Articles: Government
CRM the Mongol way, and we ain't talkin' pencils.
There will be a consolidation of 'redundant' IT systems by the OMB; ERP providers should tailor their solutions to meet the demands of the federal government.
Government, financial services, and manufacturing head up IBM's Global Business Security Index, a trend barometer of increased criminal intent in attacks.
Privacy laws have forced sales callers and outbound marketers to clean up their act and given them a chance to polish their image.
"Outsourcing has more to do with linguistics or the language than it has to do with the trade regulations."
Major phone companies are offering VoIP providers with 911 services, but tracking and routing issues remain.
The NCI's cancer information portal leads this quarter's ACSI survey.
Marketing to this booming demographic takes more than just translating English into Spanish.
Lawmakers are taking aim at companies that use offshore call centers.
A new Web-based technology allows for paperless tracking of citations and other government services.
Uncle Sam helps to drive the outsourcing market for smaller companies.
The country's tourism bureau shifts from mass marketing to tailored campaigns to help drive tourists to the area.
A New York State county plans to use mySAP CRM for first responders.
The Federal Communications Commission says certain IP-based services are not subject to state regulation.
Miami-Dade relies on its IP call center to help get voters to the polls.
The HEAT and GoldMine provider also announced additional products.
Marines are gung-ho about Oracle; Convergys signs multiyear contract with Wachovia; Quaero has new clients; and more.
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