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CRM: Big is Not Always the Best
CRM: Big is Not Always the Best.Solutions and Other Documents to Characterize Your Buy, In Relation To CRM. Customer relationship management (CRM) solutions can range from simple contact managers (for a few hundred dollars) to multimillion-dollar enterprise applications that take years to implement. This is why over-buying a CRM system can be one of the most costly mistakes a company can make. But where should you start your research? And what steps should you take after that?

CRM TRENDS: is why over-buying a CRM system can be one of the most costly mistakes a company can make. But where should you start your research? And what steps should you take after that? CRM: Big is Not Always the Best style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Customer Relationship Management (CRM),   Decision Making,   Software Selection Related Industries:   Management,   Scientific,   and Technical Consulting Services,   Management of Companies and Enterprises Source:
6/25/2006 2:07:00 AM

Intel Server Trends
The Intel-based server market is one of the most hotly contested segments in the industry. What are the key trends in this market, and what will they mean to users, vendors, and the products themselves?

CRM TRENDS: Intel Server Trends Intel Server Trends R. Krause - May 9, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - May 9, 2000 Introduction: The product space being examined is Intel-based servers (still known as PC servers in some areas). In this note, we will examine how five key trends affect users, vendors, and the product(s). In the Intel-based server market, there are five trends of note: Market consolidation Consolidation of servers within a company Focused functionality, e.g., server appliances Movement toward
5/9/2000

Cutting the Risk from CRM Purchase and Deployment
Cutting the Risk from CRM Purchase and Deployment. Get Free Documentation for Cutting the Risk from CRM Purchase and Deployment. Customer relationship management (CRM) applications have evolved from risky eighteen-month IT projects into productivity tools that any size of business can deploy. Indeed, many mid-market companies have chosen to roll out a “hosted” solution, whereby the solution is accessed over the Internet. However, going through the selection process has become more cumbersome recently, with more options available than ever before.

CRM TRENDS: Cutting the Risk from CRM Purchase and Deployment Cutting the Risk from CRM Purchase and Deployment Source: Entellium Document Type: White Paper Description: Customer relationship management (CRM) applications have evolved from risky eighteen-month IT projects into productivity tools that any size of business can deploy. Indeed, many mid-market companies have chosen to roll out a “hosted” solution, whereby the solution is accessed over the Internet. However, going through the selection process has
1/16/2007 9:36:00 AM

Making the Leap to CRM
Making the Leap to CRM. Find Free Suggestion and Other Solutions to Define Your Systems Implementation In Relation To CRM Implementation Making the leap to customer relationship management (CRM) doesn’t have to be a difficult process. But many companies have difficulty knowing how to get their CRM initiative off to the right start. There is, however, a simple, step-by-step process which will help guide your CRM implementation project in the right direction, even if you’ve never implemented a CRM system before.

CRM TRENDS: Making the Leap to CRM Making the Leap to CRM Source: Oncontact Software Document Type: Checklist/Guide Description: Making the leap to customer relationship management (CRM) doesn’t have to be a difficult process. But many companies have difficulty knowing how to get their CRM initiative off to the right start. There is, however, a simple, step-by-step process which will help guide your CRM implementation project in the right direction, even if you’ve never implemented a CRM system before. Making the
7/26/2006 2:56:00 PM

Demand at the Fount of Open Source: A Primer Based in Demand Trends
As we witness the inexorable increase in demand for Free and open source software (FOSS), many organizations have yet to glean the FOSS fundamentals. This series highlights fundamentals for the enterprise as manifested in global customer demand trends.

CRM TRENDS: 136 Customer Relationship Management CRM 94 Product Lifecycle Management PLM 68 Supply Chain Management SCM 120 Enterprise Asset Management EAM 40 Total Products Analyzed 458 @2004 Copyright Technology Evaluation Centers Inc. Apparently enterprise software providers are putting some effort into supporting Linux as a server operating system. Relatively few vendors however, support the open source database platforms, MySQL and PostgreSQL. Perhaps these vendors need to pay more attention to user demand. In p
12/30/2005

Changing Trends in Regional Government Enterprise Solution Requirements
Download this report for in-depth analysis of the software priorities for regional and local governments, based on TEC software selection project data. Key issues include factors related to change, cloud computing, transparency and accountability, and collaboration and shared services. Also in this report: analysis of interviews with governmental clients of UNIT4, located in various areas of Western Europe and the US.

CRM TRENDS: Changing Trends in Regional Government Enterprise Solution Requirements Changing Trends in Regional Government Enterprise Solution Requirements Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Document Type: TEC Report Description: Download this report for in-depth analysis of the software priorities for regional and local governments, based on TEC software selection project data. Key issues include factors related to change, cloud computing, transparency and accountability, and collaboration and shared services.
11/15/2011 10:17:00 AM

Using CRM to Sell More
When considering a customer relationship management (CRM) solution, it’s critical to understand the needs of your sales team. All too often, CRM applications have too much depth and complexity—and as a result, they fall into disuse. Some features may actually increase the effort of your sales people to close a sale. However, you can implement a CRM implementation that fits the needs of your sales team. Find out how.

CRM TRENDS: Using CRM to Sell More Using CRM to Sell More Source: C2 CRM Document Type: White Paper Description: When considering a customer relationship management (CRM) solution, it’s critical to understand the needs of your sales team. All too often, CRM applications have too much depth and complexity—and as a result, they fall into disuse. Some features may actually increase the effort of your sales people to close a sale. However, you can implement a CRM implementation that fits the needs of your sales team.
9/13/2007 4:44:00 PM

PLM Trends Impacting the Retail, Footwear, and Apparel (RFA), and Consumer Products Industries
Expand your knowledge on how product lifecycle management (PLM) have an impact on the retail,footwear,and apparel and comsumner products industries. In today’s challenging economic environment, forward-thinking companies are looking at technology solutions that can help them weather the economic storm, and deliver long-term performance benefits. Discover four key trends that are relevant to today’s economic situation, and learn how leading retailers and brands are embracing product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions to enhance bottom-line efficiency.

CRM TRENDS: |  Customer Relationship Management (CRM) |  Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) |  Human Capital Management (HCM) |  Information Technology (IT) |  Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) |  Return on Investment (ROI) |  Software as a Service (SaaS) |  Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
3/18/2010 12:04:00 PM

A Semi–open Source Vendor Discusses Market Trends
A response to trends in the open source software market comes this time from relative newcomer provider xTuple. This vendor’s footprint isn’t entirely in the open source door, however, with OpenMFG, its commercially licensed solution with an open source infrastructure.

CRM TRENDS: forecasting, and multicurrency. The CRM module introduced the concept of accounts; the idea is that users can have various types of relationships with companies. Conversely, in many other systems, users are prohibited from having a vendor that is also customer. Thus, in OpenMFG, the C in CRM really ought to stand for corporate. An account can be a prospect (one that might become a customer), vendor, partner, competitor, or even a tax authority. Thus, users can have as many individual contacts and
10/10/2008

SAP Details CRM Plans
On November 9, SAP outlined its Customer Relationship Management plans in preparation for its product delivery next month. In December the company is expected to launch a telesales application and Internet portal that it hopes will lay the foundation for the full CRM suite rollout early next year.

CRM TRENDS: SAP Details CRM Plans SAP Details CRM Plans P.J. Jakovljevic - November 17, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary CRM will become our major driver for business revenue, SAP chairman Hasso Plattner said on November 9 at a briefing on SAP s front-office strategy. It is a heady statement for the company, whose forays into CRM over the past year have been troubled at best, with significant delays in application delivery. Yet the company has stated that it would be rolling out its crucial front-office components
11/17/1999

Year in Review: Top Enterprise Software News and Trends for 2011
With 2011 just about under wraps, we asked our experts to weigh in on this year’s trends and enterprise software news-makers. Read this article to get their takes on 2011's biggest stories in the enterprise software industry, the year's hottest trends, and more. Log in to read now.

CRM TRENDS: TEC ’s recently published CRM Buyer’s Guide describes this type of innovation in more detail.   Aleksey Osintsev, ERP Research Analyst There were four notable trends that came to this forefront this year: 1.  Software as a service (SaaS): User interest in SaaS rose steadily throughout 2011, and ERP vendors must rise to meet this challenge. Most vendors provide either a SaaS deployment option (primarily single-tenant) or at the very least a hosted version of the software. I expect this trend to
12/20/2011 10:57:00 AM


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