Since 1988, Softwear has supplied automated systems for the wholesale and retail trade in fashion, sports and footwear industries — from lingerie to jeans to tennis shoes, covering everything from the initial studio to final checkout. Hundreds of wholesalers, as well as franchise and smaller independent retailers, now work with the Softwear Package, consisting of several modules that provide each store, importer or wholesaler with a customizable solution. Softwear’s solutions, reflected in its products and services, are innovative and easy-to-use.
Scott Butler, iTech Professionals CEO, will host a Servoy Special Webinar on the iTech Professionals eCommerce Plug-in on January 28th. iTech Professionals, a new SAN (Servoy Alliance Network) Partner, announced the immediate availability of the eCommerce Plug-in — which enables developers to integrate the processing of credit cards and checks through popular merchants such as Chase Paymentech and Paypal, as part of building Servoy SaaS and PaaS solutions. With the eCommerce Plug-in, you can provide a free trial of your Servoy application, and then automate the upgrade process to a paying customer; use your application to process credit card transactions; charge monthly access fees in recurring payments; as well as support multiple merchant accounts on the same server.
To sign-up for the Special Servoy Webinar, click here.
For a free trial and more information about the eCommerce Plug-in, click here.
Servoy SAN Partner level members — invited by Servoy — are independent companies who provide Servoy-based software as ISVs (Independent Software Vendors); consulting services; customized solutions; training services; and technical resources based on Servoy technology. For more information about joining the Servoy Alliance Network (SAN), click here.
EuroCloud NL is a new foundation with a European focus on cloud computing and SaaS (Software as a Service). Jan Aleman, Servoy CEO, is honored to have been asked to join the board as Secretary of this foundation. At the inauguration session, several topics will be discussed including the goals of this new foundation. Mr. Aleman will present the results of the SaaS Survey of Softletter. Softletter’s SaaS survey is the industry’s most comprehensive SaaS research among ISVs (Independent Software Vendors).
ISVs interested in participating in the survey can click here.
The launch event of EuroCloud is free to attend and sponsored by Cisco. Servoy sponsors and hosts the website of EuroCloud, in the Cloud on a Cloudy Servoy platform. The EuroCloud launch will be held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and most sessions will be presented in Dutch.
To register for this event, click here.
Servoy proudly announces the opening of its new office in Zurich, Switzerland as of January 1, 2010. Jan Aleman, Servoy CEO, says: “We believe that local presence is very important for our fast growing German-speaking Servoy community in Germany, Austria and Switzerland (DACH). Our strategy to grow internationally is further strengthened with this office, and we will continue to open more local offices throughout 2010.” The Servoy activities in the DACH countries will be managed by Mr Geert Houben email@example.com.
Servoy and Softwear will present a session on “How to transform to SaaS” on January 20th at ICT-Office. ICT-Office unites over 500 companies in the Dutch IT, Telecom, Office and Internet sectors. With a turnover of 30 billion Euro and well over 250,000 employees, these companies represent more than 80% of the total IT, Telecom, Office and Internet market in the Netherlands.
Jan Aleman, Servoy CEO and a member of the steering comittee of the SaaS-Cloud division within ICT-Office, will discuss the steps an ISV has to go through to make the switch to SaaS with a focus on the technical aspects. Servoy has helped over 300 ISVs make the switch, and with this experience can help ISVs new to the topic make informed decisions. Softwear, an ISV that migrated from a classic 4GL to Servoy’s SaaS platform, will share with other ISVs their decision criteria, and how they went through the transformation process. This event will be held in the Netherlands and presented mainly in Dutch.
For more information, click here.
Jan Aleman, Servoy CEO, will be a featured keynote speaker at this year’s SaaS (Software as a Service) Conference in Dallas. If you are an ISV (Independent Software Vendor) utilizing or considering SaaS, this conference focuses on marketing and strategic considerations regarding SaaS — such as licensing models, hosting issues and more.
Take advantage of these FREE offers:
- Servoy is a Silver Sponsor and there are 2 FREE tickets to give away (a $2,400 USD value)!
Remember, there are ONLY 2 Complimentary SaaS University Registrations available, so hurry!
Contact Yvo Boom today by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone: 805-990-1865.
- Servoy is giving away 10 FREE copies of the Latest Edition of the Softletter SaaS Report (a $450 USD value)!
The report which will be released next month, contains 450 pages with the most valuable SaaS information.
To sign-up today for the Servoy Softletter Report Raffle, send an email to Carla Benassi at email@example.com.
To check out the complete conference agenda, click here.
To register for the SaaS University Conference, click here.
First of all we would like to wish everybody a Happy New Year. Despite the challenges of last year, we keep expanding and closed the year with positive results. We are excited about 2010, not just because of the uptick in sales activity that we have personally seen over the last 5 months, but also because of the general economic indicators looking strong (stock exchange is always 12-24 months ahead of the real economy). We believe this will continue.
In this newsletter, you will find some interesting news about Servoy. We are increasingly asked for our opinion as a visionary in the software industry and especially in cloud computing. We are now on the board of two major SaaS organizations — EuroCloud and ICT-Office SaaS-Cloud, and we conduct sessions, as well as keynoting at SaaS University Conference this year. Also, we continue to be quoted in leading journals and publications around the world, including an cover story interview in InfoWorld.
All in all, we are excited about the software market and particularly the cloud computing movement. We believe that our “SaaS and Back” hybrid vision is the most viable solution for all business entering the cloud.
All the best and Happy New Year,
Jan Aleman, CEO Servoy.
The program for OCLC’s first Regional Council Meeting in Europe, Middle East and Africa has been announced.
In the Opening Session entitled “Cloud Computing, what is it and what are its impacts for libraries”, the Keynote will be given by Jan Aleman, CEO of Servoy and a distinguished global thought leader on Cloud Computing. As secretary of EuroCloud (www.eurocloud.org), he has been a disruptive technology visionary at the forefront of the cloud revolution in computing. He is also a published author and commentator as well as guest and keynote speaker at many conferences worldwide. The meeting opens on 24 February 2010 in Leiden, Netherlands and takes place over two days.
To read the press release in its entirety, please go to: http://www.oclc.org/uk/en/news/releases/2010/2010.htm