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The company introduces a new suite of BI tools for companies of all sizes, and in the process, looks to compete against SAP and Microsoft.
A new IDC study predicts a focus on partnering, a movement toward on-demand, and an overall increase in software as a service availability.
Gartner finds that saving money is still the number one driver of outsourcing, but warns not to let financial savings be the sole motivator.
The latest Gartner MRM ranking hails the company as the industry leader, but visionary competitors are on their way.
The on-demand worthy delivers its first-ever vertical product, based on its own internal processes and targeted at software developers.
Enterprise applications face lukewarm adoption, even when they've been customized, according to a Butler Group report.
Proper analysis provides continuing ROI without the need for additional investment; an analyst at the Gartner BI summit lays out the basics.
Gartner analysts predict more business intelligence usage throughout enterprises, with increasing focus on seamless deployment into strategy and business processes.
The companies expand their SOA partnership to jointly develop and market analytics tools and consulting services.
The on-demand giant's new Unlimited Edition includes increased support, storage, and development objects to put entire companies on the platform.
The middleware provider expands its SOA offerings by acquiring a BPM software company; expect a stronger service focus and access to new verticals.
It's ironic, but despite technical skill the SI community is not performing well enough for client recommendations, according to a new survey.
Retailers are in transition as they balance customer experience in the store and on the Web.
So-called CRM failures are as much a mindset as an organizational reality.
Many companies say their CRM system implementations are surpassing their initial time and budget expectations.
The business process and e-service vendor moves upmarket with .NET architecture, adding cross- and upsell capabilities to its engine.
The midmarket CRM player, recently acquired by Francisco Partners, unveils IP voice functionality that could extend its relationship with GoldMine shops.
Seamless operation and single databases lead the list of requirements for SMB success; on-demand products are the most popular in the segment.
New partnerships and predictions point to a period of rapid growth in wireless applications for sales, service, and marketing.
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