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MGI Research coverage enables IT executives, users and investors to make more informed, timely and critical go/no-go decisions on issues that directly affect valuations, market entry and exit, major investments, acquisitions and divestitures. MGI core quantitative research helps technology vendors and investors to more accurately assess and benchmark company operating performance and strategy and identify ways for improvement in growth, gains in market share and valuation multiples. MGI core quant data underpins MGI Advisory Services and Benchmarking engagements. Research themes focus on the major non-linear industry trends such as virtualization, cloud computing, SaaS, emerging mobile platforms, 4G, social media and Agile and their impact on the user, vendor and investor strategies. Access to MGI research materials is available by Subscription. Select research notes are available in our Research Store. Subscribers get priority access to all published research as well as analyst consultation. Among companies covered are Salesforce.com, Oracle, Google, Microsoft, SAP, IBM, HP, CA, BMC and others.


MGI 360 Ratings - Salesforce.com in Configure-Price-Quote (CPQ)

MGI 360 LogoSUMMARY: We are initiating coverage of Salesforce.com in the Configure Price Quote (CPQ) market with an MGI 360 Rating of 64 and a Positive outlook.
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MGI 360 Ratings - Apttus/Conga in Configure-Price-Quote (CPQ)

MGI 360 LogoSUMMARY: We are initiating coverage of Apttus in the Configure-Price-Quote (CPQ) market with an MGI 360 Rating of 56 and a Neutral outlook.

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Key Issues in CPQ Research

CPQ Word CloudIn this research note we outline the key issues for our CPQ research coverage.

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Ten Digital Payment Trends That Every CEO Must Understand

Digital Payments and eCommerce Word CloudCompanies with high degree of digital payment literacy tend to become leaders. This research report outlines the ten key digital payment trends that every modern CEO needs to be aware of.

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MGI 360 Ratings - CM.com in Commerce and Payment Platforms

MGI 360 LogoSUMMARY: We are initiating coverage of CM.com in the Commerce and Payment Platforms (CPP) market with an MGI 360 Rating of 53 and a Neutral outlook. 

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MGI 360 Ratings - PayPro Global in Commerce and Payment Platforms

MGI 360 LogoSUMMARY: We are initiating the MGI 360 Rating of PayPro Global in the Commerce and Payment Platforms (CPP) market at 49 with a Neutral outlook.

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How to Scale Monetization Globally

Globe InternationalNearly every business publication or management consultancy tells their audience that global markets are the way to riches. 

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B2B Payments: The Real Case for Virtual Cards

The Real Case for Virtual Cards in B2B PaymentsIn this research note we explore the key drivers and adoption scenarios for virtual cards technology.

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Headless e-Commerce Architecture - Is e-Commerce Losing its Head?

Transition from Traditional to Headless Architecture

E-Commerce platforms are generally viewed as a relatively modern element of an enterprise stack. But in our view, it is one area that is significantly overdue for renovation. In this research note we examine the role that a headless commerce concept can play in helping to modernize e-commerce capabilities. 

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