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Customer Relationship Management Strategies Part Four: Strategies and Case Study
Creating specific CRM strategies means developing measurable goals and calculating your ROI to achieve them. These in addition to a technical framework, sales

compare traffic count  you've identified your goals, compare those numbers to the investment you've made in your CRM system. Create a return on investment (ROI) strategy that delivers the best return on your investment, and will provide more dividends in the future. Utilizing the analytical tools that your CRM applications provide is the key to understanding and defining a company CRM ROI. CRM analytics help companies to recognize consumer behavioral patterns and identify new opportunities in the marketplace. Mine your data to

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Software Functionality Revealed in Detail

We’ve opened the hood on every major category of enterprise software. Learn about thousands of features and functions, and how enterprise software really works.

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e-Business Service Provider Evaluation & Selection


This is a transcript of an audio conference on E-Business Service Provider Evaluation and Selection presented by TechnologyEvaluation.Com. The presentation used the TEC patented selection engine WebTESS to conduct a live real time evaluation and selection. It then reviewed the critical differentiating service provider criteria, as well as detailed comparisons of competing vendors within the various types of DBSPs.

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Application Giants in Duel and Duet for Users’ Hearts, Minds … and Wallets


While SAP and Microsoft are concurrently partnering for certain initiatives, they are still dueling about who is bigger, better, smarter, whose user screens are prettier and more user-friendly, and so on. But the major question is whether the market and users are ultimately going to be better for it.

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Analyzing Full-duplex Networks


Whether you’re monitoring networks for security threats, or capturing and decoding packets while troubleshooting, you need reliable ways to see the network traffic. Traffic levels on the given segment, coupled with the visibility level you require, will suggest the most economical solution. Of the three most common ways for analysis devices to capture network traffic, which is right for you?

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Software Evaluation, Selection, and Contract Negotiation


Most articles about the pitfalls of software implementation projects highlight the mistakes made during implementation. Examples include poor project management, scope creep, uncommitted users, or lack of an executive sponsor. All of these areas of focus are valid, but often we forget that before starting the implementation, somehow we had to choose a package and sign a contract.

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Growing Your Food & Beverage Business with Lawson M3


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Extending Network Visibility by Leveraging NetFlow and sFlow Technologies


NetFlow and sFlow are traffic reporting mechanisms that manufacturers have embedded into enterprise-level switches and routers. Until recently, analysis vendors have viewed these technologies as a competitive threat rather than an opportunity. But now that NetFlow and sFlow support are appearing in commercial analysis tools, IT administrators can better leverage this free visibility lying latent in their switches and routers.

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Optimizing Bandwidth: Why Size Doesn’t Always Matter


Network managers have to balance the need for increased speed of response and the best possible end user performance, and the need to reduce costs.

Traffic on the network expands to fill the available bandwidth, resulting in degraded performance across the most congested links. Network managers have to be able to show that a link is experiencing congestion for a significant amount of time due to legitimate business usage before they can add additional capacity. But approaches such as peak or average utilization and traffic totals provide limited insight into and understanding of network congestion.

To optimize the use of existing capacity and make the business case for more bandwidth, network managers need to ask themselves a number of questions. In this white paper, a new approach to getting needed information about network congestion is discussed. Principles to consider for effective capacity planning are discussed, as well as the limitations to traditional approaches to managing network capacity, and a solution called burst utilization is given, to measure performance and save network managers time.

A burst-style view shows the links spending the most amount of time in a congested state and the time in that state. Using this information, the network manager can explore why the link is busy and whether additional bandwidth is needed, and identify any links where capacity could be reduced. By using existing bandwidth more effectively, they may be able to improve the end user experience.

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Advertising Online - A Guide to Successful Market Penetration Part Three: Geo Targeting and Fraud Protection


The same type of technology used to identify and suppress certain types of traffic can also be used for good - geo targeting can supply geographically specific traffic to your site.

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Rating IFS EAM Software for Oil and Gas Industry


Simply visit TEC's EAM comparison reports to compare ifs EAM for oil and gas against two other EAM solutions of your choice.

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How to Keep Stock Balances Accurate


Distributors must ensure the quantity of products shown to be available in their software system agrees with what is physically in their warehouses. If it doesn’t, valuable time and money are lost as customers seek other suppliers, salespeople physically check stock, and buyers are forced to overstock. Learn the policies and procedures that can maximize your inventory management system to maintain accurate stock balances.

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