I grew up in Rochester, NY in the 1980s and 1990s.
It seemed like everyone’s Mom and/or Dad worked for Kodak. And that was probably an accurate worldview for a kid to have, considering that, in 1982, Kodak accounted for 25% of all salaries in Rochester ...Read More
That's once a day for about 11.25 years. Even if you had 72 years to do it, like my new friend on the ski lift, it's still a jaw-dropping figure.
We were on the high speed quad at Bristol Mountain, so our ride was short ...Read More
When it comes to software, "customization" is a wolf in sheep's clothing. On the surface, customization seems like a great concept: we'll build some piece of functionality that is truly unique, and fits your business case like a glove. Given any issue, customization is the fastest ...Read More
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) has been a popular way to sell and deliver software for decades. Here at Perdix Software, our flagship product, MOLI, is sold using a SaaS model. Let's take a look at some of the benefits and drawbacks of SaaS, and discuss some of the ways ...Read More
The image of a well-oiled machine is a common allegory for simplicity. Everything “just works”, and you can rely on the machine to be reliable, stable, and do the work it was designed to do. But such a metaphor belies what is actually going on. For the machine ...Read More
I want to sell you a pair of jeans. I’ll even give you a good price! Only $3000! They’re a women’s size 10. What’s that, you say? You’re a man, and you wear 46x32? You’re pregnant, and you need a maternity size? You’re in the seventh grade, and ...Read More
Perdix Software will be among 11 Rochester-based companies to present at High Tech Rochester's 2015 HTR LaunchPad Demo Day at Geva Theatre Center in downtown Rochester.
"We're thrilled to have this opportunity to share our story with an audience of prospective clients, employees, and investors," said Steven ...Read More
Perdix Software has been selected by High Tech Rochester to participate in the 2015 HTR LaunchPad program. The program, modeled after the highly-acclaimed Lean LaunchPad program developed at Stanford University, is funded locally by a grant from the Max and Marian Farash Charitable Foundation. HTR LaunchPad is for ...Read More