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IT Investment Decision Making: Getting to
Many technology sales cycles get bogged down in the IT department. But while it is unlikely that a sale will get anywhere without IT management buy-in, IT

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Revionics Making Retail Merchandizing Optimization Social
In November 2012, Revionics, Inc., a cloud-based provider of merchandise optimization solutions, acquired SkuLoop, a provider of social commerce-driven

social investment decisions  advocates and fans. The Social Commerce tool aims to expand loyalty and drive measurable return on investment (ROI) across multi-channel retail operations. By infusing pre- and post-transactional social demand signals into Revionics’ proven science, optimization models should now have a more complete and granular view of shopper behavior, driving more accurate recommendations across the proverbial marketing “Four Ps” continuum—product, price, promotion, and place. With the acquisition of SkuLoop, Read More...
The Need for Investment in Enterprise Innovation: Part Two
Sopheon – Where Innovation Means Business (and Vice Versa)Last week I talked about enterprise innovation management (EIM)/innovation performance management

social investment decisions  via a number of social networking, idea gathering, and game mechanics capabilities that might be deeper than those of Sopheon’s AIL. Atizo , BrainBank , Brightidea , CogniStreamer , CorasWorks , Critflow , Crowdcity , Elguji Software , Hype Innovation , ideaPoint , Imaginatik , Induct , Innovation Factory , Innovation Cast , Inova Software , Jive Software , Kindling , Lithium , Motivation Factory , NewsGator , Spigit , and Wazoku are some of those specialist point solution providers. Traditional PLM Read More...
Social CRM: Customer Relationship Management in the Age of the Socially-empowered Customer
Most of your customers and prospects expect you to be involved in social media@and they’ll be more likely to do business with you if you are. So how do you

social investment decisions  relationship management (CRM) (Wikipedia) Social CRM: Customer Relationship Management in the Age of the Socially-Empowered Customer Customer relationship management (CRM) is also known as : Customer Intelligence , Customer Service , Consumer Relationship System , Business Intelligence , Enterprise Relationship Management , Employee Experience Management , Customer Experience , Consumer Relationship System , Customer Experience Management , Service System , Relationship Management , Customer Experience Read More...
The Lesser-Known (Social) Facts about Microsoft Dynamics CRM
With the continued success of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, one wonders how the company can continue to provide innovative products and dominate the CRM market? TEC

social investment decisions  on Microsoft’s vision for social CRM by Brad Wilson, general manager, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, can be found at the CRM Connections blog .   During my meeting, I asked a number of in-depth questions and what follows are the answers that were provided by David Pennington, director, CRM product marketing, Microsoft Dynamics.   General State of Affairs PJ : Since what release has there been the so-called “symmetry” between the online and on-premise versions? DP : We remain committed to sustaining the Read More...
Social CRM-¡Viva la Revolución!
Customer relationship management (CRM) has had a great impact on the social media revolution. Or was it the other way around? Of the many types of software

social investment decisions  great impact on the social media revolution. Or was it the other way around? Of the many types of software solutions catering to businesses, CRM software has been the most attuned to the rise of social platforms. CRM resides in the attitudes and perception of people and what they acquire, individually or as a group. Social media is the place where people pride themselves with what they can afford. The marriage between social media and CRM seems rather unnatural only in the sense that social media is Read More...
Social Networks: How They''re Turning CRM Upside Down
Social networking has collided with customer relationship management, and it s turning the relationship between businesses and their customers upside down

social investment decisions  Turning CRM Upside Down Social networking has collided with customer relationship management, and it s turning the relationship between businesses and their customers upside down. Today, businesses are using social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace or, as is the case with Procter & Gamble, developing their own social networks, to … Read More...
Improving Customer Engagement with Social CRM
In a previous post I discussed how the social revolution impacted customer relationship management (CRM) and underlined that while processes designed to derive

social investment decisions  Customer Engagement with Social CRM In a  previous pos t I discussed how the social revolution impacted customer relationship management (CRM) and underlined that while processes designed to derive value in CRM remain valid, they are far from being sufficient in the context of social CRM (SCRM). Yet most organizations need structure to conduct their activities. As far as CRM is concerned, the social aspect has brought to the surface what already existed but had been dodged by businesses, for a Read More...
Health Care and Social Work
One of the paradoxes of the health care and social work industry is that even though information and knowledge are essential for its success, practitioners are

social investment decisions  Care and Social Work One of the paradoxes of the health care and social work industry is that even though information and knowledge are essential for its success, practitioners are quite reluctant when it comes to using information technology and business software that can help them manage information. One of the reasons for this may be that older members of the medical profession may find using information technologies more challenging than younger doctors, nurses, or social workers. Also, decision Read More...
Market Focus Report: The Value of Mobile and Social for CRM
Nucleus Research surveyed 223 CRM decision makers to analyze the benefits of adding mobile device access and social capabilities to CRM. Respondents included

social investment decisions  Value of Mobile and Social for CRM Nucleus Research surveyed 223 CRM decision makers to analyze the benefits of adding mobile device access and social capabilities to CRM. Respondents included small, medium, and large enterprises using both on-demand and on-premise CRM applications. Results show that adding mobile access and social collaboration to CRM delivers significant benefits to organizations. See why you should consider mobile and social CRM adoption. Read More...
Social Media and the Future of Business
The buzz is that social media can be used to benefit business. So what are the social media platforms (SMPs) that are economically relevant to a business

social investment decisions  The buzz is that social media can be used to benefit business. So what are the social media platforms (SMPs) that are economically relevant to a business organization? How can they be used and leveraged? And why are they valued? This research paper answers these questions and more, concluding that a social media platform can be economically valuable to an organization only if it generates information that either improves the reliability of existing information or is new information. Learn more. Download Read More...
A More Social IBM (for Enterprises, at Least)
On November 8, 2010, IBM announced its Global Business Services initiative to help companies address their social networking initiatives and issues, and use

social investment decisions  More Social IBM (for Enterprises, at Least) On November 8, 2010,  IBM announced its Global Business Services initiative to help companies address their social networking initiatives and issues, and use social network technologies and strategies. An important part of this announcement was the unveiling of IBM Lotus Connections 3.0 , an application that provides tools for social networking and collaboration: forums, blogs, and social analytics, as well as other interesting tasks. This complete initiative Read More...
How Smart Retailers are Using Social Networking
Find out in From Sentiment to Insight: How Retailers Leverage Social Networking.

social investment decisions  Smart Retailers are Using Social Networking How Smart Retailers are Using Social Networking Retailers have always dreamed of finding out what their customers were really thinking, but never had a practical method—until now. Today''s social media networks contain key customer sentiment information like how customers feel about your stores, their shopping experience, and the products they intend to purchase. But how do you get to the information you''re looking for? Customer sentiment information is Read More...
Creating an Effective Social Recruiting Strategy—A Guide
This white paper explains how to best use social media (e.g., Facebook and LinkedIn) to reach highly qualified candidates and passive job seekers, build company

social investment decisions  an Effective Social Recruiting Strategy—A Guide This white paper explains how to best use social media (e.g., Facebook and LinkedIn) to reach highly qualified candidates and passive job seekers, build company brand recognition, and reduce sourcing costs to meet company objectives. Read More...

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