• The coronavirus crisis is force-feeding 2 big changes into the stodgy enterprise software market. Here's why some startups are already benefiting

    14 days ago - By Business Insider

    A pair of trends going on in the enterprise software business may help it weather the coronavirus crisis, Jai Das, an industry expert, told Business Insider.
    The shelter-in-place orders and the economic downturn have spurred interest in cloud-based software as an easier-to-manage, less costly alternative to running applications in corporate data centers or workstations, he said.
    Many recent enterprise software companies bill customers based on how many employees they have using their software, a model that could expose them to big revenue cuts with corporations slashing their...
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  • Car dealerships are taking Tesla's lead by embracing online sales in the wake of COVID-19. Now industry insiders say salespeople will have less power over customers because of it

    Car dealerships are taking Tesla's lead by embracing online sales in the wake of COVID-19. Now industry insiders say salespeople will have less power over customers because of it

    14 days ago - By Business Insider

    Online car sales and home deliveries have become more popular in the wake of the novel coronavirus.
    That trend will continue well into the future, auto industry executives told Business Insider.
    "Customers will welcome the power shifting back in their direction, and they deserve that," said Laura Schwab, president of Aston Martin in the Americas.
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    The spread of the novel coronavirus has forced many car dealerships to increase their emphasis toward online sales and home deliveries. In April, more than half of Toyota's US sales stemmed from...
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