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TALISMA CRM: Soffront Software, Inc., established in 1992 and located in Fremont, California (US), offers an integrated CRM solution spanning marketing, sales, customer support, employee support, and portal applications.

CDC Software Wins at the Pivotal Auction. Now What?Part One: Event Summary
While Pivotal might have temporarily mitigated its protracted troubles by having the privilege to choose between three potential suitors, the time for some decisive moves is now, given that competitive pressures will not go away, but rather will intensify.

TALISMA CRM: have been combined with Talisma Corporation , a niche provider of Microsoft -based eService solutions, and Oak Investment Partners, the controlling shareholder of the combined business. At that time, the parties anticipated that the transaction would close in November or December of 2003. Pivotal s new management team was to be comprised of key members of both Pivotal s and Talisma s current management teams. Talisma, a privately-held company based in Kirkland, Washington, US, has licensed software to
2/6/2004

CDC Software Wins the Pivotal Auction. Now What?Part Two: Market Impact
Pivotal, had been feeling the competitive pressures coming from many directions. Despite many mid-market and niche CRM vendors' attempts to overcome these challenges, many will continue to struggle to avoid insolvency, while the luckier ones that have some attractive point solutions, such as partner relationship management (PRM) or portal solutions, will become the acquisition targets of large enterprise vendors gladly seeking to incorporate them.

TALISMA CRM: three prospective buyers, while Talisma and Onyx , having failed in their merger bids, will have to rethink their survival alternatives,. Like its market automation counterparts, Talisma will struggle to remain competitive within the highly isolated market, even as its narrow niche is further taken over by full-fledged and all-round CRM providers. The merger with Pivotal would have been more beneficial for Talisma s customers, but Pivotal s customer base would likely have not seen major functional
2/7/2004

Software as a Service for Customer Relationship Management and Sales
Major vendors are noting the growing demand for software as a service. However, smaller providers are forging new ground by offering services for inventory and collaborative planning.

TALISMA CRM: Skype, Spoke, SuccessFactors, studentforce, Talisma, USA.NET, Vertical Response, Visual Mining , and many others. More than 75,000 test drives of AppExchange applications took place while the solution was in preview mode, and in its first week of availability to existing Salesforce.com customers, 1,500 installations were completed. Trailblazing CRM On-demand Functionality Though somewhat overshadowed by the AppExchange announcement, Winter 06 is also available to all Salesforce.com customers and
3/16/2006

(Forgotten) CRM and ERP Kingdoms in the Making?
CRM software analysis: Read this comprehensive analysis and summary of Consona Enterprise CRM to learn what lies ahead for this flagship CRM product. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) vendor Consona is determined to establish a CRM “kingdom” based on Consona Enterprise CRM. Read this comprehensive analysis of Consona Enterprise CRM to find out what lies ahead for this flagship product.

TALISMA CRM: Primus Knowledge Systems ), Talisma , and Oracle. KNOVA often competed favorably because of its ability to deliver process-driven applications; and because of its strong search, KM, and root-cause analytical capabilities (which make it a broad platform that turns any relevant structured and unstructured content into knowledge, regardless of where and how it is stored). However, it probably would not have maintained its competitive position against current and potential competitors in the long run. It is
2/5/2010 10:41:00 AM


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