Time and again during my decade or so of covering the enterprise applications market as an industry analyst I have witnessed what difference a year can make. And boy, would 2008 be such a year!
A year ago or so, I concluded an in-depth four-part series on Deltek (NASDAQ: PROJ), whose executives were recently happy to tell me that 2008 was not that terrible a year for the company. Quite the
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their belief that this new “New Deal” of sorts should drive a lot of new business for project-based software companies. And, since Deltek is an established US-based company with a large presence across the US (in terms of sales offices and reseller partners, especially within the “DC beltway” ), I’d expect it to fare even better than, say, Agresso in its core vertical markets as the new “New Deal” takes shape. Furthermore, Deltek made no dramatic cost-cutting statements as did many other