CRM industry news
- 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.
- January 04, 2006
Think you've got the future of the CRM market all figured out? So do some of CRM's most respected experts. Find out if your predictions match theirs.
- December 29, 2005
Unable to persuade Onyx executives to consider a $50 million offer for controlling interest, CDC has turned to the press for help.
- December 28, 2005
It was a year of mostly ups for Oracle, as the company blazed a trail of acquisitions throughout the IT industry. And experts predict more of the same for 2006
- December 27, 2005
Get your popcorn, grab a seat and check out our comical review of IT sagas you'll never see on the big screen.
- December 26, 2005
There were plenty of candidates in both categories this year, but we've painstakingly separated the best from the worst.
- December 26, 2005
We rummaged through our collection of stories from last year and came up with a list of the most compelling and important articles in CRM. In many ways, it was a landmark year for CRM.
- December 22, 2005
J.D. Edwards and PeopleSoft users said they would rather dump Oracle than get rid of their iSeries.
- December 06, 2005
Microsoft CRM's jump from 1.2 to 3.0 was a welcome step, according to some beta users.
- December 01, 2005
PeopleSoft buys Vantive and J.D. Edwards, Oracle buys PeopleSoft and Siebel, SSA Global buys Epiphany -- does all this consolidation mean the end of enterprise CRM development?
- November 23, 2005
SAP plans to acquire Khimetrics Inc., a retail software vendor with expertise in profitability forecasts and pricing strategies.
- November 04, 2005
Francisco Partners will purchase the maker of HEAT and GoldMine for $200 million.
- November 03, 2005
The release date for Microsoft CRM 3.0, which has been pushed back several times in the past, has now been moved forward.
- November 02, 2005
The sudden uptick in big deals reported by Siebel made Oracle look good, but it's unlikely a Siebel acquisition will alter the competition between SAP and Oracle.