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Act-on offers a cloud-based marketing automation platform.@Act-On@s technology features a database for accelerated campaign implementation; an easy, intuitive

act  On Act-on offers a cloud-based marketing automation platform. Act-On's technology features a database for accelerated campaign implementation; an easy, intuitive user interface; and a comprehensive, feature-rich solution set. This includes an e-mail engine with one-click integration to Web conferencing and customer relationship management (CRM) solutions; tools for website visitor tracking, lead scoring, lead nurturing, and social media prospecting; and design tools for Web forms, landing pages, and

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The Sunshine Act: Compliance in Expense Reporting


The Sunshine Act has prompted life science companies to look at alternatives to their expense reporting processes. The output to HHS is required to be electronic, searchable, and easily downloaded. A solution that supports these requirements from the initial input step of the process provides proactive control and management of the data—and of the direct marketing process as a whole.

act  Expense Reporting The Sunshine Act has prompted life science companies to look at alternatives to their expense reporting processes. The output to HHS is required to be electronic, searchable, and easily downloaded. A solution that supports these requirements from the initial input step of the process provides proactive control and management of the data—and of the direct marketing process as a whole. Read More

Sage to Sell Sage ACT! and Sage SalesLogix


Sage has entered into an agreement with the email marketing provider Swiftpage to sell two of its CRM solutions, Sage ACT! and Sage SalesLogix. The sale represents one of the actions that Sage has taken as part of its strategy to concentrate on its highly profitable maintenance and development products. Sage chief executive Guy Berruyer explains: "The sale of these non-core products

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Important Sarbanes-Oxley Act Mandates and What They Mean for Supply Chain Management


Two sections of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) have major implications for supply chain management. Yet enterprises can meet the challenges created by SOX more easily by using software tools developed to simplify the processes for compliance with this law.

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Using Business Intelligence Infrastructure to Ensure Compliancy with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act


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Freeing Six Sigma from the “Data Shuffle”


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Maximizing the Value of Economic Stimulus Funds: Transparency and Accountability in Government Agencies


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