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Thursday, February 26, 2004ML research on ondemand computing The report says:"We think of a pure On Demand delivery model as a deployment where there is a single instance of the software being delivered to multiple customers in a shared tenancy approach". This means there is minimal customization for the end user and enhancements and feature upgrades are disseminated almost daily to the customer base. We believe the system integration and customization work is reduced significantly. This has significant benefits in terms of achieving rapid time to deployment, hidden labor and training costs, and costly upgrades and bug fixes. While this model may not permeate every category of software it will likely hit areas that are more commodity-like in nature where the benefits of customization are not as obvious.
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