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By Louis Columbus on March 1, 2013
Using analytics to better understand the cloud computing job market is fascinating. One of the most advanced companies in this area is Wanted Analytics, who aggregates job postings from over 500 job boards and maintains a database of over 600 million unique job listings. They specialize in business intelligence for the talent marketplace, providing insights […]
By Michael Krigsman on March 1, 2013
Enterprise software vendors talk in pithy, some would say pseudo-sophisticated, language designed to impress prospects, customers, and influencers in the market. Almost all enterprise vendors use terms like the following as symbols to convey broader meaning, despite offering little or no content to the reader: Time to value Continuous innovation Accelerated solutions Big data Mobile first Increase […]
By Sameer Patel on March 1, 2013
Wrote a post about what today’s customer expects in terms of “relationships” on SAP’s Customer Edge Blog. Here is a snippet: ———– Transactional CRM, the system of record technology that lets you manage a sales cycle, a customer service request and marketing activity, is critical to make official records of who did what. But here’s […]
By Phil Fersht on March 1, 2013
If you’ve ever had some to read Freakonomics, you’ll know how excited we are to announce that co-author Steven Dubner has agreed to speak at our dreamSource event this spring.
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By Michael Fauscette on March 1, 2013
Around the world of social software, particularly enterprise social networks (ESN), the discussion of value always gets back to a discussion of worker productivity. It’s a logical point of focus of course, I mean ESNs should increase productivity through reducing time to find correct information or expert(s); by reducing push email through a pull – […]