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All three of the EPM for Industries solutions will be available in the fourth quarter of 2003.
Any CRM initiative is only as good as the people involved, and PeopleSoft is aiming to help companies hire the right people for the job with its new Recruitment Solutions 8.9.
Don't miss opportunities to use CRM to enhance the bottom line.
According to Forrester Research's Paul Hamerman, although Oracle had a late start out of the gate--falling behind Microsoft, Siebel Systems, PeopleSoft, and others with CRM mid-market initiatives--there is still plenty of room for Oracle.
Companies that ignore the culture change required for any CRM initiative to succeed do so at their peril. Here's how culture relationship management facilitates CRM.
Siebel announces the expansion if its strategic alliance with BEA Systems in the hope of strengthening its commitment to providing an easier integration environment for users of Siebel 7.
PRM scored the highest for sales deployments, with 66 percent of sales respondents saying they had received demonstrable ROI.
Big players falter, while smaller firms flourish.
Siebel Systems posted an earnings drop of 92 percent and a revenue skid of more than 30 percent for the first quarter ended March 31. However, the dismal numbers were in line with what analysts and the company expected for the period.
Based on the Gartner eService Suite Magic Quadrant, a methodology that measures both a company's completeness of vision and its ability to execute that vision, Siebel remains the lone leader in the this arena, while RightNow has emerged as the lone challenger.
Aberdeen Group polled more than 325 customers of Siebel to gauge how effective they deem their CRM implementations.
SAP AG today announced a mixed bag of financial results for the first quarter of 2003, ended March 31. Revenue was down, but earnings were up in the quarter.
After acquiring Baan in August 2000, Invensys is looking to sell the much stronger business unit.
PeopleSoft, best known for its enterprise business software, is aggressively courting companies squarely in the mid-market with today's announcement of 13 new products aimed at businesses with annual revenue between $50 million and $500 million.
Over the next two years companies will shift away from smaller tactical CRM implementations to larger suite implementations, market research firm Meta Group claims in a recently released study.
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