers

Rick Delgado

Rick Delgado
Technology Writer

With so many available applications and the number of devices employees use to access them, IT needs ways to make managing those accounts easier. This article discusses how Identification Management-as-a-Service (IDMaaS) works, the cloud’s impact on its growth and service providers.

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Is product development more than innovation?

Daniel Goldin

Daniel Goldin
Founder and CEO
KnuEdge

This opinion piece written by the longest-tenured former chief administrator of NASA and current CEO of KnuEdge is a must-read for all business leaders in America. He shares his insights, concerns and advice about business risks.

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Events

 
 

Developing great technology isn’t enough for the IoT

DC predicts 30 billion “things” will be connected to the IoT by 2020. It’s an incredible opportunity, especially for device and software manufacturers. New service, subscription and recurring revenue models will extend and replace product sales to increase profitability. The IoT will demand connectivity, platforms, applications, secure hardware and supporting services.

Developing great technology is no longer enough. In IoT, recognizing potential new business models and monetizing them are critical. Only the companies that can make this transition to a new, more interconnected world will secure their future.

Join us at LicensingLive! Nov. 1-3, 2016, in Cupertino, California and listen to Chris Kocher, founder and managing director, Grey Heron, and a panel of experts talk about the opportunities, challenges and best practices for monetizing in the IoT.

Register here.

 
 

Executive Briefings

 
 

PCI FAQs and Myths

Payment Card Industry compliance (PCI) is a set of practices that govern data security across credit and debit card payments. Businesses must comply with the requirements outlined by the PCI Security Standards Council for their merchant account to remain in good standing. Every business that accepts credit/debit cards must comply with these PCI standards, no matter what processing method they use. This simple guide from BluePay answers some frequently asked questions and debunks some myths surrounding PCI compliance.

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This Week's Sponsor: NetSuite

 
 

NetSuite

NetSuite Inc. is a leading vendor of cloud computing business management software suites. NetSuite enables companies to manage core key business operations in a single system, which includes Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Accounting, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), and Ecommerce. NetSuite's "real-time dashboard" technology provides an easy-to-use view into up-to-date, role-specific business information.

 






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