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Achieving Growth: New Accounts versus Up-selling to Existing Accounts
A recent survey of chief executive officers has found that growth is again the number one priority, overtaking cost-cutting as their previous top concern. Can

cross selling banking products  accounts to up- and cross-sales, software support and services, a larger customer base, and the economies of scale are key factors to continued health. Now that the enterprise software market is mature, the grow-at-all-costs vendors' strategies of the ebullient 1990s simply do not work any longer. In the stock market of the 1990s, brand new accounts became a key metric when valuing application software companies. New accounts at all costs mantra was seen as the right business models by both investors Read More...
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'New' Lawson Software's Transatlantic Extended Enterprise Resource Planning Intentions
The recent merger of Lawson Software and Intentia, two vendors of similar size, but servicing different markets, will complement each other to become the

cross selling banking products  provide near-term opportunities for cross-selling products to the combined customer base, and the new company pledges to provide solutions that serve a broad cross-section of industries. Additionally, Intentia, based in Sweden, has a stalwart vendor status in the domestic Scandinavian region, with strong international coverage in Europe, and with some notable presence in Asia-Pacific. It was founded in 1984 and serves over 3,000 customer sites in some 40 countries around the world, with the product that Read More...
Stability and Functionality for Process and Discrete Manufacturers
While superficially, Infor's acquisition strategy may appear to be impulsive, it has actually been calculated to develop a stronger vertical functionality. This

cross selling banking products  consequently concede to trade-offs across multiple vertical markets ranging from professional services, telecommunications, banking insurance, health care, to utilities, and media, which is what the mega-vendors tend to do. For example, SAP proudly mentions solutions for well over twenty industries. Its theme of Assemble revolves around the idea of delivering industry-specific solutions, globally, by professionals with deep industry experience. Infor cites over 700 product developers with, on average 8 Read More...
Battle Booty from Oracle's Victory Over PeopleSoft
Through the PeopleSoft acquisition, Oracle hereby gains a new customer base, increased market share, expertise, immediate recurring revenue sources, and new and

cross selling banking products  will translate into new cross-selling opportunities down the road. Nonetheless, this merger will not make Oracle the dominant force in the Asia-Pacific or the Europe market. In terms of the European market, neither merging party has made a dent in SAP's position in many countries like Germany, Spain, or Italy. Oracle has long been below the critical mass in terms of reference sites and presence in Europe, except in some segments within the UK and France. However, Oracle's positions will likely improve, Read More...
Marquee Vendors Partner for Deepening Inherent CRM and BI Links
Despite the logic behind combining customer relationship management (CRM) and business intelligence (BI) elements, the implementation of marketing automation

cross selling banking products  new bundled services and cross-product price plans and discounts, reduce operating costs and time to market for new services, and increase efficiency, all while improving the overall customer experience. Deregulated gas and electricity (and even waterworks to some degree) energy and utility companies, may also be a viable market for MA providers. Utilities companies are now operating in a competitive, dynamic environment that is quite different from what it faced previously as a near-monopoly. In Read More...
Case Study: Hydro-Scape Products, Inc.
Like many distribution companies, Hydro-Scape needed to streamline and automate its business processes to increase speed and accuracy when serving customers, as

cross selling banking products  ability to integrate data across the entire operation. Learn more about the distribution ERP. Read More...
Dead Heat: Corporate Buyers Gain Analysis Tools in Leading e-Procurement Products
Commerce One has partnered with Sagent Technology to add analytic tools to its enterprise e-purchasing application. Also, Ariba has partnered with Informatica

cross selling banking products  variety of decision makers across the enterprise. Market Impact It is a measure of how youthful this industry is that the leaders are just now getting around to providing a robust set of metrics and analytical tools with their enterprise applications. It's a sure bet that similar capabilities will soon be available from most of the first and second tier providers of e-purchasing systems. Once analytics become a significant feature in this market, the sky's the limit for additional applications. We'll be Read More...
Case Study: Wist Office Products
Wist, an office supply company offering over 40,000 products, was running an outdated enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. The primary concern was the

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Baan Releases New Supply Chain Products
November 2, 1999 05:30 PM BARNEVELD, Netherlands and HERNDON, Va., Nov. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Baan Company N.V., a global provider of enterprise business solutions,

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Case Study: Inteva Products, LLC
When Inteva Products, LLC was launched as an independent company, one of its first challenges was a complete overhaul of its IT environment, which was made up

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Strategic Selling: The Lifeline to Your Future
In the face of global economic volatility, increasing competition, and changing customer needs, business leaders are challenged to protect their business now

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Oracle FSM—One Name, Three Different Products
In this report, TEC research analyst Raluca Druta delves deep into Oracle's approach to addressing the current demands of the field service management (FSM

cross selling banking products  Oracle, FSM, FSM solution, Oracle FSM, field service management, Siebel, EBS, EBS applications, Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle Service Cloud Read More...
Google Acquires Smart, Connected Products Manufacturer Nest
Google has announced that it has entered into an agreement to buy smart device manufacturer Nest Labs for $3.2 billion (USD) in cash. Now the future of smart

cross selling banking products  to push ads out across a broader network of screens and eyes.   With this acquisition, Google extends its reach further into more traditional manufacturing arenas. And with other acquisitions, like that of robotics firm Boston Dynamics, Google is becoming an interesting model for a conglomerate in the 21st century. The traditional corporate conglomerate models like GE, Siemens, Honeywell, and even the software conglomerate models are continuing to fade. These conglomerates and manufacturers on all Read More...
Deliver Smarter Products and Services by Unifying Software Development and IT Operations
Unifying development and operations is a critical aspect of enabling a dynamic infrastructure—one that improves service, reduces cost, and manages risk to

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