Successful companies need customer relationship management (CRM) solutions to operate effectively in the competitive landscape in 2019. Our team of experts has broken down the key aspects of both Oracle Customer Experience Cloud and SAP Sales Cloud solutions to provide insight into which software is right for your situation.
IT Asset Management (ITAM) has been around for a long time. Yet its function remains as vital as ever: to keep tabs on all hardware components, software and services operating in the enterprise. This includes tracking changes made, and determining what additional changes made need to be made.
IBM's acquisition of Red Hat looks promising.
The Hyperledger Transact promises to make it possible to create smart contracts that can run on multiple blockchain platforms.
Salesforce is updating its customer data platform (CDP) to personalize sales and marketing efforts via AI.
IBM shows that legacy applications belong in the cloud too.
SAP has always been a leading provider of CRM software. However, SAP’s strategy has shifted toward a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model through which it plans to close the gap between its offerings and Salesforce. That effort is manifesting itself in the form of SAP Sales Cloud, an instance of a CRM application that combines elements of various SAP acquisitions to create a CRM application optimized to run on the SAP HANA in-memory database.
Salesforce is currently evolving from providing a simple software-as-a-service (SaaS) application that tracked sales leads to a suite of cloud applications that promise to driver superior customer experiences. Pegasystems first gained recognition as a provider of a business process management (BPM) that the company has subsequently extended to create a set of highly integrated sales and marketing applications.
With some many players entering the business intelligence and data visualization software space in recent years it can be difficult to know where to begin. Our enterprise software experts have analyzed the similarities and differences between Qlik Sense and Tableau to help you make a more informed decision.
Alteryx has unveiled an Assisted Modeling tool that promises to make it simpler to create analytics models based on machine learning algorithms.
For Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins, it isn't all about technology.
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Salesforce adds data visualization and analytics to its enterprise software empire.
Google announced today it plans to acquire Looker, a provider of data analytics tools delivered via the cloud for $2.6 billion.
The all-cash deal adds a set of software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications to a Google portfolio that already includes the BiqQuery data warehouse. Looker, which runs on the Google Cloud Platform, will officially become an arm of Google Cloud later this year. The two companies already have more than 350 joint customers.
A flurry of similar sounding but different techniques, such mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM), emerged. Those earlier approaches have been subsumed into the next generation, enterprise mobility management (EMM), which consolidates those earlier technologies in a way that simplifies and enhances efficiency. It also marries that management to identity tools in order to track and assess employees and usage.
As employment rates hit all-time highs, human resources offices are looking to technology to help with the burden of managing employees, benefits and business operations. According to Gartner, “by 2025, at least 50% of large enterprises in service-centric industries will successfully implement an ‘all in’ cloud SaaS strategy.”
It is no secret that the business world is becoming more driven and influenced by data. But, in order to get the most out of this additional data, you must be able to present it in a compelling way. With so many players in the space, it can be difficult to understand all the options. Our team of experts has broken down and compared the similarities and differences between Looker and Tableau to help you make a more informed decision.
AMD CEO Lisa Su and her team have made several critical changes and the firm seems to be able to execute like clockwork. At Computex, Su showcased progress the firm has made while announcing a number of new products.