Articles: Financial Services/Banking
The CRM software market suffered its share of highly publicized financial nightmares this year, but simultaneously continued to grow for the second consecutive year.
Satisfied customers, soaring returns on investment, cool runnings of both back- and front-end office processes--meet the CRM-enabled companies that planned implementations the way they should be done.
Many companies are simply using surveys to impress the customer, and they rarely ever act on the data to drive change in CRM initiatives.
Two institutions detail their experience and rewards with CRM implementations at the destinationCRM 2006 conference.
Firms must struggle with compliance, fraud, and market saturation, while keeping improved customer experience top of mind.
Oracle releases version 9 of PeopleSoft Enterprise CRM, renewing its commitment to the brand and its customers.
Callidus helps a financial force straighten out its transactions.
Sales methodology and training specialist Select Selling has grabbed the former Siebel division to form a new sales effectiveness company.
Microsoft partner IBIS wades in to help a financial services company with unmanageable sales leads.
A credit union looks to incentive management to help cut back on all the paper.
The enterprise software giant keeps its commitment to deliver new PeopleSoft functionality, while continuing to keep its eye on SOA.
Payment calculators and software applications that help shoppers decide what type of loan is best for their needs are key to converting prospects to applicants.
Amdocs tailors a dynamic focus on banking solutions.
Some household-name banks and full-service brokerages struggle with customer advocacy, while credit unions and insurance firms connect with consumers.
SAPPHIRE '06: The company highlights its hybrid on-demand/on-premise CRM offering, while persistently promoting its enterprise services architecture strategy.
Teradata tells the Conference Board how significance, relevance, and timing help maximize customer relationships.
Magic Quadrant '06: This year's European CRM service provider quadrant reveals Accenture and IBM BCS as the strongest implementation partners.
On-demand or on-premise CRM?
IBM and Call Design help St. George Bank reap the benefits of a speech-user interface.
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