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Articles: Sales Automation
The popular software-as-a-service CRM company delivers its 25th release -- Spring '08 -- adding collaboration and content features amidst rumors of ownership-shopping.
Critical information is still bound up in cumbersome spreadsheets.
SugarCon '08: The open-source CRM provider gets a new batch of venture-cap cash, and announces a new mobile offering for BlackBerry and other smartphone users.
Research from one of CRM magazine's Influential Leaders shows that adoption of core ideas and approaches isn't where it should be.
Experts agree that the need for mobile technology support is out of proportion to smaller companies' level of adoption; even consumer solutions can help bridge the gap.
Industry heavyweight Ron Verni lands at a field service management company, with a mandate to create growth.
An upgrade to the company's suite of CRM and sales force automation software aims to extend the relationship between sales and technology.
Service optimization technology changes the dynamic.
Your sales force and your technology staff may not respect each other's turf, but you'd better broker a truce if you want your business to thrive.
Silicon Image's HDMI unit used Oracle iStore to handle a growing licensing business.
Riding the Web 2.0 wave, the Sage Software unit provides a place for users and experts to interact.
The $157 million deal unites a key online retailer and a marketing specialist, putting e-commerce and email marketing under one roof.
Big Blue snaps up AptSoft, a provider of software designed to help companies make real-time decisions.
A new survey by the Aberdeen Group reveals the benefits of -- and secret to -- bringing together the feuding departments.
But they have to earn it. Here's how.
The latest version of Selltis Sales gives the whole team access to the entire playbook.
IDC outlines best practices for an oft-overlooked selling job, and shows that it's more important than some realize.
A new ABI Research survey shows interest in using cell phones to make payments, but concerns about security and costs.
A new Aberdeen study reveals the strategic importance of automating sales compensation management, including planning.
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