The global software industry is in the midst of an evolutionary change with software-as-a-service (SaaS), mobile computing and IT consumerisation triggering permanent shifts in the basic structure of the industry.
These trends are forcing software companies to change - from the way they develop products to how they price, sell, deliver and service them.
says Evan Puzey, chief marketing officer at Kewill Systems, No. 86 on the EMEA 100.
says Vin Murria, CEO of Advanced Computer Software, No. 67 on the EMEA 100.
Les Elby, VP of business strategy, AVEVA, No. 47, EMEA 100.
Many companies are caught in a conundrum: they must quickly adapt to this new world, but they still earn most of their revenues from old models like traditional enterprise software licensing.
Our Global 100 Software Leaders report contains four top 100 software vendors’ lists: Global, EMEA, North America and Emerging Markets.
The UK performed strongly with 20 companies featured in the EMEA top 100. The highest entry reaching number five.
The report also contains comments and insights from software industry executives on the trends that are transforming the industry.
|EMEA ranking||Company||Software Revenue (in million of US $)*|
|21||Northgate Information Solutions||$375.90|
|67||Advanced Computer Software||$100.38|
* Software revenues and related data taken for the calendar year of 2011
** Acquired by Micros systems in 2012