Web 2.0 & webtools

Posted on February 22, 2006. Filed under: Venture Capital, web |

Web20 and WebTools is gonna be everything – not just hype. The thing is that all kinds of business can be redone – with VERY SIMPLE STUFF. And I have to mention the 37Signal guys – I think they can be a tread to SAP on the longer run.I just hope so much they will stay independent.


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Hej Morten,

Hvis 37signals skal tage kampen op mod SAP, MBS Navision og alle de andre, skal de satse p:

– production mngt.
– accounting
– payroll
– inventory mngt.
– sales & reciveables
– payables

Men betragter man nettet som en platform, s er alt vel muligt og det krver bare at der er nogen som gr det! Isr kunne implementeringsomkostningerne vre minimale i forhold til de kr. 500.000 mdr. implementation costs som mange af de strre danske virksomheder betaler.

Er i vrigt igang med en strre research p omkring 100 web 2.0 virksomheder/services. Prver at skille skidt fra kanel, sammenligne og spore en trend.

Hi Morten and Philip

Actually SAP has already seen which way the wind is blowing. They have recently introduced a CRM On-Demand Solution.

With regards to 37Signals I agree with Philip that currently their solutions are not focusing on the same business areas as the established ERP-providers. However there are other direct online business application competitors moving forward at the moment.
I think a company like NetSuite will be a major competitor to SAP, Navision etc. on the short run.
Link: http://www.netsuite.com

Philip; where will your research be published eventually?

Hi again,

My research would be published at my blog http://psandn.blogspot.com/
I hope I can finish the job before the end of this week…

Thanks for the link to Netsuite, very interesting. So now we got some serious players in the business field. Remember Salesforce too!

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