Category: Cloud Marketplace

Is publishing on the Marketplace going to resolve all my issue?
Cloud Marketplace

Is publishing on the Marketplace going to resolve all my issues?

Publishing a product on the Cloud Marketplace is like launching a ship. If there are any problems with the product, you risk drowning and finding yourself among other abandoned products that no one transacts with. The good news is that publication is a good time to rethink your offering and correct the problems. If you manage to do this, you will publish your solution and mature the offer along the way. First, you should identify the problems that would cause you to drown, and there are usually more than just not having enough customers to transact with.

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why onboard with a partner - marketplace academy
Cloud Marketplace

Why onboard with a partner?

You can publish your product yourself, solve all obstacles as they arise, your engineers will integrate your product with all APIs, but isn’t it worth adding people to your team who have the necessary knowledge?

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Will my listing gnerate leads on its own?
Cloud Marketplace

Will my listing generate leads on its own?

Publication is a first step and an important step that will do a lot for you, but in the end it is just an entryway to new opportunities. It is up to you and your company to make the best out of it. It will require some work and even more dedication, but the results may be staggering.

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Cloud Marketplace

Cloud Marketplace: Gateway to Successful B2B Software Selling

Cloud marketplaces have transformed from simple transaction points into revenue-generating juggernauts. Not only do companies rely on them to list and purchase products, but independent software vendors are finding creative ways of incorporating the cloud marketplace into their go-to-market strategy.

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Co-Sell on AWS, Azure and Google Cloud. A deep dive
Cloud Marketplace

Co-Sell on AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud: A Deep Dive

Three giants have emerged as the leaders of the pack in cloud computing: Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud. The top infrastructure cloud providers, hyperscalers, continue investing massively in their data centers. They control 75% of the cloud marketplace market.

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Cheetah's Guide to Farming

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Learn how to accelerate software revenue growth through cloud marketplaces. Download the “Cheetah’s Guide to Farming.” 

Cheetah's Guide to Farming

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Learn how to accelerate software revenue growth through cloud marketplaces. Download the “Cheetah’s Guide to Farming.”