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Research: June 2015

Research, articles, and tips on CRM, Business Intelligence, ERP, supply chain management, and other enterprise applications. - Archive for June 2015

Stop Talking about Data: Value Lies in Information

Is your organization "data rich" but "information poor?" Forget about data – at least at first.

10 Supply Chain Gotchas, and How to Avoid Them

Supply chain mistakes can cost big bucks. So companies should be aware of these 10 common supply chain errors.

CRM for Any Niche – or So It Seems

With CRM software, sometimes a niche solution is the way to go, experts say.

Making Government Data Less of a Disaster

Government agencies make slow but steady progress on solving their data problems.

3 Challenges Mobile App Developers Must Tackle

There are millions of mobile apps. How can developers ensure their mobile apps get adopted and used?

Startup Spotlight: Interana's Self-Service Data Analytics

Interana's specialty is analyzing raw event data, which the startup's founders believe will become "the standard data format of the future."

Embedded Analytics: Sky's the Limit, but So Is Cost

While embedded analytics should help democratize data, it will not be an inexpensive undertaking, experts say.

ERP a Big Challenge for SMBs

While ERP projects challenge the largest of companies, they are especially tough for SMBs. Good thing we've got expert advice that can help.

5 Metrics for Digital Success

Measuring sales and business metrics is part of any digital strategy, but organizations must pay attention to technical metrics too, says …

5 Lessons from Data Analytics Ninjas

What are data analytics ninjas like ConocoPhillips and Walmart doing right?

Is Hadoop Maturity in Sight?

Gartner predicts 'anemic' growth for Hadoop in the near term. What gives?

Mobile Apps Getting More Strategic

Mobile app use cases are becoming more sophisticated, finds an Apperian report.

Channel Data Management Sheds Light on Supply Chain

Retailers analyze customer data for sales insights, but such data is largely invisible to OEMs. The emerging discipline of channel data …