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NetSuite Buys Bronto, Provides Retailers with CRM Software with Marketing Automation

NetSuite acquired Bronto Software and will now be able to complement its cloud-based customer relationship management (CRM) offering with marketing automation capabilities. In his article, TEC's P.J. Jakovljevic looks at how merchants can use the software to provide their customers with a unified buying experience across all digital channels. Read More

Epicor CRM Software for Retail a Popular Choice to Improve Customer Experience

With various packages of customer relationship management (CRM) software for retail available on the market, two retailers recently selected Epicor’s latest CRM software release, Epicor Retail CRM 7.0, with the goal of improving customer experience. Epicor’s CRM software for retail seems to be a popular choice. Read More

3 Mantras for Starting Your Software Selection Project on the Right Foot

Is your organization looking to buy software—now or at any time in the future? If so, how do you go about starting your software selection project? TEC's Denis Rousseau, who has extensive experience helping companies like yours with their software selection process, offers up three mantras to help your initiative get off to a good start. Read More

HP Plus Microsoft Dynamics ERP/CRM—Offering Better Digital-First Experiences

HP and Microsoft have tag-teamed to produce Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM solutions in the cloud for automotive, public sector, and financial services industries that aim to improve customer digital interactions. Read P.J.'s take on the partnership and the benefits customers can expect to gain. Read More

Kenesto Drive: Product Data Management and Collaboration Game-changer?

Kenesto, a software start-up providing secure desktop-to-cloud engineering file sharing and management, has announced Kenesto Drive for mainstream engineering companies. Kenesto Drive is designed to serve as a more astute alternative to the commonly used shared network drive solutions such as Dropbox, Box, Microsoft OneDrive, and Google Drive, offering tight integration to popular CAD systems but a lower price point than product data management (PDM) and lifecycle management (PDM) suites.  Read More

IFS Supports Companies’ Global Expansion—3 Real-World Cases

P.J. Jakovljevic looks at three recent IFS wins and how these companies decided to forgo going with more established ERP competitors in favour of IFS. Read More

Red Hat Adds New Resource Planner to Boost Business Process Management Efficiency

Red Hat has introduced a new business resource planner as part of the new releases of Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite and Red Hat JBoss BRMS. Red Hat is looking at some sophisticated applications for the planner. Read More

BT Selects HighJump WMS Software

BT Group, a large British telecommunications services provider, has selected HighJump’s flagship warehouse management system (WMS) software to support its global supply chain operations, across BT’s multiple lines of business and for selected external customers. Read More

La Cantina Doors Selects SYSPRO ERP Software

Southern California-based La Cantina Doors, a designer and manufacturer of folding, sliding, and swing door systems, recently selected the SYSPRO enterprise resource planning (ERP) software solution. The new ERP software platform is expected to sustain La Cantina’s rapid growth and commitment to outstanding customer service.  Read More

Centaur Media Switches to Unit4 Cloud ERP

Centaur Media Plc, a UK-based multi-platform content group, has selected to deploy Unit4 Business World (formerly Agresso ERP) across its operations, replacing an old Microsoft Dynamics SL accounting software instance. Read More
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