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SAS Global Forum '08: At its annual users conference, SAS unveils a new acquisition, once code-named "Apollo."
Helping marketers with customer identity management.
According to statistics from a newly published study, organizations are realizing that "customer satisfaction" means far more than just "happy customers."
Microsoft Convergence 2008: CEO and President Steve Ballmer outlines his company's approach to business applications, expands a partnership, and drops some hints about strategy.
The Web-analytics vendor introduces a new video-measurement function and a renewed focus on user-friendliness.
AIIM '08: With enterprise content management on the rise, users demand to have what's easy.
An easy-to-use business intelligence project sparks innovative reporting without additional personnel.
Business Problem: Companies need to integrate disparate information.
The broker of financial-information services launches a set of data-access and -intelligence tools.
As if companies weren't already drowning in data, technology has opened up a whole new can of worms -- unstructured data.
A platform divided cannot stand -- at least not for long -- prompting vendors to strive for the Holy Grail of marketing integration.
In spite of on-demand's increasing popularity, on-premise solutions are still high in demand.
In response to customer demand, Autonomy etalk's Intelligent Contact Center solutions suite introduces Qfiniti Web Access, turning any Internet-connected computer into a customer-service station.
In the research firm's annual look at the consolidation-ridden corporate performance management space, Oracle's Hyperion acquisition was the only one that made the cut -- literally.
Former pure-play business process management (BPM) providers lead the market, now that they've grown into full-suite offerings.
New research shows about two-thirds of businesses are using the latest tools, but there are questions over the extent of penetration.
Magic Quadrant '08: The research firm's assessment of the business intelligence sector shows the two vendors joining SAS Institute, Oracle, Cognos, and Business Objects in the top segment.
Is on-demand marketing the way of the future?
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