Tag Archive | Cloud Computing
Gartner predicts a 4.2% growth in IT investments in 2013, highlighting that enterprise software applications and devices (including tablets and smartphones) will be the most impacted items in terms of IT spending. Forrester shares a similar vision and forecasts a 25% increase in SaaS applications spending.
Increasing your overall cart revenue when selling an online insurance policy, reducing churn in the telecommunications industry, and building a quote for a potential client in the middle of nowhere: three different challenges, three different industries, one single solution – A Next Gen Configure Price Quote Solution.
While it is true that configure, price, quote (CPQ) technology was born in the manufacturing industry, today’s CPQ market has evolved and now encompasses other verticals such as the telecommunications, insurance and financial service industries.
Selling Power magazine highlighted trends in sales mobility by interviewing Tim Fowler, VP Sales UK at Cameleon Software.
In June 2010, Salesforce launched “Chatter”, a social network for companies, allowing their co-workers to update groups on projects and deals, to solicit comments and to spark conversations.
This is my first blog in a series that will (hopefully) capture useful insights and observations behind the activities that are Dreamforce 2011 in San Francisco, from an overseas exhibitor perspective. I’ll add a slightly UK-bias to my ramblings (think Bowler Hats, Cricket, Pubs, that sort of thing!); a sort of “Englishman in San Francisco”.