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Method to the (Expansion) Madness: Some Common Threads
Click Commerce has been impressively active in its expansion efforts, and now offers quite a few solutions outside its traditional realm. While each of its

example of demonstration method  partner communications. As another example, Nissan Motor Corporation , a leading manufacturer of commercial cars and trucks with North American sales of about $1.3 billion (USD), relies on Click Commerce SPP&O solutions. In North America, Nissan products are sold through a network of over 1,200 Nissan and Infinity dealers, and the challenge has been to reduce high inventory value while at the same time improving overall fill rate and service levels. Reportedly, Nissan reduced overall spare parts

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Should Your Software Selection Process Have a Proof of Concept? Part One: Structures and the Selection Process


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IT Sales Lead Generation: Understanding the Complex Sales Needs of the IT Industry


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Voice of Customer: Using Customer Actions That Speak


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