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Self-publishing company Author Solutions turns to Salesforce.com's platform-as-a-service to host its operations and expand its library of ideas.
Delivering quality customer service means making quality shots.
Readers tell us what they think of "social" technologies.
The end of on-demand business intelligence provider LucidEra, captured on the public tweetstream.
Author David Meerman Scott reveals the secret to having your idea spread everywhere.
SAPPHIRE '09: SAP executives stressed the emerging need for transparency among all enterprises. Did the message ring true?
Industry experts—including some LucidEra investors and competitors—speculate on the reasons behind the fall of an on-demand business intelligence pioneer, and LucidEra customers talk about how they'll cope with the loss.
Business intelligence software defined a certain stage of maturity with CRM data by making that data actionable. Now on-demand BI promises to do the same for on-demand CRM — by making it affordable.
Facing regulatory requirements, spiraling costs, and an aging (and ailing) customer base, the healthcare industry looks to CRM to balance a pair of age-old doctrines: First, do no harm—and physician, heal thyself.
Looking to enhance its business analytics capabilities, Big Blue adds the predictive analytics pioneer to its list of more than a hundred companies acquired in the past decade.
CRM player plans to integrate proactive service offerings and to focus on point solutions.
Growth in business intelligence software continues despite economic pressures.
For the first time, U.S. mobile carriers and the Mobile Marketing Association have collaborated to create a single standard for mobile SMS marketing.
Big or small, they can deliver real business value.
Software-as-a-service, analytics, and customer retention technologies help lead the way, according to a new Gartner report — and SAP retains the market-share crown.
"As people become more savvy with social media," says the managing partner of Anderson Analytics, "they pick up Twitter."
Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference '09: The tech giant hits two major milestones: a million members of its partner network and a million customers for Dynamics CRM.
According to new research from Pelorus Group, the market will jump from $268 million to $533 million by 2014.
The marketing automation provider brings social media monitoring onto its platform.
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