Enterprise Software/ERP/CRM

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.

BlogSalesforce provides a platform, tools and applications for IT who claims to be the 'no software’ company which as you will read is exactly what happened on May 10th.
BlogModern CRM strategies enable good customer experience. They support customer easy, effective customer engagement, that leaves the customer feeling good about the interaction.
FeatureWhile teams may be focused on accelerating the role of analytics from data to decision, they should also focus on a quality analysis program that looks at the underlying source code.
NewsThis might be the year in which the software-defined data center (SDDC) becomes a fixture in corporate America, according to a new report from cloud security provider HyTrust.
BlogThe learning management system (LMS) offers opportunity for organizations to progressively enhance the effectiveness of their workforce.
NewsExpert System, a leader in multilingual cognitive computing technology used in the management and exploitation of unstructured information, announced that it has expanded its footprint in the United States.
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FeatureData virility is the potency and efficacy of data in generating the right insights that lead to impactful business outcomes.
NewsSoftware-defined networking (SDN) has already arrived in the data center, providing the agility and responsiveness data center networks need to meet the demands of cloud computing.
BlogThe latest release of FinancialForce, a cloud-based ERP system, offers significant enhancements to its user interface and collaboration capabilities.
BlogOne of the reasons for only a portion of enterprise and external (about a third of structured and a quarter of unstructured -) data being available for insights is a restrictive architecture of SQL databases.
NewsDataStax surveyed more than 250 members of its DataStax Academy, and found increasing demand for NoSQL database experts, specifically those trained on Apache Cassandra.
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FeatureWith the proliferation of new languages and platforms, the ability to be technology-agnostic has evolved from a “nice to have” to a “need to have” — and developers face this reality daily.
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