Do you think that the term Independent Software Vendor is still relevant?


Do you think in a world of html, cloud, services and startups that the term Independent Software Vendor is still relevant?

For (brief) background:

  • From Wikipedia: “Independent software vendor (ISV) is a business term for companies specializing in making or selling software, designed for mass marketing or for niche markets. Such markets may be diverse including software for real estate brokers, scheduling for healthcare personnel, barcode scanning, stock maintenance and even child care management software.”
  • Recently I have been “trying out” the term “Software Product Authors” to be a little more general.

P.S. This is also just some fun with polls – as I haven’t tried them out on wordpress yet. But I’m definitely interested in peoples views.

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