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Software as a Service for Customer Relationship Management and Sales
Major vendors are noting the growing demand for software as a service. However, smaller providers are forging new ground by offering services for inventory and

customer service office  followed by additional on-demand customer relationship management (CRM) offerings, including marketing and service products, intended for release in 2006 in quarterly waves. The SAP Sales on-demand solution is offered to customers on a $75 (USD) per user, per month pricing program based on pre-defined scope. The solution is available globally, with initial language options in English and German. Additional language-specific versions, including French, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, and Chinese versions, Read More...
Case Study: VAI Improves Customer Service with Business Portal
Vormittag Associates, Inc. (VAI) provides enterprise resource planning software and associated services to clients in the manufacturing, wholesale, and retail

customer service office  Study: VAI Improves Customer Service with Business Portal Case Study: VAI Improves Customer Service with Business Portal If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. VAI is an award winning software developer and an IBM Premier Business Partner. Founded in 1978, VAI is headquartered in Long Island, New York, with branch offices in Florida, California and Illinois. In conjunction with IBM, the company designs customer driven Read More...
Integrating Customer Relationship Management through Software As A Service
The customer relationship management (CRM) market is changing. Over half the market is served by small vendors. Fully integrated business suites like NetSuite

customer service office  the Comparing On Demand Customer Relationship Management Service Alternatives series. So, despite Oracle''s CRM buying spree (including its acquisition of PeopleSoft and its planned acquisition of Siebel), when all is said and done, the combined CRM market share controlled by Oracle in 2004 will be a mere 21 percent, while SAP controls approximately 17 percent of the market. In other words, 62 percent of the total CRM market is being served, not by the on-premise, full-suite CRM big three (soon to be Read More...
Comparing On Demand Customer Relationship Management Service Alternatives
Customer relationship management (CRM) functionality can fall into four categories: core functionality; non-core functionality; vertical, industry-specific

customer service office  and opportunity management 4 Customer service 5 Document management 6 Workflow automation 7 Desktop tools 8 Reporting, analytics, and dashboards 9 Administration and setup 10 Internationalization 11 Customization 12 Integration Core CRM Area Definitions CRM interface . This is the overall user interface, including home, pages, tabs, menus, dashboards, etc., as well as all the factors that affect the usability of the system. Account management . The area of a CRM solution where all of the information Read More...
Software as a Service beyond Customer Relationship Management and Sales
Applications are more often outsourced than infrastructure, and this is increasingly done through software as a service (SaaS). Vendors such as WebEx, Webcom

customer service office  Financial, tax, procurement, and customer service management have also followed suit. Companies are choosing to promote SaaS-based strategic sourcing and procurement applications ahead of well-publicized CRM deployments for a number of reasons, including, globalization, Web-based collaboration, manufacturing outsourcing in far-flung regions, and distributed order management (DOM). Quiet SaaS Leaders Given this focus on information and collaboration, WebEx may very well be a leader in SaaS. Many of us Read More...
5 Key Steps to Make Field Service Profitable
Is field service seen as a cost center at your business? Providing field service can be a complex process, but that does not have to mean it’s unprofitable

customer service office  to not only delight customers, but also increase revenue. Here are 5 easy steps to get your field service organization in the black this year. Accomplish all five and get your field techs, customers, and balance sheet in your favor. Read More...
Service Delivery Innovation: Creating Client Value and Enhancing Profitability
The rules for success in today’s fiercely competitive market are constantly changing. Through service delivery innovation, a company can differentiate itself

customer service office  Networks: Leading Your Company, Customers, and Partners in the Hyper-Connected Economy. Matthew Horenkamp, Industry Principal, Professional Services, SAP America Inc., has over 12 years of experience in software, consulting, and high-tech organizations. During this time, he has defined and delivered value-added business solutions for consult ing, IT services, outsourcing, legal, and staffing firms. Mr. Horenkamp holds an MBA from Georgetown University and a BA in international business from Gettysburg Read More...
DSL Ltd. Selects IFS for Service Management
DSL Ltd., a Canadian commercial food service and restaurant equipment distributor and service provider has chosen IFS Field Service Management and IFS Mobile

customer service office  reducing expenses, and optimize customer equipment maintenance.   IFS’ solutions will replace an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system that provided work order management and a custom BlackBerry-based mobile application. DSL staff will now be accessing the following IFS capabilities on Android smartphones instead: contact center, inventory and logistics, repair center, dynamic scheduling and optimized dispatch, contract and warranties, and a collaborative portal.   Headquartered in Alberta, Read More...
3 Tips for Integrating Field Service Management Software with ERP
Field service management software often needs to be integrated with other enterprise software. Learn the three essential tips for integrating your service

customer service office  Tips for Integrating Field Service Management Software with ERP Field service management software often needs to be integrated with other enterprise software. Learn the three essential tips for integrating your service management system with enterprise resource planning (ERP) software and other operational systems, data warehouses, or data sources. Read More...
The Evolution of IT as a Service
Most IT service providers have always and continue to operate in a break/fix service environment. When a customer calls with an issue, the service provider

customer service office  service environment. When a customer calls with an issue, the service provider drops everything to fix it. Under these circumstances, service providers have a difficult time forecasting monthly revenues and staffing needs, which has a huge impact on profitability. Add to this the intense competition, excessive customer turnover, low technician utilization rates, and shrinking margins that characterize today‟s market, and the result is IT service providers anxious to find a new way of delivering their Read More...
Optimizing ITIL with SRM Service Resolution Management for the Next-generation Service Desk
IT organizations today are faced with the constant pressure of reducing costs at the service desk, while at the same time ensuring optimal customer service. To

customer service office  same time ensuring optimal customer service. To accelerate their IT infrastructure library (ITIL) initiatives, many are implementing service resolution management (SRM) systems. With the addition of SRM, these organizations can address the core issues required to operate an efficient and strategic service desk. Read More...
The State of Service Management
This document describes the current state of the service enterprise, and reveals the goals and investments prioritized by service leaders (over 200 polled in a

customer service office  State of Service Management This document describes the current state of the service enterprise, and reveals the goals and investments prioritized by service leaders (over 200 polled in a recent survey) for 2012. It also reveals the performance benchmarks of leading service organizations, and divulges the strategic elements that contribute to best-in-class performance. Read More...
Enterprises May Be Overlooking Profits from After-sales Service
If service parts and service personnel management are well managed, manufacturers can significantly improve their profits from service operations. This will

customer service office  Based on historical data, customer service departments make a projection for need of service parts for any future time period. Based on this forecast (coupled with lead times, order costs, inventory costs, and other cost factors), service departments decide how much inventory they should be keeping with respect to different service parts. Since there is no firm demand as such, and since supply is totally dependent on this forecast, exact matches of supply with demand is very elusive. Potential for Read More...
A Green Guide to Streamlining Field Service Operations: Saving Money . . . and the Planet
With three primary “green” benefits to implementing cutting-edge field service technology solutions, every company—across any industry—can justify the effort

customer service office  Green Guide to Streamlining Field Service Operations: Saving Money . . . and the Planet With three primary “green” benefits to implementing cutting-edge field service technology solutions, every company—across any industry—can justify the effort based on the specific priorities that speak to it. In this analysis, we will review each of these benefits, outlining the range of advantages and concrete ROI. Regardless of a company’s priorities, this multi-layer list of benefits makes the decision a Read More...
Software as a Service Is Gaining Ground
Software as a service is the latest incarnation of the hosting model. The demand for cost efficiency, information technology flexibility, and faster return on

customer service office  business value that the customer or user derives from the use of the software service. Hosted applications can be purchased on a rental basis. This means that instead of buying a software license, customers pay a subscription price per user per month (or year), or per number of transactions in certain software categories. ASPs that have reinvented themselves as SaaS providers have done so by first focusing on one or two core areas, such as sales force automation (SFA), e-mail management, e-commerce stor Read More...

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