Start-up's epitaph: One product beats three

Dalton, Julie Carrick
February 2000
Focuses on the software company Persimmon IT in Durham, North Carolina which focused on developing software products that could be mass-marketed. Remarks from Steve Robins, senior analyst at the Yankee Group; Products of Persimmon IT; Status of Persimmon as a multiple-product company.


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