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The BPM software provider announces the launch of Hyperion System 9 Release 9.3, which focuses on data cleansing and integrity, as well as integration.
The BI vendor announces QlikView for Communities, among other products, to allow a customer's partner community easier access to its analytic toolset.
Larry Ellison talks about Oracle's history with grid computing and Linux, and drops a bombshell for server operators everywhere.
The market will continue to grow, but new license revenues will drop as companies focus on product enhancements and getting value from prior investments.
AMD and Dell, pushing their integrations with Oracle, dominate the keynote sessions; the emphasis is on hardware making software work.
SaaS is touted as a budget saver for SMBs, but a new report reveals that on-premise versus on-demand costs must be viewed from several angles.
The company releases version 4.0 of its EFM solution, which, when tied to its other applications, provides the enterprise with EFM suite, according to one analyst.
ClientLogic and SITEL enter a merger agreement to form a massive organization spanning six continents; one analyst says the global footprint is "essential in today's space."
More players, more global deals, and decreased spending on outsourcing are changing the way companies like IBM, BCS, and EDS are packaging their services.
Oracle's release of PeopleSoft Enterprise Financial Management 9 underscores the call for compliance in the marketplace and motion on the Fusion road map.
Every person and company mentioned in this issue should be proud to have helped the industry experience its second consecutive year of growth since its post-Y2K malaise.
They say that timing makes champions. These eight winners in as many categories (plus up-and-comers in our One to Watch boxes) prove the adage as they join more than a score of industry leaders in a year of opportunity-making industry changes.
An IT network must-have.
Innovation and smart partnering--perhaps the keys that unlock doors to the CRM big league. These five companies excel at novel product concepts and some have made keen M&A moves this year. Both types of effort portend serious shots at the show.
The six powerful, visionary people hailed here have dominated the CRM industry in 2006 like no others. This year we add something historic--the first female Hall of Fame entrant.
The CRM software market suffered its share of highly publicized financial nightmares this year, but simultaneously continued to grow for the second consecutive year.
They say that timing makes champions. These eight winners in as many categories (plus up-and-comers in our One to Watch boxes) prove the adage as they join more than a score of industry leaders in a year of opportunity-making industry changes.
Research indicates that one quarter of all new business software will be delivered as SaaS by 2011; loyalty to the on-demand model is reaching enterprises as well as SMBs.
The company focuses on extending sales compensation management to partners to give incentive to salespeople to provide order management data.
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