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The Avangate Awards – And the Winners Are…

Posted on June 22nd, 2016 by

Last week we announced the first edition of the Avangate Awards to celebrate excellence in innovation, enabling valuable digital offerings, global expansion and optimal use of the Avangate platform and services, across several categories, for both our clients and our affiliates.

So we don’t keep you in suspense any longer, here are the winners of the 2016 Avangate Awards, the client category: […]

Three Online Selling Capabilities Software Firms Need to Increase Customer Lifetime Value

Posted on February 2nd, 2016 by

Undoubtedly, customer lifetime value (CLV) is a core success metric for any SaaS company. If your company is going to continue to grow – and remain profitable – you need to be able to consistently identify your most valuable customers and increase their value over the life of their subscriptions. Clearly, determining and improving your CLV is a crucial business activity. […]

Ready or Not? – The New Role of the CTO in a Change-driven Business Environment

Posted on October 9th, 2014 by

Strange noises fill the remote area you’re walking toward. A part of the building you’ve never been before, it’s full of unfamiliar symbols and signs, not to mention sounds – the incessant beeping and whirring. You’ve now gone farther into the unknown than ever before. Silent creatures scowl at you in annoyance as you enter the room, then exchange glances among themselves as if they know you don’t belong here. You curse yourself once more for undertaking this perilous journey, but you are in need of ancient knowledge, and only the Chosen Few can help you now… […]

3 Innovative Software and Online Services Companies Embracing the New Services Economy

Posted on September 9th, 2014 by

Starting a company is hard. At times it’s both the best job and the worst job in the world. But having been a founding member of companies in the past – I can tell you that the good times outweigh the bad times by a zillion to one. Well, maybe not a zillion but you get the idea. […]