Enterprise Software Explained Using Donuts, Chicken Wings, and High Blood Pressure in New Book Release: The Non-Techie Guide to Enterprise Software

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Technology industry veteran Perry Harris releases his new book, ‘The Non-Techie Guide to Enterprise Software’ for those who want to learn about the non-technical side of enterprise software and have fun while doing it. Taking on traits of both a classic business book and an informal bathroom reader, the book walks through the steps of evaluating, purchasing, and implementing software and also provides insight into the inner workings of development, testing, and support of software vendors.

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There is also a collection of 'essays' to address topics such as:

  • Bad Data: The High Blood Pressure of Software
  • Vendors: Top Things for a Great Software Demo
  • Chicken Wings and Their Impact on Business Travel

Author Perry Harris says, “I wanted the book to be fun but informative. Technology is a dry topic for most readers, so I wanted to make it entertaining for the casual reader. There are plenty of books that focus on enterprise technologies but very few that focus on the business side of enterprise software specifically written for non-technical readers. Sometimes we all take business a little too seriously – my goal was to lighten things up a bit but still talk about important topics in the business.”

Perry has 30 years of experience designing, implementing and selling enterprise software and services. As the founder and former President/CEO of Varden Technologies, he brings a wide range of experiences and insights that are educational and enlightening for both readers new to the topic and industry veterans as well.

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