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  • 1. Overcoming Barriers to Large Enterprise SaaS Adoption Opening Remarks and a Fireside Chat at SIIA On Demand Bill McNee Founder and CEO Saugatuck Technology P: +1-203-454-3900 bill.mcnee@saugatech.com Thursday, October 29, 2009 San Jose, CA - USA Entire contents © 2009 Saugatuck Technology Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 2. The Evolving Cloudscape The focus of SaaS shifts over time from cost-effective delivery of stand-alone application services (Wave I), to integrated business solutions enabled by web services APIs and ESBs (Wave II), to workflow- and collaboration-enabled business transformation (Wave III), leading to measured, monitored and managed business processes (Wave IV). By 2014, Cloud Computing will capture up to 40 percent of new IT spending growth. Beyond Software-as-a-Service: Cloud Computing High SaaS 1.0 SaaS 2.0 Cloud Computing Wave I: 2001-2006 Wave II: 2005-2010 Wave III: 2008-2013 Wave IV: 2011-2016 Cost-Effective Integrated Workflow-Enabled Measured, Monitored, Managed Software Delivery Business Solutions Business Transformation Business Processes Post-SaaS Adoption Adoption • End-to-End Cloud Business Processes Ubiquitous SaaS Adoption • Intelligent Hubs Linking Platforms Mainstream SaaS Adoption • Focus on Business Transformation • Virtualization on Mobile Devices • Integrated w/ Business • ISV to SaaS Enablement • Elastic Cloud Infrastructure Early SaaS Adoption • SaaS Integration Platforms • Server and Application Virtualization • Standards for Workload Portability • Stand-alone Apps • Business Marketplaces • SaaS Development Platforms (PaaS) • SLAs for Composite Service Offerings • Multi-tenancy and SaaS Ecosystems • Public Cloud Infrastructure (IaaS) • Support at Business Process Level • Limited Configurability • Customization Capability • Cloud Collaboration Platforms • Focus on TCO / rapid • Focus on Integration • Customized, Personalized Workflow deployment Low 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Source: Saugatuck Technology Entire contents © 2009 Saugatuck Technology Inc. All rights reserved. Page: 2
  • 3. SaaS vs. On-premise ISVs: After the Storm 80.0% 70.0% Actuals Forecast 60.0% 50.0% 40.0% 30.0% 20.0% 10.0% 0.0% ‐10.0% ‐20.0% ‐30.0% On‐Prem ISV: Total Revenue Growth ‐ % (y/y) SAAS: Total Revenue Growth ‐ % (y/y) On‐Prem ISV: New License Revenue Growth ‐ % (y/y) SAAS: Deferred Revenue Growth ‐ % (y/y) Source: Company Reports, Edgar Online, Yahoo Finance, Wedbush, Saugatuck Technology. Data normalized to reflect non-standard fiscal years. Traditional ISV Market Basket: Autodesk (ADSK), BMC (BMC), Compuware (CPWR), Epicor (EPIC), Lawson (LWSN), Oracle (ORCL), SAP (SAP); SaaS Market Basket: Blackboard (BBBB), Concur (CNQR), DemandTec (DMAN), Kenexa (KNXA), NetSuite (N), RightNow (RNOW), Salesforce.com (CRM), SuccessFactors (SFSF), Taleo (TLEO), Ultimate Software (ULTI). Entire contents © 2009 Saugatuck Technology Inc. All rights reserved. Chart: 3
  • 4. Top 3 SaaS Solutions by Company Size In 2009: Top 3 SaaS Solutions by Company Size 100-300 300-500 500-1000 1000-2500 2500-5000 >5000 Collaboration Finance/ Collaboration HR/Benefits Payroll Collaboration Accounting Customer Service Sales Force Customer Service Collaboration Collaboration Time & Labor Automation Management Finance/ Payroll Finance/ Customer Service Customer Service HR/Benefits Accounting Accounting Thru 2011: Top 3 SaaS Solutions by Company Size 100-300 300-500 500-1000 1000-2500 2500-5000 >5000 Collaboration Customer Service Collaboration Collaboration Collaboration Collaboration Customer Service HR/Benefits Customer Service HR/Benefits Customer Service Time & Labor Management Finance/ Finance/ Payroll Finance/ HR/Benefits HR/Benefits Accounting Accounting Accounting Source: Saugatuck Technology Inc., 2009 SaaS Survey (Dec ‘08), N=1788 Saugatuck Insight: In 2009, Collaboration, Customer Service and Finance & Accounting are top priority SaaS purchases. By 2011, HR/Benefits becomes a key solution priority as well – across virtually all customer segments – reflecting a growing emphasis on efficiency and process improvement in core business systems. Entire contents © 2009 Saugatuck Technology Inc. All rights reserved. Page: 4
  • 5. Business Benefits and Deployment Concerns Business Benefits Deployment Concerns Reduce capital and/or operating costs 32% Data Security & Privacy concerns 39% Simplify software management 31% Integration w/ enterprise apps 32% Improve service levels 27% Ability to customize solution 28% Speed implementation 22% SaaS data Integration w/ enterprise apps 27% Faster time to market 22% Data and Transaction Integrity 25% S e r v ic e 20% S e r v ic e Enable focus on core competencies System performance and availability 22% Reduce risk 20% ROI of SaaS not yet verified 22% Convert fixed IT costs to variable costs 20% Level of technical support and maintenance 20% Increase revenue 19% Modifying IT mgmt/sourcing practices for SaaS 20% Improve internal and external collaboration 18% Access next-generation application functionality not Viability of SaaS vendors 17% 16% available in current software Data and application integration w/ other SaaS apps 13% Leverage SaaS provider’s leading-edge technology 13% % 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% % 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% Percent Percent Source: Saugatuck Technology, Web Survey December 2008, N=1788 Entire contents © 2009 Saugatuck Technology Inc. All rights reserved. Chart: 5
  • 6. Select Key Issues / Best Practices / Advice from Recent Interviews with Large Enterprise Business and IT Execs • “Focus first and foremost on the business problem (including IT cost savings as a business problem).” – “Make sure the offering is truly unique and compelling, as it isn’t always about cost.” • “SaaS / Cloud is a tool, not a panacea. It doesn’t always work for all problems. Hybrids are fine if that’s the answer. Recognize that and work toward it.” • “Four words: Security, performance, availability, integration . . .” – “With the Cloud clearly moving to a hybrid model, invest heavily in providing a variety of flexible integration methods and capabilities – data, process, identify.” – “The only Cloud providers that we bring in are those that invest heavily (or partner to support) key compliance initiatives / certifications for our global business (e.g., SAS 70, PCI)” – “Be open. Standards are a good thing for the Enterprise – as it helps simply integration and implementation, and increases ROI.” – “I want and need one main throat to choke. Integrated SLAs are critical.” • “IT is a partner, but not the driver. Adoption must come from the business; but IT can’t be afraid of it. If you can’t convince the business of the value, ‘forgetaboutit’.” – “Build trust with the IT teams, even if not selling directly to them.” – “We have continuing concerns about loss of control / influence – with shift from running apps/infrastructure internally, to a mix of internal and cloud services.” Entire contents © 2009 Saugatuck Technology Inc. All rights reserved. Page: 6
  • 7. Select Key Issues / Best Practices / Advice from Recent Interviews with Large Enterprise Business and IT Execs (cont . . .) • “I really need to understand how niche firms and large platform players are going to fit into a holistic architecture.” – “I really need to understand how a offering or platform is going to fit into broader release / upgrade cycles in our Enterprise.” – “Leveraging custom Cloud development environments brings is an inherently riskier proposition – as I can’t pick up and move my code . . . But I also recognize that the risks with custom SaaS / Cloud development are not much more than they are with traditional On-Premise Solutions.“ • “Less is more. Solve small problems before looking to change the world. Quick wins can build confidence.” – “Start small and scale versus going forward with a ‘Big Bang’ approach. Demonstrate value 1st.” Entire contents © 2009 Saugatuck Technology Inc. All rights reserved. Page: 7
  • 8. Expert Panelists Basil Fedynyshyn Ashwin Rangan VP, Platform Management Chief Products Officer Home Equity Group MarketShare Partners Wells Fargo •Responsible for defining strategies, •Since 2007, serving as Chief Products preparing platform roadmaps and leading Officer for LA-based MarketShare delivery of technology capabilities. Partners (MSP), a strategic decision •Over the past 4 years, has defined and sciences firm that leverages advanced directed the deployment of analytics. Salesforce.com across multiple business •MSP’s customers are typically Chief units, creating a best practices center of Marketing Officers (CMOs) and Brand- excellence to facilitate a scalable, stewards of some of the world’s most integrated environment to meet the valuable and prestigious Brands. complex needs of both Business and IT. •Previously, Ashwin served as the GM & •Prior to Wells Fargo, Basil held senior IT CIO of Wal-Mart Global and walmart.com management roles with Providian in Brisbane, California. Financial and NextCard. •Prior to Walmart, he served as the CIO for Conexant Systems in Newport Beach, California. Entire contents © 2009 Saugatuck Technology Inc. All rights reserved. Page: 8
  • 9. Saugatuck Technology Inc. • Saugatuck Technology provides market strategy consulting and subscription research services to senior executives, IT vendors and services providers and investors • Strategy and marketing experts in enterprise software and business / IT services, and IT infrastructure / platforms • Mission: To help our clients make better business decisions through trusted insights – especially around the key trends and emerging / disruptive technologies driving change in enterprise computing – For vendors: Help accelerate growth through strategic intelligence, with a focus on identifying new market opportunities and strategies that help WIN, KEEP and GROW customers. – For business and IT users: We help save time and money when making decisions about emerging technologies, including understanding vendor roadmaps, key market trends and evolution, as well as implementation / adoption best practices. – Saugatuck fills the gap between high-cost strategy consultants & traditional IT market research firms. • Headquartered in Westport, Connecticut with 2nd US Research / Sales office in Silicon Valley (Santa Clara), plus regional presence in Europe (Germany) and Asia Pac (Australia) • Strong team of professionals with deep IT industry experience – 20 core-team members, research analysts and consultants, and support staff – Average 25+ years experience with leading vendors / think tanks such as Gartner, Forrester, KPMG, Giga Group, Accenture, IBM and HP Entire contents © 2009 Saugatuck Technology Inc. All rights reserved. Chart: 9
  • 10. Saugatuck Consulting and Research Services Vendor Market Strategy Consulting and Execution Services • Market Assessments • Thought Leadership • Strategy Validation Research Studies • Opportunity “White-Space” Analysis • Read / React Review Marketing Plans • Positioning / Messaging • Alliance Marketing Program Support • Scenario Planning • M&A Support • Competitive Analysis User Consulting Services • Executive Workshops - key industry trends, • Business architecture review directions & disruptive technologies (e.g., • Technology architecture review SaaS, Open Source, SOA, IT Utility) • Deployment / Management Best Practices Subscription Research & Advisory (CRS) • Subscription access to all on-going • Independent, unbiased insights / guidance Saugatuck research • On-going analyst inquiry support • Focused on emerging and disruptive • Strategic “Analyst Days” technologies Supported by Fact-based (Primary and Secondary) Market Research • Buyer Profiling Web or Traditional Print/Mail Surveys • Market Opportunity Assessment Executive Interviews (Expert-led), • Demand Estimation especially “C”-level • Competitive Intelligence Entire contents © 2009 Saugatuck Technology Inc. All rights reserved. Page: 10
  • 11. How to Contact: Regional Sales Offices US OFFICES INTERNATIONAL Headquarters Germany Saugatuck Technology Inc. Saugatuck Technology Inc. 49 Riverside Ave. Bluecherstr. 4 Westport, CT 06880 D 65343 Eltville am Rhein USA Germany (P) +1.203.454.3900 (P) +49.6123.630285 Regional Sales: Al.Vanek@Saugatech.com Regional Sales: frank.sempert@saugatech.com Silicon Valley Saugatuck Technology Inc. 5201 Great America Parkway, Suite 320 Santa Clara, CA 95054 • • • USA (P) +1.408.727.9700 Regional Sales: Andrew.Jeffs@Saugatech.com Are you getting the best research, insight, and advice on disruptive IT? Register to receive Saugatuck’s complimentary Research Alerts, and browse our comprehensive Research Library on topics such as SaaS, Open Source, Web 2.0, SOA and Utility Computing (among other). • To Register: http://research.saugatech.com/cgi-bin/order/signup3.pl • To Browse the Library: http://www.saugatech.com/researchbytopic.htm • ToEntire contents © 2009 Saugatuck Technology Inc. Learn About Saugatuck’s CRS Subscription Research Service: All rights reserved. http://www.saugatech.com/crs.htm

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