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By Jason Busch on March 28, 2011
Spend Matters and other procurement and supply chain resources have been warning for nearly all of the past two weeks that companies should take action immediately if they have indirect or direct supply interests in Japan (see rec…
By Naomi Bloom on March 28, 2011
HRM May Not Need Battlestar Galactica Capabilities My first post in this series focused on the importance of understanding the ambitions of HRM software/services vendors and the implications of those ambitions for buyers/investors/employees/the industry. Next came a post focused on the different strategies of these same vendors, the many moving parts that must be addressed in [...]
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By R "Ray" Wang on March 28, 2011
Many Services Firms Seek Unfair Advantages With Market Makers Service providers continue to battle it out in the über competitive market for large annual multi-million dollar contracts. Market makers who serve as sourcing advisors, (i.e. management consultants, analysts, or vendor specialists) often influence the outcome of large sourcing contracts and system integration projects. Consequently, more [...]
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By Paul Greenberg on March 28, 2011
I hope to light a fire under a company thatâs gone missing when it comes to public visibility in CRM. Oracle needs to be public for the benefit of the industry and for the benefit of its customers.