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A Web-site testing firm targets landing pages as a key factor in conversion rates.
Sales compensation vendor Centive tries to make its Compel on-demand product as attractive for sales as for finance.
The emergence of the always-on, always-connected consumer calls for companies to rethink their CRM strategies, says destinationCRM2007 speaker.
Companies, customers, and industry visionaries were honored this week at destinationCRM2007 for successes in the CRM marketplace over the last year.
New Sage offering provides productivity and business intelligence improvements; one industry analyst suggests the new version closes the gap between contact management and SFA.
Webcast provider responds to the explosion in video communications with something sales and marketing teams can use.
The Japanese-based vendor's purchase of Sphere Communications is a move to bolster its unified communications portfolio, according to one industry pundit.
A recent forecast predicts software-as-a-service will be the dominant source of the market's revenue growth.
As their needs grow more complex, SMBs are turning to a wider array of information in order to make educated product and technology choices.
The reporting-and-analytics company offers streamlined BI for sales and marketing scenarios.
Oracle reverts to the Siebel moniker for the newest version of its CRM On Demand product, which features several usability, customization, and integration enhancements.
The Asian market for on-demand software nearly doubled last year as awareness and adoption rates boomed; new report says satisfaction is high for CRM and other applications.
Canada-based CRM vendor The Long Reach Corp. launches the first major revision of its flagship Info At Hand product.
A recent study says growth in mergers and acquisitions are driven by industry's demand for scale; CRM component of outsourcing is small but "growing rapidly."
Despite the development of CRM best practices, many businesses are still struggling to properly measure the success of their implementations.
With its Summer '07 release, the on-demand specialist expands from on-demand applications to on-demand platforms.
The customer management applications market rose 8 percent in 2006, as it did in 2005; SAP and Oracle continue to lead, but their revenue figures don't tell the full tale.
The on-demand CRM vendor announces full in-browser capabilities for use on the wildly popular new Apple device; CRM on the hip could make Apple the next big mobile business tool.
Executives, including CEO Ballmer, outline a flurry of product announcements to support the corporate line: "software plus services."
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