TechSpin: Servoy Dreams of Going Big

Dreyfuss, Joel
October 2008
Red Herring;10/1/2008, p5
Trade Publication
The article offers a look at how Servoy, a manufacturer of software tools designed to convert enterprise application into web-based services, established itself in the software industry. According to the author, Servoy has been marketing its software tools to independent software developers. The company's good technology, good positioning and hard-working managers are credited for its success in the industry. Servoy has also repositioned itself as a platform, indispensable status for any software company with grand ambitions.


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