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.
By Paul Greenberg on July 1, 2013
In the latest of a breathtaking series of acquisitions, Adobe announces their intent to acquire CRM Watchlist 2013 winner Neolane, a leader in the marketing technology space. Paul Greenberg explains what this means for the market, the companies – and t…
By Paul Greenberg on July 1, 2013
Conference Coverage Okay, I admit it. I failed. I broke a promise. I wanted to provide individual coverage for each of the conferences that I’ve attended in the last 2 months or so, but there are so many I just couldn’t keep up. I covered SugarCRM SugarCon 2013, Infor, and Infusionsoft and didn’t get to Clarabridge, Lithium LiNC, NetSuite […]
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By R "Ray" Wang on June 12, 2013
Forward And Commentary Constellation Research pioneered the complete set of front office and back office use cases for social business in 2010. This report provides insight into a key mega-area — lead to deal use cases. This best practices research report offers insight into two of Constellation’s primary research themes, the Next-Generation Customer Experience and […]
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By Paul Greenberg on June 4, 2013
What makes this one of salesforce’s most important acquisitions ever is Marc Benioff’s proclamation last August that the Marketing Cloud is their next “billion dollar” business.
By Paul Greenberg on May 14, 2013
SugarCRM has been one of the nicest success stories in the CRM industry, often taking what were seemingly difficult steps and turning it into gold. There are at a nodal point and have a couple of things that they have to do to cross over to the next l…
By Paul Greenberg on March 21, 2013
The ‘Young and Hot’ group includes two CRM Idol 2012 winners – Artesian Solutions and Crowdtap – and those companies who didn’t win but are worth being on a radar.
By Paul Greenberg on March 7, 2013
There are six winners that cluster around the “social platform” category. This is such a quickly maturing but not mature area that I actually wrote around 10,000 words on them and thus am splitting up the posts into two. One today and the other on Mon…