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Big Blue acquires Web analytics firm Coremetrics for an undisclosed sum, hoping to leverage software-as-a-service and social networks.
Unified and actionable search is now possible across all of Zoho's 24 applications.
The new GoMo Wallet aims to put commerce and transaction functionality in the hands of mobile carriers.
Internet Week NY '10: At an Advertising Research Foundation panel, executives from General Mills, Harris Interactive, and Porter Novelli reveal how brands should use Twitter, Facebook, and other social media.
Internet Week NY '10 / Conversational Marketing Summit '10: Speakers from Twitter, Google, Moxie Interactive, and Starbucks reveal new ways to connect with customers.
Info-Tech Research Group evaluates the incumbent players and outlines opportunities surrounding the convergence of CRM and social media.
Transform CRM to recognize the power of self-organizing groups.
Cows browse. People communicate.
Making conversations the center of innovation and business strategy.
First Call Resolution, Handle Time Optimization, and Call Volume Reduction enable contact centers to make better use of Utopy's speech analytics platform.
Tips for eavesdropping on social media conversations.
A Forrester Research analyst reveals how Web analytics can produce better customer intelligence.
United with CRM offerings, the telephony-as-a-service company helps spread speech technology throughout the enterprise.
Sage Insights '10: Company executives convey Sage's commitment to customer experience and to uniting the brand's business solutions.
It's a matter of technology and numbers.
SapphireNow '10: SAP's co-CEOs deliver back-to-back keynote addresses celebrating not only their first 100 days at the helm, but also the general availability of on-demand offering Business ByDesign 2.5 — two months from now.
SapphireNow '10: SAP executives explain the recent Sybase acquisition and set a date for the general availability of on-demand software Business ByDesign 2.5.
Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence '10: Smaller vendors gain traction, but 75 percent of the market remains controlled by the top five vendors, with Oracle on top yet again.
The German software giant says it will now be able to offer enterprise software and next-generation business intelligence on mobile devices.
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