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Unwinding at a cafe in Palo Alto, Calif., after a long sales tour, Onyx CEO Brent Frei couldn't stop talking about his software's strong technical foundation. Three weeks later, Onyx unveiled today its Internet-based Enterprise CRM 4.0 suite, developed specifically to run on a Web services-enabled platform.
At its SAPPHIRE 02 conference, held at the Orange County Convention Center, SAP's top brass pushed their focus on CRM and addressed industry challenges including the threat of Microsoft Corp. entering the market.
Known as a dominant backbone enterprise resource planning (ERP) and high end customer relationship management (CRM) and supply chain management (SCM) competitor, SAP is now looking to divide and conquer the SMB space with a pair of offerings.
Building on its open architecture message of November, SAP is migrating a broad range of applications into a better defined three-tier offering, which technically covers any company with more than a couple dozen employees. "SAP has to be for every size business," says Hasso Plattner.
The United Kingdom leads the geographical pack with 29 percent of respondents saying they plan to implement a CRM solution. Spain was second with 33 percent, followed by Scandinavia with 40 percent, Italy 38 percent, France 29 percent, and Germany 16 percent.
ACCPAC eCRM 5.0 enables office and mobile users to have improved integration to back-office accounting functions through the eCRM interface. Reporting and analysis tools are 20 times faster than before, says Tom Crafton, vice president of eCRM for ACCPAC.
The Vancouver, British Columbia-based company unveiled CRM offerings tailored for investment banks, healthcare insurance firms and real estate-construction companies in the mid-enterprise space -- companies and business units with $100 million to $3 billion annual revenues.
Interact Commerce Corp., maker of CRM offering SalesLogix, said that Arbitrel Inc. has joined the SalesLogix Technology Partner Program.
Just one day after J.D.Edwards made available J.D.Edwards 5, the company breathed some more life into the CRM industry by posting better-than-expected quarterly results and forecasted strong software sales in the current quarter.
A free-for-all is brewing in Western Europe's small to medium-business (SMB) arena, according to report released today from London-based researcher Datamonitor. And as vendors converge on the opportunity there, consolidation is inevitable.
How GreenPoint's call center achieved a 300 percent ROI.
Buyout of Navision expands global presence.
Visual Elk seen as key to corralling remote salespeople
Seldom will shoppers fill up their carts and then leave them at the cash register, never to return. But this happens all the time on the Web. That's why CRM Metrix, a marketing software company, announced its Abandonment Tracker product today.
Rethinking CRM is the next step in the technology's evolution
SAS Institute has been pouring research dollars into building an analytical tool for the marketing community, in hopes of picking up sales in the hot CRM space.
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