This is a repost of a message posted on The Business of Software.
Let me extend a special thanks to the 150+ microISVs who participated in last year’s survey; this will be the second year we’ve run the survey and I’m looking forward to seeing what trends develop. If you missed last year’s results, here’s a link:
By participating in the survey, you will…
* Get exclusive access to anonymized survey results.
* Get a company profile listed on our participants page (optional).
* Get a link to your microISV site from our participants’ page (optional).
* Help the microISV community by guiding future applied research.
* Contribute to world peace!
The microISV Pain Point survey, sponsored by the microISV Research Alliance, guides applied, academic research at Auburn University’s Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering microISV Research Lab. Specifically, the survey helps determine fertile areas of research based on the daily struggles of microISV operators like you.
The microISV Research Alliance is the public face of Auburn University’s Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering microISV Research Lab. Our mission is to assist microISV operators in building and growing their businesses by providing insight and research into topics and issues specific to the microISV community.
If you would like more information about the survey, please visit the link below or email me at Russell [dot] Thackston [at] microISVResearch [dot] org.
Our goal is to make you more successful.