Enterprise software is software designed for organizational rather than personal use, and often refers to transactional systems for enterprise resource planning (ERP) and associated modules (or best of breed software) for managing finance, customer relationships, supply chain or human resources.


BlogResearch finds less-than-adequate efforts by organizations to improve their sales forecasting process and insufficient information about the full revenue potential from accounts and customers
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TrendsCRM leaders who avoid MDM risk up to 25 percent loss in potential revenue gains, says Gartner
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BlogTo excel in this environment requires not just wise use of time but prioritization of the activities and tasks that contribute to achieving the quota and forecast
BlogThe advent of a new Microsoft CEO has much of the IT industry wondering aloud about how this will, or should, affect the company’s direction, strategy, and plans
TrendsNovel and more accessible forms of information from government and private sources represent a new and rapidly growing piece of the big data puzzle
Information Management NewsAnalytics investments expected to help drive growth in spending
TrendsDigital banking, marketing analytics and the 'omnichannel' top bankers' technology shopping lists for the coming year.
CommentaryThe real value coming out of the big data hype machine for most businesses is better analytics on a more local level, causing users to try a bit harder to gain insight from the data already available
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Information Management NewsNew IDC report shows that the compound annual growth rate for the software market in the 2012-2017 forecast period will remain close to 6 percent
Information Management NewsWith insights from location analytics, brands can develop an omnichannel experience between channels and market to consumers in a way that is relevant, timely and personal
ColumnAn organization’s analytics-based enterprise performance management mansion has many rooms.
BlogHow technology is fueling business change anchored by three broad themes
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