Infor Introduces Inforce Marketing at Dreamforce 2012
Written By: Raluca Druta
Published On: September 18 2012
Today, at Dreamforce, Infor announced the launch of Inforce Marketing, a marketing automation system developed on the Salesforce Platform. Some of the new functionality includes an improved visibility over leads, costs, results, and revenues; multi-channel support for campaigns that can include e-mail, direct mail, social media, and telemarketing; lead validation and assessment; and reporting and
Selling Smarter with CRM
CRM is no longer a fancy, expensive tool for large enterprises looking to make their telemarketing efforts more effective. Rather, it’s an essential element of a successful, integrated sales strategy. Whether a company relies on inbound or outbound marketing, referrals and word of mouth, or some hybrid strategy for attracting customers and generating sales, the right CRM application can make the difference between profit and loss, or success and failure in any market. This paper examines several such tools and how they can be effectively used with multiple business models and businesses of any size.
Transportation & shipping management system
Transportation and third-party logistics providers have become embedded in the new economy of the last decade. As a result, unprecedented industry growth and consolidation has driven 3PL providers to find even more efficient and effective processes for running the enterprise, while at the same time managing an explosion in the proliferation of services delivered to customers.
In recent years, many businesses have been built that rely completely on 3PLs to manage a significant portion of their business processes. With this strategy, companies eliminate major infrastructure investment, gain access to world-class processes, improve their agility in reacting to a dynamic marketplace, share risks with a strategic partner, and reduce operating costs.
To match these new market realities, 3PLs often provide services beyond the traditional – multi-modal transportation (air, land, and sea), warehouse management services, vendor-managed inventory, and labor services. Newer services include pick and pack, inspection, kitting, packaging, labeling, product returns and reverse distribution, packaging and re-packaging, salvage and scrap disposal, and even customer service and telemarketing.
Ramco 3PL and Transportation solution is designed to address the expanding array of services offered by these companies. Based on Ramco VirtualWorks, Ramco 3PL and Transportation provides companies with the flexibility they need to rapidly respond to evolving corporate imperatives, regulatory changes, and market conditions. Rather than re-deploy enterprise systems as the company reacts to these changes, the underlying platform can leverage business process models to quickly compose new business assets for true “change on demand.”
Ramco 3PL and Transportation is comprised of:
Human Capital Management
PeopleSoft Annuncio-es Continuation Of Its Shopping Spree
Written By: Predrag Jakovljevic
Published On: January 25 2002
While PeopleSoft has added yet another bit of weight to its applications portfolio with the acquisition of Annuncio, potentially earning thereby the ability to manage marketing campaigns and track individual customer's interactions across online and off-line channels, one is to wait and see how quickly and easily the company will assimilate a number of smaller products it has recently bought.
Software Selection Processes-Accelerating Vendor Identification
Written By: Jeff Gusdorf
Published On: January 2 2008
Software selection is complex and time-consuming. Taking shortcuts or skipping steps in the process increases the risk of making the wrong choice. But attending a virtual trade show can accelerate the selection process, increase vendor interaction, and reduce this risk.
Creating a Business from a Project
Written By: S. Ketharaman
Published On: September 14 2006
Many software services companies are not able to turn their individual project successes into a line of business that brings in additional revenue streams. At the root of this is the simplistic assumption that "if you build, they will come."