Articles: Professional Services
A $23 million dollar deal joins the two technology and market research firms.
In a growing trend across all verticals, the latest Yankee Group study finds 50 percent of service providers cannot explain what the customer experience should be.
What can we learn from how candidates are using SMS messaging?
As the show wraps up in Houston, a roundup of some announcements from the vendor's weeklong Worldwide Partner Conference.
Gartner sees 23 percent growth in 2007, and also finds social networking becoming a disruptive force in the CRM industry.
Magic Quadrant '08: With calm but constant growth in the CRM service provider space, the largest firms still lead the way.
Forrester sees nearly six times more respondents in this year's survey, a sign that green initiatives are increasingly top-of-mind for technology departments.
New research shows that business intelligence tools have a higher adoption rate among small businesses than their medium-sized counterparts.
The popular on-demand CRM vendor puts its cash to good use in snatching up professional services automation developer OpenAir.
The hefty merger hopes to rival IBM, but provides little advancement in terms of CRM.
The leaders, the winners, and the honorees -- the best of the CRM service industry over the last 12 months.
Customer service outsourcing comes down to comfort; West retains the crown.
The vendor believes consulting on business processes, not solely on software implementation, is the key to unlocking a valuable customer experience.
On-demand CRM remains an ongoing challenge, but social networking promises to be the real wild card.
The quiet software firm expands its professional services aimed at SMBs.
Employees gone, lawsuit still unresolved, but despite SAP and TomorrowNow's predicament, third party maintenance seems to be on the rise.
Think you can translate your brand for the savvy Chinese shopper?
New Gartner research details the strong growth and strengths of India-based service providers, and their inevitable arrival among the global top 10.
Only 4 percent of CRM systems are very successful; the software-as-a-service market almost doubles across most of the Asia-Pacific region; and other numerical news from the month online.
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