- March 20, 2014
Companies are turning to CRM to build new customer-facing applications. Does this kind of CRM development save time and money?
- March 07, 2014
Cloud trends have made the software subscription model attractive to companies rather than paying a lump-sum up-front cost.
- March 03, 2014
Community software gives customers a new avenue to voice their opinions and grievances, but high-touch interaction is still part of customer service.
- March 03, 2014
Customer support software exploits community forums to address customer support issues in a low-cost way.
- February 10, 2014
Avaya IP Office has a new release, 8x8 is improving virtual contact center offerings, and InTouch has new offerings for CRM pros.
Sponsored by IBM - Now is the time to fully embrace SAP modernization. There is simply too much value in the data contained within SAP applications for any enterprise to risk missing out on potential digital transformation opportunities. See More
Sponsored by IBM - Every enterprise has dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of applications developed through traditional methodologies. Whether those applications were created by internal developers or purchased off the shelf from software publishers, it’s highly likely they were built and deployed using tools and processes that have been around for years. See More
Sponsored by IBM - Enterprise IT teams must do everything in their power to minimize downtime of business-critical SAP applications and ensure they can recover quickly, reliably and securely in the event of a disaster or other emergency. With enterprises fully embracing digital transformation, big data analytics, the Internet of Things and other innovations, they are more dependent than ever on the availability of their SAP environments. See More
Sponsored by IBM - If you’ve committed your organization to cloud-native application development, you’re in good company. Research indicates organizations that take an aggressive pace in adopting cloud-native development are more likely than their less-ambitious peers to report higher revenues. As a result, more and more development efforts are now being envisioned and engineered to be cloud-native from the start, and many of those programs represent an organization’s first foray into the cloud-native development process. See More
- February 07, 2014
Here's why a lack of CRM system integration with other corporate data can be the difference between success and failure of an IT project.
- February 03, 2014
CRM professionals can look forward to new applications hitting the market and redefining the very meaning of the word 'customer,' says Alan Earls.
- January 14, 2014
ICMI's Sarah Stealey Reed offers her insights about CRM trends in 2014, including emerging channels and the importance of getting the right data.
- January 09, 2014
A contact center infrastructure provider secures a patent, and other news from the CRM market.
- December 24, 2013
Target's security breach damaged more than wallets; poor retail experience hurts relationships with customers.
- December 06, 2013
The year is almost over, so it's time to look back and reflect on what mattered to the CRM industry in 2013 -- and look ahead to the future.
- November 21, 2013
The CFO of a social media startup talks about his excitement regarding marketing analytics and cloud marketing after a keynote at Dreamforce 13.
- November 04, 2013
The secret to modern multichannel CRM is engaging customers when they want it, how they want it. Read this tip by Brent Leary to learn more.
- October 01, 2013
Despite controversy, outsourcing isn't going away -- in fact, some say conditions are just right for growth. Watch this brief webcast to learn more.
- August 23, 2013
Scripting and strict rules won't help customer service reps provide good service -- letting them be human will, says consultant Dayna Steele.