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On-Premise vs. On-Demand CRM
When looking to acquire an initial customer relationship management (CRM) solution or replace an existing deployment, a host of considerations must be made, not

crm cons  Premise vs. On-Demand CRM When looking to acquire an initial customer relationship management (CRM) solution or replace an existing deployment, a host of considerations must be made, not the least of which is choosing between an on-demand or on-premise solution. Both the on-demand and on-premise models have pros and cons, as well as risks and rewards. Download this white paper and know what you need to consider before making a final decision. Read More...
CRM for Financial and Insurance Markets
Customer relationship management (CRM) focuses on the retention of customers by collecting data from all customer interactions with a company from all access points (by phone, mail, or Web, or&n...
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Onyx Software: CRM Vendor Battling For Viability
Onyx Software is one of the few direct competitors of Siebel Systems with a solid chance at long-term success in the CRM market. A strong customer focus and a

crm cons  Software: CRM Vendor Battling For Viability Onyx Software: CRM Vendor Battling For Viability L. Talarico - December 4, 2000 Vendor Genesis Onyx Software Corp. (NASDAQ: ONXS) is one of the larger CRM vendors focusing on such operational CRM (Customer Relationship Management) functions as sales force automation and call center management. Onyx was founded in 1994 by three Microsoft employees who had developed front office software used internally at Microsoft. The founders saw a demand for packaged Read More...
TEC’s Latest CRM Buyer’s Guide Highlights Game-changing Innovations
Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) has released its latest Customer Relationship Buyer’s Guide: Innovations in CRM. Produced by TEC research analysts, this

crm cons  the vital facts on CRM features and benefits buyer require to make good, informed decisions on CRM, the guide also lays out the pros and cons of each key area of innovation—and uses real-life examples to show how companies are using innovations in CRM to successfully attract and retain customers. As TEC CRM analyst Gabriel Gheorghiu points out: This is not your father’s CRM. There’s lots of new functionality that companies need to be aware of to stay competitive—and this guide covers it all. CRM Read More...
iScala
Epicor's iScala is an ERP system integrating ERP, CRM, and SCM software on a Web services platform to manage business in real time. Version 2.1 of

crm cons  ERP system integrating ERP, CRM, and SCM software on a Web services platform to manage business in real time. Version 2.1 of iScala is a single, new collaborative ERP platform that enables companies to automate and manage the business processes of their subsidiaries and divisions within a complete e-business infrastructure. The platform is flexible, and provides security and scalability. Read More...
Working with Smaller ERP Vendors: The Pros and the Cons
During briefings with small ERP vendors, I often hear the argument that they are more flexible and can better respond to their customers’ needs than larger

crm cons  their focus (e.g.: payroll, CRM, project management). This allows customers to deploy packages of compatible solutions. Lack of bureaucracy is certainly an advantage of smaller vendors, which may allow them to develop new functionality more rapidly—so long as they are well organized and employ qualified people. Negotiating with smaller vendors is markedly different from negotiating with software behemoths, and bartering is quite frequent (e.g., the vendor may offer to provide free customization to Read More...
Oracle CRM
Oracle CRM On Demand is the newest release of Oracle's software-as-a-service. This CRM solution provides Web 2.0 collaboration capabilties and other features

crm cons  CRM Oracle CRM On Demand is the newest release of Oracle's software-as-a-service. This CRM solution provides Web 2.0 collaboration capabilties and other features such as analytics capabilities, a built in contact center, sticky notes features, and a centralized message center, and custom applets. It also has widgets to embed other applications, including Google, MyYahoo, or Microsoft SharePoint. Read More...
Exactus CRM
EXACTUS CRM is comprised of integrated sales, marketing, and customer service modules. Its features include sales, marketing, and customer service

crm cons  CRM EXACTUS CRM is comprised of integrated sales, marketing, and customer service modules. Its features include sales, marketing, and customer service functionality, as well as potential customer and opportunity management, and marketing campaigns lists. It also offers complete customer history overviews, automated event management, and search functionality within a knowledge base. Read More...
Saleslogix CRM Best Practices Guide
Find out in the saleslogix CRM guidebook by nucleus research, a leading research analyst firm.

crm cons  CRM Best Practices Guide SalesLogix is a popular mid-market customer relationship management (CRM) solution that can grow your business by helping you acquire new customers and expand your existing accounts. Its relatively low cost and rapid deployment time means you can quickly enjoy the benefits of increased sales and profits. But how can you use SalesLogix CRM to your maximum advantage? And what are the best practices associated with it that you can pick up and profit from? Find out in the Sal Read More...
Social CRM is Dead, Long Live Social Media Flavored CRM
Customer relationship management (CRM) is not and cannot really be social, since social means “of, relating to, or occupied with matters affecting human welfare

crm cons  CRM is Dead, Long Live Social Media Flavored CRM Customer relationship management (CRM) is not and cannot really be social, since social means “ of, relating to, or occupied with matters affecting human welfare ” (definition taken from The Free Dictionary ). In my opinion, CRM does not really affect human welfare, since it brings advantages only to its users and to the customers of the companies using it. In this blog post, I will explain why CRM is not social and why social CRM (SCRM) is Read More...
2011 Customer Relationship Management Buyer's Guide: Innovations in CRM
Customer relationship management (CRM) has matured, and offers more choices than ever before. This buyer’s guide reviews the latest innovations in this software

crm cons  Buyer's Guide: Innovations in CRM Customer relationship management (CRM) has matured, and offers more choices than ever before. This buyer’s guide reviews the latest innovations in this software space, focusing on cloud, mobile, and social options, and includes a section on the range of customer-centric and process-oriented add-ons and applications available. The guide also includes valuable CRM resources, case studies, and a directory of CRM vendors. Read More...
Cutting the Risk from CRM Purchase and Deployment
Customer relationship management (CRM) applications have evolved from risky eighteen-month IT projects into productivity tools that any size of business can

crm cons  the Risk from CRM Purchase and Deployment Cutting the Risk from CRM Purchase and Deployment If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Intuit has completed the purchase of certain products from Entellium. Meet your CRM /Sales Force Automation needs with desktop and web applications developed by Intuit and trusted, third-party developers. Source : Entellium Resources Related to Risk from CRM Purchase and Deployment : Read More...
Making the Leap to CRM
Making the leap to customer relationship management (CRM) doesn’t have to be a difficult process. But many companies have difficulty knowing how to get their

crm cons  the Leap to CRM Making the Leap to CRM If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Oncontact Software has taken over 15 years of CRM experience and combined it with today's leading technology to develop a completely redesigned .NET solution Source :Oncontact Software Resources Related to Making the Leap to CRM : Customer Relationship Management (CRM) (Wikipedia) Making the Leap to CRM CRM Implementation is also known as : Read More...
CRM Buyers Guide
CRM, or Customer Relationship Management, is an essential tool in any modern business no matter its size. The primary purpose of CRM software is to manage all

crm cons  The primary purpose of CRM software is to manage all aspects of the relationship with existing and prospective customers. Get a quick start on your CRM purchase by researching the important issues and factors for your organization. This guide can help you find the right provider for your unique needs. Read More...
CRM for Financial and Insurance Markets
Customer relationship management (CRM) focuses on the retention of customers by collecting data from all customer interactions with a company from all access

crm cons  for Financial and Insurance Markets Customer relationship management (CRM) focuses on the retention of customers by collecting data from all customer interactions with a company from all access points (by phone, mail, or Web, or in the field). The company can then use this data for specific business purposes by taking a customer-centric rather than a product-centric approach. CRM applications are front-end tools designed to facilitate the capture, consolidation, analysis, and enterprise-wide Read More...

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