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Linkedin poll: “Which one of these CRM providers will be the leader in 5 years?”

Published in cloud-computing, crm by Radouane Kharbichi on 27/11/2014 12:24:27

Many of you may have voted in the linkedin poll “Which one of these CRM providers will be the leader in 5 years?” sent by Rick Vargas Expert Direct and Database Marketing, CRM / Social CRM, Business Intelligence, Sales Force Automation. So far (7 days left), there has been 14526 votes and Salesforce is a … Continue reading Linkedin poll: “Which one of these CRM providers will be the leader in 5 years?”

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Hey you, enterprise software! You just chronically under deliver!

Published in cloud-computing, crm by max.favilli on 27/11/2014 13:06:44

That’s an interesting article, I especially love that part: “He knew that this was a moment in time in the software application wars where the best product simply didn’t matter, because everyone had resigned himself or herself to the fact that enterprise software just chronically under delivers on what the sales guy promises.” Well… I still believe the … Continue reading Hey you, enterprise software! You just chronically under deliver!

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Centralized, monolithic ERP software is dying; is it?

Published in cloud-computing, sap-crm-consultant by max.favilli on 30/11/2014 16:13:25

In this interesting article, Tien Tzuo (founder and CEO of Zuora and previously chief strategy officer and chief marketing officer at Salesforce.com) is suggesting ERP software makers like Oracle and SAP are going to fade away with their centralized software. I think he is a little bit shallow in his conclusions. The metric he does apply to measure ERP … Continue reading Centralized, monolithic ERP software is dying; is it?

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TCO vs ROI for Cloud Computing

Published in cloud-computing by max.favilli on 04/11/2010 18:01:11

Cloud computing is increasing ROI, not lowering TCO. Because…

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