At the beginning of this year Forrester predicted that software would see the strongest growth of any US IT sector and that SaaS would be the key driver for this. This continues a well-established trend of strong growth in both the software sector as a whole and in cloud computing in particular. Fast growth tends to ripple out. Perhaps, a less heavily-discussed tenant of the SaaS revolution has been the way many consultants and service providers have managed to position themselves as complementary providers.

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At the beginning of this year Forrester predicted that software would see the strongest growth of any US IT sector and that SaaS would be the key driver for this. This continues a well-established trend of strong growth in both the software sector as a whole and in cloud computing in particular. Fast growth tends to ripple out. Perhaps, a less heavily-discussed tenant of the SaaS revolution has been the way many consultants and service providers have managed to position themselves as complementary providers.

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At the beginning of this year Forrester predicted that software would see the strongest growth of any US IT sector and that SaaS would be the key driver for this. This continues a well-established trend of strong growth in both the software sector as a whole and in cloud computing in particular. Fast growth tends to ripple out. Perhaps, a less heavily-discussed tenant of the SaaS revolution has been the way many consultants and service providers have managed to position themselves as complementary providers.

Read More at InformationWeek

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