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Three Areas Where SaaS Fell Short in 2006
Commentary  |  12/27/2006  | 
There is always room for improvement. I am finding a few areas where many SaaS vendors fell short in 2006. 1. SaaS guys did not value nonvisual interfaces. 2. SaaS guys typically didn't consider integration to other SaaS players. 3. Many SaaS players were slow in supporting rich internet application technology, such as Ajax. Here's how SaaS vendors can improve -- and what you should look for from leaders -- in 2007.


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