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Single-Vendor Suites Winning over Best-of-Breed and Multi-Vendor Cloud Solutions


Saugatuck’s 2013 Cloud Survey found that enterprise buyers increasingly prefer suite solutions versus best-of-breed or loosely-coupled Cloud solutions across all business application segments and categories. Respondents clearly still believe there are definite advantages to traditional-style, single-vendor suites for business management applications. The underlying rationale likely includes “guaranteed” or implied levels of interoperability, similarity in interfaces, and coordinated / single-point support. But respondents may also not – yet – understand the integrative capabilities of Cloud when it comes to complex, disparate, and loosely-coupled business applications.

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A common misconception that single vendor solutions are better, provide more value, or lower TCO than best of breed solutions is wrong. Here is a great counter against your argument that suggests most gains claimed by single vendors are usually lost and how:
Posted by Eric W | Tuesday, September 17 2013 at 1:06AM ET
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