Traditional software and internet companies are becoming value-added orchestrators in support of business transformation in all industries. This business model evolution is driven by several key trends which include: an increased focus on the end user experience, maturing business models, gains through operational performance, and growth through M&A. In order to remain competitive, software & internet companies also need to address several critical macro issues such as mobile, social, cloud, security & privacy, data & analytics, and talent.
In addition, revenue, or the “top line,” is a closely monitored measure of an entity's growth and market share. The FASB and IASB are currently in the process of replacing existing revenue guidance with a new global accounting standard for all revenue transactions. How will revenue recognition changes affect your business?
PwC's Global Software Industry Leader Mark McCaffrey discusses the software industry's digital revolution.
The New Digital Ecosystem Reality: Mobile advertising strategies for increased success
This paper in the Technology Institute’s thought leadership series titled "The New digital ecosystem reality" discusses how the personalization of mobile devices has created opportunities for advertisers to develop more targeted ads, based on user preferences at a more intimate level than ever before.
On the horizon: Insights into the Cloud for finance and accounting professionals
By educating themselves on service models, cost structures, and governance issues of the Cloud, CFOs can discuss with the CIO and other C-suite executives about how Cloud computing can advance the business.
Experience Radar 2013: Lessons from the U.S.
Enterprise Software industry
PwC's Experience Radar helps businesses find hidden value to drive a unique customer experience. By helping enterprise software leaders rank their product and service features, Experience Radar identifies opportunities to achieve top line growth.
Accelerating embedded software development via agile technologies
Embedded software use is becoming omnipresent across multiple industries. Hardware-centric product industries require flexible and adaptable software with features and functionality to differentiate their products.
The future of software pricing excellence: an introduction
The changes in how software is valued, priced, delivered and consumed has impacted the technology industry. Find out how.
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