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The latest release by SpringCM brings affordable alternatives to traditionally cumbersome and expensive content management systems.
Companies like Google and Netflix are using inducement prizes to encourage product innovation—and it's saving them money.
Research indicates that the use of social networks among small businesses will double over next 12 months.
SAP's business intelligence division strengthens its abilities in data warehousing and data exploration with its latest BI OnDemand release.
A new tagging feature aims to make reviews more easily accessible.
The vendor's new PBXtra Unified Agent solution fulfills the promise of unified communications, according to one analyst.
The company expands its online marketing platform with a new text-messaging solution.
Gartner points to the continued evolution of software-as-a-service implementations.
New in-the-cloud services and social feeds in Sugar 5.2 puts it on par with traditional CRM leaders, says one analyst.
Consumer Health World '08: Health 3.0 involves an alignment with the consumer Web, but as much as consumers are clamoring for personalization, adoption still lags.
The voice platform vendor helps itself to a portfolio of self-service applications.
A new Gartner survey indicates that nearly 90 percent of current or intended users of on-demand software expect to maintain or grow their SaaS footprint.
The CRM vendor's mobile solution is now available for Nokia phones and other smartphones running the Symbian operating system.
The Entellium saga continues as it files for bankruptcy protection, and competing vendors look to pick up the SMB solution provider's pieces.
According to research firm IDC, blame the current recession for the scaled-back spending forecast.
New research suggests that simply cutting product costs during the recession will ultimately backfire for companies.
A new report from Aberdeen suggests that the best time for marketers is when customers are communicating through their actions.
A look at the younger crowd's shifting Web preferences: Facebook still rules, LiveJournal and CNN are on the rise -- but PerezHilton.com and CollegeHumor.com fall off the list.
BumpTop, a computer desktop solution from Bump, Inc., uses Intridea CrowdSound to develop customer conversation.
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