Posts Tagged ‘CRM’


SuiteWorld 2014

Monday, May 12th, 2014

Held annually, SuiteWorld is NetSuite’s largest user conference designed specifically for NetSuite customers, partners and developers. SuiteWorld 2014 comes to San Jose May 12-15 bringing together the full strength of the NetSuite Nation ecosystem to learn and explore, network face-to-face and shape the next evolution of cloud computing services.

Event features include thought-provoking keynotes from C-level NetSuite executives, networking with more than 6,000 anticipated attendees, 200+ breakout sessions and more than 100 value-added solutions in the SuiteWorld Expo.

Infusionsoft Annual User Conference 2014

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014

#ICON14 is the eighth annual conference for small business, hosted by Infusionsoft.

This 3-day event brings together the brightest minds in small business from around the world to learn, network and share best practices for success.

The event provides everything from inspiring keynote speakers to hands-on Infusionsoft training, plus tips on lead generation, conversion and customer delight. Breakout sessions cover a range of topics like Infusionsoft product training, marketing strategy, social media, business management, automation, branding, copywriting, affiliate marketing and more.

#ICON14

CRM Magazine Announces Winners of 2009 CRM Market Awards

Friday, October 2nd, 2009

CRM Magazine published a list of the top CRM vendors in June 2009.  This is the 8th year of their survey.

CRM magazine “honors the vendors, consultants, and end-user companies that focus on customer relationships and the customer experience through the sophisticated integration of people, processes, and technologies. In each of 10 categories, the magazine named one Market Winner, denoting the highest score compared to its peers. Each category also produced four Market Leader awards and One to Watch.”

Click on the link below to find the best CRM vendors in the industry.  Keep in mind that the “best” can also be very expensive to implement and maintain.

2009 CRM Magazine Announces Winners of 2009 CRM Market Awards

2008 CRM Magazine Announces Winners of the 2008 CRM Market Awards

Note: CRM = “Customer Relationship Management”

List of Top CRM Vendors – 2008 CRM Market Awards

Thursday, August 21st, 2008

CRM magazine Announces Winners of 2008 CRM Market Awards

Companies, Customers, and Industry Visionaries Honored for Successes in the CRM Marketplace over the Previous 12 Months.

NEW YORK–CRM magazine, the industrys leading publication, announced the winners of its 2008 CRM Market Awards here today, in conjunction with the magazines destinationCRM 2008 conference.

As the CRM software market extended its growth streak yet again, CRM magazine and the seventh annual CRM Market Awards honored the vendors, consultants, and end-user companies focused on creating and cultivating rewarding customer experiences and relationships through the sophisticated integration of people, processes, and technologies.

With this years awards, the magazine expanded its scope to a record 10 categories. In each, the magazine named one Market Winner, denoting the highest score compared to its peers. Each category also produced four Market Leader awards and a One to Watch.

CRM magazine is pleased to present the 2008 CRM Market Awards to those companies and individuals who are raising the bar in their customer relationship initiatives. These efforts are helping companies streamline business processes, maximize profitability, and provide more value to customers, said David Myron, editorial director of CRM magazine. Congratulations to this years award recipients. May they continue to raise the standard of CRM excellence.

Recipients were determined through an extensive three-month process and proprietary rating formula that involves industry analysts, financial and corporate information, product and functionality assessments, and scores reflecting customer satisfaction.

– Enterprise Suite CRM–Winner: Oracle

Leaders: Microsoft, RightNow Technologies, Salesforce.com, SAP
One to Watch: Amdocs

– Midmarket Suite CRM–Winner: Salesforce.com

Leaders: Microsoft, Oracle, RightNow Technologies, Sage Software
One to Watch: NetSuite

– Small Business Suite CRM–Winner: Maximizer Software

Leaders: NetSuite, Salesforce.com, SugarCRM, Zoho CRM
Ones to Watch: NetBooks and Sage Software

– Sales Force Automation–Winner: Salesforce.com

Leaders: Entellium, Kadient (formerly Pragmatech), RightNow Technologies; Sage Software
One to Watch: Landslide Technologies

– Incentive Management–Winner: Callidus Software

Leaders: Centive, Synygy, Varicent Software, Xactly
One to Watch: Oracle

– Marketing Automation–Winner: Unica

Leaders: Alterian, Eloqua, Oracle, SAS Institute
One to Watch: Aprimo

– Business Intelligence–Winner: SAS Institute

Leaders: Cognos (an IBM company), Information Builders, Microsoft, Oracle
One to Watch: SAP

– Data Quality–Winner: SAS Institute’s DataFlux

Leaders: Winner: SAP (Business Objects), Harte-Hanks (Trillium Software), IBM Information Integration Solutions, Informatica
One to Watch: Pitney Bowes Group 1 Software

– Open-Source CRM–Winner: SugarCRM

Leaders: Compiere, Concursive (formerly Centric CRM), vTiger, xTuple
One to Watch: ADempiere

– Consultancies–Winner: Deloitte

Leaders: Accenture, Capgemini, IBM GBS, Tata Consultancy Services
Ones to Watch: Hitachi Consulting and Innoveer Solutions

Eight members of the CRM community were named by the magazine as 2008 Influential Leaders: Kevin Bandy, a partner at consultancy Accenture; Josh Bernoff & Charlene Li, longtime industry analysts and authors of Groundswell; Des Cahill, the CEO of Habeas; marketing guru Seth Godin; industry thought leader Paul Greenberg; Bill McDermott, president and CEO of SAP Americas & Asia Pacific Japan; Sridhar Vembu, CEO of AdventNet; and Brad Wilson, general manager of Microsoft Dynamics CRM.

The magazine also named eight Rising Stars for the year: Apple, a burgeoning player in the industry; Marketo, a software firm bridging sales and marketing; platform developer nGenera; Ribbit, a provider of voice services; social-networking developer Trampoline Systems; the microblogging site Twitter; and billing-as-a-service providers Aria Systems and Zuora.

Lastly, the magazine named four customer implementations as winners of its CRM Elite Award: Qualcomm, for a mixed deployment of EchoSign and Salesforce.com; VisionShare, for a Microsoft Dynamics CRM deployment with Axonom; the Toledo Mud Hens, for a Microsoft Dynamics CRM deployment with First Tech Direct; and Ice Energy, for an initiative with JangoMail.

The 2008 CRM Market Awards are being presented at the destinationCRM 2008 Conference at the Marriott Marquis in New York. An expanded version of the results have been published in the September 2008 issue of CRM magazineavailable in print and in digital NXTBook format (http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/crmmedia/crm0908/index.php). The awards package will appear online beginning September 1, 2008, at http://www.destinationCRM.com.