CRM industry news
- October 26, 2005
On the verge of merging with Oracle, Siebel Systems announced plans to launch new tools that join Web services with CRM component customization and business processes.
- October 20, 2005
As Siebel CustomerWorld drew to a close, so too did Siebel itself, but Oracle's president was on hand to assure customers.
- October 18, 2005
While the leader in the CRM market will likely be acquired in a few months, that hasn't stopped Siebel executives from promising development -- and answering questions.
- October 10, 2005
New customization features are making dashboard technology more common in cubicles -- not just corner offices.
- October 06, 2005
Despite some continuing criticism of Project Fusion, Oracle executives were out in force yesterday pledging long-term support for two new PeopleSoft supply chain management apps.
- September 30, 2005
Here you'll general information about SearchCRM.com's 2005 Products of the Year Awards.
- September 22, 2005
CEO Larry Ellison's OpenWorld keynote speech included ambitious plans for vertical offerings, open standards, BI and automation.
- September 14, 2005
In the wake of the news that Oracle intends to purchase Siebel for $5.85 billion, Siebel's customers are left to wonder about the long-term future of their applications.
- September 12, 2005
Oracle will become the world's largest provider of customer relationship management software once it completes this $5.85 billion deal.
- September 12, 2005
Today's announcement that Oracle will purchase Siebel Systems for $5.85 billion brought swift reaction from its CRM competition.
- September 08, 2005
Microsoft CRM customers and partners face another change as the company unveils plans to unify and rebrand its Business Solutions products into one package for the midmarket.
- September 06, 2005
SAP is strengthening its presence in the Asia-Pacific region, with sales of its retail software increasing in India and China.
- August 24, 2005
The debate rages over who is tops in CRM. AMR Research says it's SAP.
- August 18, 2005
With strong earnings from some of the major vendors and multiple reports citing the growth of the market, companies are once again spending on CRM.
- August 09, 2005
SAP customers are slow in adopting mySAP applications, according Forrester Research Inc., keeping the door slightly open for Oracle Corp. to lure customers away from SAP.