Launches and updates were the story for most of the enterprise software sites on this year’s Index.
CA launched a new site, Oracle continued its site’s slow motion roll out, and SAP put the finishing touches on its new design. IBM Software Group, on the other hand, seems to have slammed its innovation train in reverse.
Meanwhile, our 2014 enterprise systems category is lighter by one entry: HP’s enterprise software site ranked at the bottom of last year’s Index (ranked 23rd) – and didn’t make this year’s cut.
Last year, every one of our finalists finished in the top ten and several saw some nice jumps in their rankings.
Think they will all hit the winner’s circle again? Don’t bet on it. Here’s why.
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We shook up the enterprise systems roster this year by moving EMC.com to a new category and striking Intel.com off the list. Next time, we’ll look at IBM.com, HP.com and Dell.com who ended 2013 in very different places — and share why 2014 might just end up to be HP.com’s year.
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