Throughout the 1990s, many organizations gradually retired their homegrown legacy systems and replaced them with COTS equivalents. Large software vendors, such as Oracle, SAP, and PeopleSoft, saw their revenues and profits skyrocket as the dominoes fell.
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Phil Simon is an independent technology consultant and a dynamic public speaker for hire. He focuses on the intersection of business and technology. Phil is the author of two books: Why New Systems Fail and The Next Wave of Technologies. He maintains a blog, writes for a number of technology media outlets, and hosts the podcast Technology Today. In 2002, after six years of related corporate experience, he started his company with the intent of… Read More
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