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The on-demand provider unveils a family of tools to address integration woes, though one industry pundit says integration issues are as much a state of mind as they are an IT dilemma.
SaaS and mobile options continue to grow while buyers can choose from best-of-breed or suite vendors, according to Gartner; SFA will grow more than 13 percent annually through 2010.
Sterling Commerce announces its acquisition of Comergent Technologies to marry Comergent's order capturing capabilities with Sterling's order fulfillment software.
The open source provider unveils a new service to allow its CRM applications to be supported by open source middleware stacks.
The company's latest content communication platform adds tighter integration with Salesforce.com and enhanced workflows, which one industry analyst says sales forces are looking for.
Leading CRM software vendors are looking to build out service oriented architecture to increase the flexibility of solutions, which will lead enterprises slowly but steadily to integrate SOA.
The company plans to improve its mobile computing capabilities and increase its enterprise customer base through the acquisition of Good Technology.
The latest version will have tighter integration with Office and Vista, and will be sold alongside Dynamics ERP.
Pitney Bowes Group 1 makes additions and upgrades to its data management offerings, built on a new platform; pressure in the market is quickly increasing, according to one analyst.
CIOs should prepare, be more proactive, and must place the people and processes before the technology if their company is part of an M&A.
New software designed for large, multiline lenders pulls together facets of mortgage, auto, and credit card lending into a single system.
The vendor makes available its newest upgrade to its Service suite, which features nine new applications catering to self-service, assisted service, and process automation.
The BPM software provider announces the launch of Hyperion System 9 Release 9.3, which focuses on data cleansing and integrity, as well as integration.
Larry Ellison talks about Oracle's history with grid computing and Linux, and drops a bombshell for server operators everywhere.
Marketers struggle with using Web-site clickstream behavior in email due in large part to lack of expertise, data overload, and integration issues.
AMD and Dell, pushing their integrations with Oracle, dominate the keynote sessions; the emphasis is on hardware making software work.
A private equity firm has entered into a merger agreement; the deal is the latest in a trend toward building a service life cycle management suite, according to one analyst.
A new survey of 5,000 Web developers finds that interest in new Web languages and technologies is growing, meaning higher levels of site performance for users.
IS provider Experian steps out of its credit checking focus to further develop multichannel marketing solutions and services with six new releases.
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