- December 14, 2015
Marketers need to put customer experience at the center of content marketing strategy. Technology and process should take second place.
- November 20, 2015
Updates to the Oracle Marketing Cloud aim to give marketers and salespeople more mobile customer engagement options, as well as testing capabilities for marketing content.
- November 11, 2015
Various marketing offerings received improvements at OpenWorld. The upgrades strive to better tailor messages to customers and prospects and cater to SMBs.
- November 11, 2015
Larry Ellison fired a shot across the bow, saying traditional companies like IBM and SAP are no longer competition for Oracle. An expert discusses cloud disruption in this podcast.
- October 27, 2015
Oracle's latest updates to its Marketing Cloud are designed to help marketers make better use of data to segment and target customers, as well as manage campaigns more efficiently.
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Sponsored by SAS Institute Inc. - You’re getting started with a big data analytics project on Hadoop and are impressed by the cost savings on storage compared with your data warehouse. You’ve read that TrueCar, a company that collects vast volumes of car price data for its online car-buying business, has cut its monthly data storage cost from $19/GB to $0.23/GB. So you’re wondering, should you consider moving all your business intelligence efforts to Hadoop? See More
Sponsored by SAS Institute Inc. - You want to get started with a big data project at your company, but you're unfamiliar with Hadoop and you're unsure your project will deliver value. Relax. Many organizations are struggling to implement Hadoop for a variety of reasons. In "The Current State of Hadoop in the Enterprise," by the International Institute for Analytics and sponsored by SAS, you'll find a handy list of five steps to maximize the value of a Hadoop big data project for your organization. See More
- July 24, 2015
Oracle updates its Sales Cloud to increase sales; Infer announces new lead gen product; and Xactly Strategic Services aims to drive workforce management.
- July 17, 2015
In this book excerpt, consultant David Forbes advocates that companies focus on understanding what motivates consumers when marketing their products.
- July 01, 2015
While malls are dying, lifestyle centers could signal the next chapter for retail -- aided by mobile technologies.
- June 12, 2015
As mobile e-commerce gathers steam, companies are struggling to make it a frictionless reality for customers and pain-free for themselves.
- June 08, 2015
A handful of companies are giving reps analytics tools to chase down promising leads, diagnose sales performance and forecast business opportunities.
- May 22, 2015
At the ICMI Contact Center Expo, users were interested in how to make their centers more efficient while serving customers in whatever channel they choose.
- May 14, 2015
Nordstrom is trying to bridge the gap between online and physical shopping experiences for its customers through Beacon technology.
- May 11, 2015
Analytics tools have been incorporated into various enterprise departments. So why are contact center analytics still considered novel rather than vital?
- May 08, 2015
Ken Kelly didn't plan on taking over his father's company. But a few classes in Microsoft Office paved the way to a multimillion-dollar small business.
- May 07, 2015
A startup that launched to great fanfare and venture capital attention started to crumble less than two years later. How did the CEO pick up the pieces?