A few weeks back I received a call from an advocate’s office asking me to visit the court with regards to a civil case filed against me. This took me by surprise and when asked for more details, the caller did not provide any or did not have any. On further investigation, I found that … Continue reading The Modern Customer
Once upon time... Huh! don't worry am not going to tell a long story. It's my anecdote. We have a lots of unintelligible data. For e.g, so many people are visiting Landing pages but don't know, from which source they are coming? we are equally spending money across all the networks(Social Media, Google Adwords, Webinars, … Continue reading Stop Traditional Marketing…. It’s time for Modern Marketing! #oow14
Oracle Sales Cloud has prebuilt dashboards tailored for all sales roles. Sales Analytics allows users to track Pipeline Strength, Actuals against Quota and Sales Team Performance in a single view. Dashboard reports allow users to navigate from a summary view to more detailed report and users could even further drill down to record level information. … Continue reading How to Best Utilize Oracle Sales Cloud Analytics ?
The future of Oracle CRM On Demand: Oracle CRM on Demand or simply OCOD, is presently 26 releases old. This and few of the releases in the recent past indicates the commitment Oracle has towards this product. Also, it has brought in sigh of relief among Oracle’s customers and partners who otherwise thought that the … Continue reading The Future of Oracle CRM On Demand: Roadmap and Strategy for Continuous Innovation
Modern Marketing implies marketing Machines. Business is social. Business is marketing. Marketing is social. In 2014 our programmatic speech at the consumer averages 4000 messages per day, a great bulk of it digital. Few listen. Many tune out. Most stare. We have a long way to go in building the marketing machines. How might … Continue reading Modern Marketing: The New Digital Dialogue
Customer experience is a term getting prominence in the previous few years, thanks to the changed expectations from customers who started demanding from organizations. This meant the driving seat was getting changed to customers instead of organizations. This soft affected all parts of a company such as sales, presales, design, production, quality control, marketing, commerce … Continue reading Introduction to Oracle Customer Experience Offerings