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By Craig Cmehil on August 20, 2009
Awhile back I wrote a post about someone I admire, it happened to be a woman and for Ada Lovelace day.
That woman, Marilyn, recently has become part of a group called Technically Women, along with several other woman that I know (some more than others). Now it’s quite interesting that very recently as I myself […]
By Paul Greenberg on August 20, 2009
United Airlines: Customers are Merely Transactions
If you’re a loyalty marketer and look at my United profile, you find something that would make you 4.5 on a scale of 5.0 when it comes to warm and fuzzy. You’d see hundreds of thousands of United Airlines frequent flier (FF) miles; a pattern that suggests that I fly […]
By Paul Greenberg on August 19, 2009
This is just a short post because I just found this really clever and funny even though it goes against my “why can’t we all be friends” nature. I received this email and press release from Mei Li,…
The award winning, edgiest CRM blog on the planet….
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By Sig Rinde on August 19, 2009
I’m sometimes hitting a small snag when building pilots in Thingamy; actual workflow running engines where work flows seamlessly from person to person while all information and “tools” are delivered with the task: “This is not how we’re used to…
By Josh Greenbaum on August 17, 2009
IDC just released its latest compilation of rankings in the rancorous business intelligence market, and while the taxonomy is a little confusing, and broad enough for both Oracle and SAP to claim market dominance, there is one hand’s down winner whose mark on the industry can be seen across the breadth of the IDC data: […]
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By Susan Scrupski on August 16, 2009
The 2.0 Adoption Council is off to a rockin’ start. We’re about 7 weeks into our new venture. I launched the Council on 6/26/09 on LinkedIn. We’ve sinced move our conversations to Socialcast (7/13/09) and the Jive SBS platform (7/15/09). We currently have about 50 members. During our […]
By Craig Cmehil on August 16, 2009
Right in my little town a new locale is opening up, the space has been empty now for probably a year since the Butcher (yes it was a butcher shop) had to close its doors after something like 30 years. I’ve been over talking to the new owner quite often as I find the similarities […]
By Dennis Moore on August 15, 2009
Comments by Nicholas Carr (IT skeptic/critic/expert) and Hal Varian (Google’s chief economist) got me thinking about enterprise applications, and why there haven’t been any real killer apps for the enterprise for quite some time (since ERP?).Hal Varian…
By Craig Cmehil on August 15, 2009
Live with Jim Spath (jspath55) about the upcoming SCNotties awards taking place at SAP TechEd RIA Hacker Night
RIA Hacker Night
SCNotties with Jim Spath
SCN to give 100 points for every submission!
By Paul Greenberg on August 12, 2009
I’d say that the headline is a bit of an understatement or maybe even a misstatement by me. Let me tell you why.
If your life preference is to cower under bedcovers, then you might not have heard of the Enterprise Irregulars (EI). They are a group of iconoclastic, often even curmudgeon-ish enterprise analysts and consultants, thought […]