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The SAS Global forum commences in Orlando with the promise to put power into the hands of customers; BI platforms are another must.
The two companies partner to deliver a set of tools for rich Internet application creation; the combination will flesh out the offerings on AppExchange.
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?
Salesforce.com announces the release of a slew of new Web 2.0-based document management solutions, taking them out of the realm of strictly CRM and popping the lid of possible future product releases.
The deal may help Software AG's position in the SOA/BPM landscape, while moving it closer to its aim of being a billion-euro company.
VoIP solutions vendor IPcelerate announces a tetrad of voice solutions for the healthcare, legal, retail, and manufacturing verticals, aimed at giving SMBs integrated functionality.
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.
Despite what reporting vendors might want enterprises to believe, spreadsheets are here to stay--the key for coping is to understand and manage them.
The vendor unveils the first of a series of point solutions designed to provide organizations with a point of entry into MDM initiatives, according to an industry analyst; version 3 of its flagship product arrives.
NICE Systems releases a new IP video security offering and a video management upgrade; the moves show a growing interest in network video.
SMBs worldwide are facing numerous obstacles to growth as an unstable global economy and limited resources make the smaller companies scramble for funding.
The company expands its long-promoted speech recognition portfolio as it looks to build new voice-enabled customer service software and add speech to its Live Search engine.
Weaving speech-enabled apps into enterprise processes represents a transcendence of the contact center that will create more growth opportunities.
Too many measurements, however, or too few mean failed CRM, according to an industry analyst at this year's BI Summit.
At day two of Convergence Microsoft deepens Dynamics' vertical investments by announcing an acquisition and a new ISV certification program to deliver industry-relevant software to customers.
The company debuts SharePoint Server 2007 along with other announcements as it begins to focus on molding the Dynamics product line into a fully integrated suite solution.
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.
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