CRM industry news
- May 02, 2006
Microsoft and SAP are unveiling the jointly developed Mendocino project as Duet and went live with Duet.com to explain the details.
- April 26, 2006
Oracle outlined plans for extending back office integration to Siebel's front-end systems at the Collaborate conference held this week.
- April 20, 2006
Reducing its load from the previous quarter, Oracle has released 36 patches for vulnerabilities in its products, including PeopleSoft, JD Edwards and E-Business Suite applications.
- March 27, 2006
After a week of getting pummeled for product release delays, Microsoft is hoping Dynamics CRM can change the story.
- March 15, 2006
SAP is defending itself against a research note released last week that is said to debunk the statistics used in a high profile SAP advertising campaign.
- March 14, 2006
With deals that number over 500 seats Microsoft CRM is making its move into the enterprise.
- March 07, 2006
As the battle for business applications supremacy heats up, Oracle users are standing by Larry Ellison and Fusion while SAP customers say NetWeaver will lead the way to victory.
- February 10, 2006
Oracle is giving 2,000 employees the pink slip as it folds Siebel into its organization and is bringing an end to Siebel's component assembly initiative.
- February 03, 2006
SAP announced its CRM on-demand offering, targeting many of its own customers in the upper midmarket with a subscription-based model that integrates into SAP back end systems.
- February 03, 2006
As SAP jumps into the on-demand CRM market, established vendors have some interesting words of welcome.
- February 02, 2006
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- February 01, 2006
Siebel's shareholders approved Oracle's acquisition of their company, further shrinking the number of enterprise CRM vendors and setting up a battle between SAP and Oracle.
- January 20, 2006
The parent company of Pivotal Corp. is withdrawing its public offer for Onyx, turning instead toward a hosted supply chain software vendor.
- January 06, 2006
Board members have rejected a bid from the rival midmarket vendor and now consider the matter closed.
- January 05, 2006
Former TechTarget editor-in-chief Paul Gillin predicts the top 10 technology trends for 2006, including open source, Web 2.0, blogging, offshoring and convergence.