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Customer Behavior Analysis from Tealeaf Now in IBM’s Analytics Portfolio
We’ve barely had time to assimilate IBM’s acquisition of Vivisimo and now IBM has announced its intention to acquire Tealeaf Technology, a provider of customer

blue whip effect  being supported by Big Blue. Rebecca Ward, Chairman and CEO of Tealeaf, said: Tealeaf's patented technology can be deployed into a business’s current environment with no needed modifications so they begin capturing customer data and delivering optimal experiences immediately. Craig Hayman, General Manager of Industry Solutions at IBM, stated: With these new capabilities from Tealeaf, we can not only provide chief marketing officers and other marketing leaders the qualitative insights into how customers

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