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A recent spate of releases continues to expand the marketplace for mobile CRM, even as mobile stalwart BlackBerry suffers yet another nationwide service interruption.
Integrated technologies provide competitive advantage and faster time-to-revenue.
Looking at the network-technology vendors specializing in serving up the technology of others, Gartner gives glowing marks to just two out of 13.
With its Entrepreneur edition, Maximizer Software targets the sole proprietor -- and the midsize business that proprietor may become.
Loyalty Lab's newest release links email to myriad activities -- and makes messaging relevant for social networks.
New research shows about two-thirds of businesses are using the latest tools, but there are questions over the extent of penetration.
A new study concludes vendors must tap into the midmarket to prevent a potential stagnation in market growth.
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.
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.
The vendor believes consulting on business processes, not solely on software implementation, is the key to unlocking a valuable customer experience.
Research from one of CRM magazine's Influential Leaders shows that adoption of core ideas and approaches isn't where it should be.
The expanded partnership between eVergance and Jive Software underscores a growing need to provide tools enabling online consumer forums.
Industry heavyweight Ron Verni lands at a field service management company, with a mandate to create growth.
After repeatedly failing to come to terms on a friendly merger in 2006 and 2007, Microsoft's hostile advances for the No. 2 search company won't be spurned as easily this time. What does the proposed deal mean for CRM?
A new AMR survey reveals that "customer-driven issues" are now the main reason for budget increases.
Service optimization technology changes the dynamic.
With financial results in hand and Business ByDesign humming along, the vendor offers some thoughts on what's coming next.
A new integration between Talisma Corp. and ClickFox will bring analytics to bear on the customer experience.
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