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With its latest edition, the software-as-a-service business intelligence vendor touts usability over features.
In a transaction valued at $7.4 billion, Big Red scoops up the software-and-services provider after Sun's failed negotiations with IBM.
Navigate the downturn by investing in customer relationships.
Optimize sales resources through effective use of territory alignment.
Software spending among small and midsize businesses is now expected to grow at an annual rate of 6 percent during the next five years -- with software-as-a-service leading the charge.
A recent study affirms that what's cool isn't necessarily what's selling -- or what's helping your company sell more.
Cloudforce London '09: The popular on-demand provider introduces a free version of its mobile CRM access package -- after all, one executive says, "cloud applications make mobility possible."
The vendor updates its software for data mining and text analytics, ditching the "Clementine" brand name for "PASW," an acronym for "predictive analytics software."
Web 2.0 Expo '09: Keynote speakers urge audience to connect with customers -- by telling stories and, above all else, by being honest.
Partner-built connectors link NetSuite's cloud with rival Salesforce.com's, allowing overlapping customers to combine applications.
Focus on lead quality and refined marketing spend to get the job done.
Search Engine Strategies NYC '09: Expert panel discusses the state of search -- and what marketers and consumers can do with it.
One fundamental mistake can cost you.
At online-auction site eBay, ProStores opens PowerReviews Express to its 40,000 small and midsized merchants.
The company data provider focuses on bringing more intelligent data to the midmarket.
Sensible suggestions for fostering real communication.
A recent report on sales performance optimization shows a gap between expectations and capabilities.
New applications allowing the electronic exchange of contact information—Web 2.0's answer to traditional cards, or not?
Mobile CRM has been around for years, but Apple's handheld device has upended everything. Now vendors are rewriting applications, companies are rethinking the BlackBerry's seeming stranglehold, and users are wondering what's next. The answer may be nothing less than a CRM revolution, and a chance for Apple to enter the enterprise.
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