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Oracle OpenWorld '09, Day 3: One executive calls Oracle CRM On Demand not only Big Red's fastest-growing software-as-a-service application, but its fastest-growing application — period.
Oracle OpenWorld '09, Day 2: Executives detail Oracle's broad strategy as a systems provider, and its head of CRM delves into transforming technology at the application layer.
Click-to-call increase conversions, with instant access to sales associates.
You'll need a new platform mindset and a view toward the future.
Need to make changes to your sales payout? Here's how.
Coda 2go, an application built natively on Salesforce.com's Force.com platform, becomes FinancialForce.com, a new company backed by Salesforce.com and Unit 4 Agresso, parent company of accounting software vendor Coda.
The company's flagship sales force automation product tries to bring clarity to ad hoc selling.
With incomplete information, some hazards can be deadly.
Shop.org Annual Summit '09: A record number of attendees gather to learn strategies for the changing e-commerce landscape.
Gartner CRM Summit '09, Day 3: Connecting with customers relies on the power of influence.
The social media monitoring company extends its truCast Suite and segments its capabilities based on user needs.
The technique to achieving marketing-sales alignment.
The company brings forth its fifth option for CRM users, Salesforce Contact Manager, geared toward the smallest of businesses.
AMI-Partners reports 100 percent growth in interest among small-to-midsize businesses in managed software and services.
A new version of Sage's contact and customer management software sports a redesigned interface, social media capabilities, and e-marketing functionality.
The path to igniting sustainable sales performance.
CRM Evolution '09: CRM consultant shares tips for barreling through the economy and thriving in a post-recession world.
CRM Evolution '09: Your one-stop shop for all the news and coverage coming out of CRM magazine's annual conference in New York.
Despite an uptick in business activity, Pear Analytics says the majority of Twitter posts contain "Pointless Babble."
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