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The on-demand sales compensation management vendor announces sales-driven analytics and more, along with a roadmap for diversified offerings.
Small and medium businesses are quick adopters of Web 2.0, fueled by cost and performance pressures, according to a new study from AMI.
The open source provider expands the number of databases it supports and adds e-commerce capabilities; it's part of the product's evolution, according to one analyst.
Beagle Research releases its third annual WizKid awards, which honors both big companies and niche players that have been frontrunners of innovation in the industry.
Genius.com comes out with a program for SalesGenius that aims at meshing the departments of marketing and sales; one analyst sees the value for companies with long sales cycles.
As big businesses enter phase 2 (and for some, phase 3) of their varying CRM initiatives, these tips will refine the advance.
Drawing a customer treatment blueprint will help businesses build their front and back strategies.
The $3.3 billion acquisition would be Oracle's largest since Siebel, and continues Oracle's focus on BI while undermining rivals; more BI acquisitions are to come, according to analysts.
Server management solutions provider DirectNet turns to Green Beacon to reduce the sales force's resistance to working together.
Salesforce Wealth Management Edition, slated to be available in Q3, caters to the financial advisor crowd; the on-demand vendor nabs Merrill Lynch, its biggest customer, with 25,000 seats.
With the release of its Marketing and Sales Effectiveness Suite, the company attempts to facilitate clear communication between marketing and sales.
Perhaps indicative of Verint Systems' intent to continue its pre-Witness initiatives, the company's latest performance management solution caters to the front office, back office, and enterprise departments.
Small and medium businesses have similar broad needs when it comes to IT and growth, but the specifics are not so close; considering them one group may be a mistake.
SaaS and open-source CRM offerings are replacing contact managers and spreadsheets as the systems of record for medium businesses.
The company updates and renames its flagship surveying product, focusing on workflow and usability enhancements.
The German software giant purchases the management software provider to make good on its promise to embed more analytics in its offerings; more acquisitions will follow, according to the CEO.
The company's SOA framework will fuse its own capabilities with those acquired from workforce management player IEX and performance management specialist Performix Technologies.
The business optimization vendor reveals signed plans to acquire behavioral targeting company Touch Clarity, and launches the Discover 2 customer analytics application.
The company releases enhancements to its e-commerce engine, with improvements that are tailored for a potentially untapped midmarket, according to one analyst.
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