Browsing All posts tagged under »Charles Clark«

For the majority of vendors moving into the realms of sustainability procurement technology, it is either a sign of desperation or distraction but . . . with Rosslyn it’s just another crack in their egg

October 26, 2011


Don’t bite off more than you can chew, or avoid starting a new project until the present project is completed, are axioms that immediately come to mind when I consider the efforts on the part of some vendors to find that all important traction that ultimately leads to the scalability of their business model. In […]

Rosslyn Analytics: Disruptive Innovation and the Emergence of a New Titan

February 2, 2011


A disruptive innovation is an innovation that disrupts an existing market. The term is used in business and technology literature to describe innovations that improve a product or service in ways that the market does not expect, typically by lowering price or designing for a different set of consumers. from Wikipedia In June 2009 I […]

Rosslyn Analytics . . . It’s The Real Thing!

January 20, 2011


JMP Securities included Rosslyn Analytics in its annual Hot 100 list because it is one of the fastest growing UK technology companies with a rapidly expanding global customer base across the private and public sectors. from Press Release dated January 20th, 2011 What the title of today’s post lacks in originality, Rosslyn Analytics more than […]

Rosslyn Analytics Recent Press Release Brings SaaS-based Technology to the Tipping Point of Market Transformation

October 14, 2010


“I believe the phrase “spend intelligence” to be misleading. To me, it sounds like a new take or sub-segment of business intelligence software applications which offer analytics and dashboard capabilities and sit on top of existing systems of record. The problem is that spend visibility and analytics is much more complex, requiring data cleansing, rationalization, […]

Traditional ERP vendors such as SAP and Oracle overlook the Disruptive Innovation question when they discuss their move to a SaaS model

May 26, 2010


In my May 18th Procurement Insights post titled “SaaS Sprawl, One-Stop Shopping and Free 8-Tracks To Boot: A Sad Day in the World of SAP” I indicated that SAP’s John Wookey might have been overly optimistic when he put so much stock in customers coming to SAP and saying that it “would sure be nice […]

Rosslyn Analytics Releases New White Paper – There is an alternative to costly ERP-implemented spend analytics‏

May 12, 2010


Rosslyn Analytics Releases New White Paper on the Business Value of Non-Consultancy Implemented Spend Analytics Charles Clark to be interviewed live on BlogTalkRadio London, United Kingdom – 12 May 2010: In the fast changing, inter-connected global economy, private and public sector organizations can no longer “survive” the inefficiencies of the overarching, monolithic undertakings associated with […]

New Rosslyn Analytics White Paper To Be Released Next Week

April 7, 2010


As you know I have been covering Rosslyn Analytics since early January (although they were on my radar screen well before then). In the two articles that I have written, January 27th, 2010 – Rosslyn Analytics Adaptive Intelligence Reflects Scientific Principles and, March 18th, 2010 – Rosslyn Analytics: Find a Need and Fill IT! I […]