By Merv Adrian on July 14, 2010
Oracle’s newest BI release is massive, spans multiple product categories, and raises the bar for competitors in dramatic fashion. In my prior post I focused on its rollout and competitive posture. The market has waited a long time as the reconciliation of many moving parts was accomplished – most notably the convergence of the Hyperion […]
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Event Alert: Capgemini differentiates its BPO services on global delivery, but can it compete on price?
By Phil Fersht on June 28, 2010
Capgemini is one of the largest and most well-known European IT/BPO service providers and consulting firms, with revenues of $9bn, but has struggled in the past become a household name in the US. However, its recent aggression in the BPO market, resul…
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