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Three Recent Acquisitions – Hyland, OpenText & Alfresco

Though one can speculate that these deals may not have gone through had they been delayed a week or two, the fact is they did, and the industry continues to move forward. Recently Hyland acquired Learning Machine, OpenText bought xMedius, and Alfresco closed their first significant deal by catching TSG (Technology Services Group. Each is interesting and significant deals that may well herald more similar deals in the future.

Innovation – A call to action!

We have been ongoing about innovation (or the lack of it) for some time now. And though there is no question that the process and content industry is slow to move, and typically lacks that creative spark, there are glimmers of hope. Over the past year, we have taken close to 200 briefings, and if …

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Brazil, a new growth market for ECM

So this past year we dedicated time, resources and partnered with Sao Paolo based ImageWare, to research in more detail how the Brazilian ECM market operates, its dynamics and of course its challenges and opportunities. If you would like to read the report or to learn more about opportunities in the region email us as [email protected]

Where is the innovation?

Advent doesn’t start yet so it’s not too late to get a ‘bah humbug’ piece published in 2019… so here goes. This past year at Deep Analysis we have taken almost 150 briefings with technology vendors, some great, some ok, some terrible, but nevertheless all interesting. Analysts have long been trained to hold back and …

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The dialectic of buyer & seller technology conversations

Dialectic – The tension or opposition between two interacting forces or elements Technology vendors cannot resist telling industry analysts that they replaced their rivals (Documentum, IBM, SAP, etc.) at a new client. Rarely are those bold assertions true. In the vast majority of situations, the new vendor is now running alongside their rival. Rather than …

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Did Cisco just make a big Blockchain mistake?

We are currently finalizing a new report on Enterprise Blockchain. This research has allowed us to spend time looking at the market globally, its trajectory, and its potential value. It has also allowed us to talk to both vendors and users of Blockchain to understand and codify the core use cases. There have been some …

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Oracle the Blockchain Dark Horse

But the dark horse seems to be Oracle, who have quietly yet steadily creeping up on the inside track. It started innocuously enough with the release of the Oracle Blockchain Platform in late 2018. At the time it seemed like a ‘me too’ response to SAP & IBM and went largely under the radar. But in 2019 things appear to have changed, and the foot is firmly on the accelerator with the release of Blockchain SaaS applications and a slew of accelerators and tools to quickly onboard clients.

Enterprise Blockchain Market Forecast

This month we launched our first Enterprise Blockchain Market Forecast. In it, we detail how the market is shifting away from the stealthy and steady growth of Blockchain infrastructure into the world of business applications. The biggest surprise in the report is something that is hiding in plain sight, as from nothing the Enterprise Blockchain market is already in 2019, a $2.9B market, one that is set to grow to over $12B by 2024.