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Wireless SFA solutions require access to data on a broader array of applications on larger platforms.
A new report makes the case for interactive help to drive the next wave of success and innovation in the financial services field.
The market for mobile applications hasn't reached mainstream adoption just yet, but is poised to hit the $9 billion mark by 2011; device makers, service providers, and software vendors all may contribute.
The on-demand provider releases an end-to-end mobile suite solution with several partners; it matches market demand, according to one industry analyst.
Virt2go wants to virtualize the sales force by offloading the heavy lifting to Web presentations; analysts think it might be part of the future of sales.
The communications infrastructure vendor and the on-demand CRM provider announce Unified CallConnector, strengthening the companies' partnership.
The latest Forrester Wave for sales force automation shows that Siebel still has what businesses want; a number of other vendors are challenging its primacy.
Shiny, clean data and solid lead qualification will help satisfy all by closing the nutritional sales-and-marketing info loop.
To help reverse the effects of its information malnutrition, a sales team must let its marketing department know what customer data is of value and what is not.
A network administration toolmaker turns to Soffront to tame some of its own wild technical difficulties.
Five reasons to do so.
The vendor is implementing vertical solutions after long shyness, but how far should they go and who is creating them? Plus, two questions for the CEO.
Even if a salesperson is successful selling to these blues, consider what the company sacrifices.
The Web remains an unexplored frontier for many small businesses, but realized value for small companies may soon drive a surge of online colonization, according to a report.
The software giant releases BlackBerry support for its CRM solution as the mobile market ripens -- but will it increase customers' appetites for Oracle Siebel Wireless?
Oracle and SAP are the big kahunas in the Forrester Wave for partner management, but there are numerous others to choose from among on-demand and specialty vendors.
Money is a prime motivator when it comes to compensating a sales force, but a new study finds that there are incentives--and barriers--other than Uncle Sam.
The on-demand specialist partners with two other vendors to deliver CRM tools for the pharmaceutical industry; the timing is right, according to one analyst.
The open-source CRM provider teams with iEnterprises to provide a client-based mobile CRM solution tailored for the BlackBerry platform; the tool set's the thing, according to one analyst.
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