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The software-as-a-service pioneer promises general availability on mobile devices by the end of this year.
The cloud computing company brings its newly acquired data services piece in-house with Jigsaw for Salesforce CRM.
Magic Quadrant for Sales Force Automation '10: The top sector of the annual market assessment also includes Microsoft and two Oracle offerings.
Overtone's enhanced OpenMic product offers a hybrid text-analysis engine.
Top executives from SAP and its recent Sybase acquisition deliver a corporate roadmap.
Whether your strategy is operational excellence, product innovation, or customer intimacy, CRM is essential to achieve customer satisfaction. So how do you choose?
You don't want social CRM. You want integrated customer intelligence.
Magic Quadrant for CRM Multichannel Campaign Management '10: Microsoft and Portrait Software are in, Infor CRM Epiphany and Market2Lead are out.
An Accenture in-depth survey reveals that while customer service investments in the two industries may be up, consumers remain less than thrilled with their experiences.
Magic Quadrant for Externally Facing Social Software '10: The research firm's third social report says the EFSS market is "young but developing quickly." "Expect social CRM to split into several [markets] as the technologies mature," says one report author.
Maximizer Software offers one new and one enhanced CRM product for teams of fewer than 50 users.
Bazaarvoice releases a product geared toward helping businesses drive customers from social networks to brand Web sites.
The socially evolved ECM player expands its social media and productivity services, adding a no-cost microblogging tool to its offerings.
In what one industry analyst calls a "good move and a very good choice," IBM expands its content management and business workflow capabilities by purchasing data-capture vendor Datacap.
Why intelligence and productivity should drive development.
Join us in in congratulating the vendors leading the marketplace across 10 categories; eight Rising Stars making their presence felt; eight Influential Leaders inside and outside CRM; a long-overdue induction into the CRM Hall of Fame; and, best of all, four companies using CRM to connect with their customers.
CRM Evolution '10 — Day 3: Four executives, from four vendors of social media platforms, provide (at least) four answers.
CRM Evolution '10 — Day 2: ThinkJar founder Esteban Kolsky says the future of customer service will be service provided by customers.
CRM Evolution '10 — Day 2: Ovum research analyst Ian Jacobs envisions the future of location-based customer interactions.
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