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By Sameer Patel on October 20, 2011
Lets cut to the chase: The business intelligence we rely on as enterprises to perform better can suck at times. I remember a famous dot com era business systems accomplishment that was touted up and down silicon valley. I paraphrase but it went something like this: “Cisco has the ability to do a virtual close on […]
By Brian Sommer on October 20, 2011
So you want to hire great talent but the results have been eluding your firm. The analytics tool you have doesn’t seem to deliver any better insights either. Read on to see what a better solution might contain.
By Jason Busch on October 20, 2011
Earlier this week, Oracle announced it had entered into an agreement to buy Endeca. For those in the procurement, supply chain and manufacturing worlds who don’t know Endeca, you should. They represent what Spend Matters believes is a …
By Niel Robertson on October 20, 2011
Recently Mark Suster wrote a great post on how to use people’s time wisely. I could not agree more. As anyone in Boulder will tell you, the best thing about Boulder is the humility of its community. Everyone is open to meeting anyone else. It’s one of the things I love the most about being here […]
By Jason Corsello on October 20, 2011
I recently read an article suggesting 92% of Fortune 500 companies are either testing or deploying iPads. According to Good Technology, though, 2 industries — Financial Services and High Technology — account for nearly 50% of the Top 100 iPad accounts. Interestingly, Retail, the industry I think could benefit the most from tablets, only accounts […]
By Paul Greenberg on October 20, 2011
Okay, yesterday we had the first of the two Americas finalists for your perusal. Now the last two. I’d say Slainte but that sounds ridiculous and has something to do with drinking, so I’m not saying it. However, we have two wild and crazy foxes – Stone Cobra and Get Satisfaction. Stars in their own […]