Social network site Facebook has chosen fellow web phenomenon Salesforce.com to manage its growing sales team in a bid to improve its efficiency.
The cloud computing market is overheated, and many cloud providers are making some very avoidable blunders
Managing customer relationships can be a daunting task but also a very rewarding one. Luckily, there's business software that will help you. Here's how to select the right customer relationship management software for your business.
Microsoft is taking a page from rival Salesforce.com’s book and is launching an online store for third-party applications and services that build on top of its Dynamics CRM and ERP products.
According to a study by Zinnov Management Consulting Pvt. Ltd., the total market of cloud computing in India stands at $110 million today and is expected to reach a figure of about $1,084 million by 2015.
The study, titled ‘Cloud Computing in India: Opportunities and Way Forward’, also highlighted that in the cloud computing market in India, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) has witnessed the most rapid uptake until now. As components of the overall cloud market, SaaS in India is likely to reach a mark of $650 million by 2015, while Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) markets cumulatively would touch $434 million each by then.
I recently came across this article 'CRM Paradigm Shift' by Harish Kotadia of Focus.com
Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) has sued one of its rivals in the cloud-computing arena for allegedly infringing nine of its patents. Filed in the U.S. District Court in Seattle, the suit against Salesforce.com seeks both monetary compensation as well as an injunction against the use of related technologies in Salesforce.com's CRM product.
It’s that time of the year when your customers, partners, and prospects should know and get excited about your latest product and service innovations. Despite the variety of social media channels, pundits claim nothing beats good ‘ole targeted email campaigns!
Goldman Sachs analyst Sarah Friar this morning upped her rating on the Salesforce.com (CRM) to Buy from Neutral, with a target price of $102.
Boomi Founder and CTO Rick Nucci explains to IT Business Edge's Loraine Lawson how competition, APIs and more involvement from IT departments are changing the cloud integration market.