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.


Although marketing and IT functions still remain far apart on how much weight each puts on the need for collaboration and interaction, the gap is closing fast.
Apple and IBM have entered an agreement that will result in more than 100 industry-specific enterprise solutions, including native apps developed for insurance and other markets. Forrester Research says the partnership has a good chance of succeeding for these reasons.
Information Management NewsUsing cross-functional teams to break down silos improves the chances of success when building highly complicated systems.
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TrendsBy 2016, one-quarter of the top 50 global banks will have launched a banking app store for customers, creating two key challenges for banking executives
ColumnAn executive team’s hypothetical exchange of tweets as their quarterly financial results are about to be reported
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Information Management NewsUsing new technology from Salesforce, the Boston bank is arming staffers with real-time customer data in a bid to increase wallet share, speed up decisions and help it handle problems quickly and efficiently.
TrendsSoftware market grew 5.5 percent year over year in 2013, reaching a total market size of $369 billion, says IDC
ReportInfrastructure functions can reduce costs and improve service delivery through better demand management.
BlogToday’s digital marketing capabilities are becoming a key cornerstone of the important transformation that is occurring
Information Management NewsAn examination of case studies point to a handful of paths insurers can take toward innovation.
news(Bloomberg) -- Oracle Corp. reported fiscal third- quarter sales and profit that fell short of analysts’ estimates as the software maker faced stiffer competition from Salesforce.com Inc. and rivals selling Internet-based programs. Revenue in the period that ended Feb. 28 was $9.31 billion, and profit before certain costs was 68 cents a share, Oracle said yesterday in a statement. On average, analysts projected $9.36 billion in sales and profit of 70 cents, according to data compiled…
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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