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As ERP end users demand greater functionality from their solutions, companies are having to weigh the difference between richer functionality and future integration woes.
The CRM fixture will use the technology obtained to deliver a new integrated bundle aimed at financial services advisory firms, including some of the larger enterprises.
There will be lots of potential for customer data quality apps; financial and product data also stand to benefit.
Many CRM vendors, including Microsoft with its own CRM offering, have tailored their solutions to mesh with the anticipated new operating system.
Telemarketers taking the ostrich approach to DNC compliance is a nonstarter for enterprises. Refresh marketing initiatives to ensure that the rules are followed and reach your target audience more effectively.
Simple, rewarding BI tools have been developed over the past three years, quietly accelerating marketers' ability to see and hear.
From mashups and analytics to melanges and intimacy, in the coming year CRM's evolving opposable thumbs will add dexterity to business processes.
How strength in numbers--in this case, the analytics of customer data--transforms sales teams into sales forces.
Nearly half of U.S. adults have concerns about shopping online and distrust email, causing problems for companies that interact with customers via the Internet.
The on-demand provider unveils a family of tools to address integration woes, though one industry pundit says integration issues are as much a state of mind as they are an IT dilemma.
CIOs who sit down and align their IT workforces will improve effectiveness and find that they can be proactive versus reactive in addressing business needs.
Sterling Commerce announces its acquisition of Comergent Technologies to marry Comergent's order capturing capabilities with Sterling's order fulfillment software.
Leading CRM software vendors are looking to build out service oriented architecture to increase the flexibility of solutions, which will lead enterprises slowly but steadily to integrate SOA.
The deal will help expand EDS's capabilities in the SAP CRM market and help provide stronger capabilities for enterprise-level customers installing or planning to install SAP applications.
The company plans to improve its mobile computing capabilities and increase its enterprise customer base through the acquisition of Good Technology.
Version 8 of the company's flagship product introduces new, prebuilt Accelerators that assist customers in overcoming common data challenges associated with making the transition to MDM and CDI.
The latest version will have tighter integration with Office and Vista, and will be sold alongside Dynamics ERP.
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