By Michael Fauscette on July 7, 2014
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By Michael Fauscette on May 29, 2014
Way back in 2011 we published a maturity model for the adoption of social technologies and the resulting cultural and process changes that those technologies could enable. Quite a lot has happened since then of course but happily some of the fundamental business impacts from the use of social technologies hasn’t. We do understand them […]
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By Michael Fauscette on April 28, 2014
As I was re-reading my post on application silos I realized I forgot to include one additional example of the current problem. Recently Microsoft released Office for iPad. Now going beyond whatever I think of Office in general, I am in a situation where I have to use Office so having it (finally!) available on […]
By Paul Greenberg on February 17, 2014
The CRM Watchlist 2014 winners have been harder than ever to characterize. But there are some vendors who, for example, provide product suites that won so I created the Suites category. Today, we look at CRMnext, Infor and NetSuite and Wednesday, SAP a…
By Paul Greenberg on January 22, 2014
“As long as they keep making it easier and faster to get my stuff, that’s all the customer service I need.” Paul Greenberg and Brent Leary explain why Amazon.com wins CRM Watchlist’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
Posted in Business, Featured Posts | Tagged Amazon, Amazon Web Services, Amazon.com, Brent Leary, Consumerization, CRM Watchlist, CRM Watchlist 2014, customer service, E-Commerce, Jeff Bezos, Mayday, Social Enterprise | 3 Responses
By Michael Fauscette on December 20, 2013
Here’s another installment from my video recording session with the eCornell team, this time looking at customer experience and meeting customer expectations. I’ve written and talked about this for some time, so none of it should be particularly new. In…
By Paul Greenberg on November 15, 2013
November 30 is the deadline for CRM Watchlist 2014 – so the time is drawing close. Want to know what to do and what to say? Read on to get some insight and also see what works and what doesn’t. AND who won last year.
By Paul Greenberg on November 7, 2013
Jive is on the upswing, if JiveWorld 2013 is any indicator. See what you think by looking at what they are doing and what they need to do.
By R "Ray" Wang on October 21, 2013
tibbr Continues To Show Momentum In Customer Adoption And Addition Of Key Enterprise Social Features On October 14th to 17th 2013, the Tibbr enterprise social crowd mingled with the core Tibco faithful at this year’s TUCON 2013 user conference in Las Vegas. (An analysis of the broader Tibco announcements can be found from my colleague […]
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By Michael Fauscette on August 23, 2013
The following slides are from a presentation I did on 8/20/13 at CRM Evolution conference in NYC.