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Given the need of manufacturers to get closer to their customer base, CRM has become a key ingredient in today's e-business mix of strategic applications.
235 Percent Growth Over Past Two Years Brings Powerful Connectivity Solutions and Strategic Applications to Market STAMFORD, Conn.
To support its more than 17,000 residents with optimal care, Erickson relies on a series of strategic applications ranging from GE's Citrix-based medical records system, Centricity, to a patient care system called CareMedX, as well as several ERP and CRM systems from Oracle including JD Edwards, Siebel, and PeopleSoft.
I am impressed by the growing list of world-class customers in the telecommunications and retail industries where Clareos has built powerful strategic applications for customer segmentation, market basket analysis, and revenue assurance to deliver immediate bottom-line results using the Clareos CrossCut technology.
If a link fails, the dynamic management functions of the StreamGroomer equipment ensures that users of strategic applications continue to receive adequate quality of service according to the company's business priorities.
The advanced features included with SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 allow Novell and StreamServe to deliver personalized and customized solutions for disparate systems, including SAP Solutions, Oracle E-business Suite, CRM and other strategic applications.
The company helps businesses monitor and optimize the performance of their strategic applications over WAN networks and reduce their operational costs.
Following his retirement from government work in September 2000, Schanzer served as director, strategic applications, at Compaq Computer Corporation before joining Veridian in March 2003.