Customizing Oracle Fusion CRM

We have prepared a short video, which talks in detail about "Extending Oracle Fusion CRM". It covers information about the MDS Repository, Engine, Various layers where customizations can be done, how these are stored in the repository and how they are retrieved at the runtime to provide different experience to different users. Customizing Oracle Fusion … Continue reading Customizing Oracle Fusion CRM

Customer Management In Oracle Fusion CRM

Oracle Fusion CRM offers various advanced functionalities for business users, however all these can only be utilized if you have a strong Customer database. This article shows you step by step how this is done. Step 1 : Login to Fusion CRM   Step 2 : From the home page, Click on "Navigate > Sales … Continue reading Customer Management In Oracle Fusion CRM

User Experience Of Oracle Fusion CRM

One of the major attractions (and useful features) of Oracle Fusion CRM is, its User Experience. The entire user pages are split into multiple areas such as: Global Area (Common Tools and Services) Regional Area (Specific Tools) Local Area (Transactions, Information, Actions) Contextual Area (Additional Information on what we are doing) For example, let us … Continue reading User Experience Of Oracle Fusion CRM

Oracle Fusion CRM : Territory Management

Oracle Fusion CRM provides an easy to use Territory Management module, for sales teams to organize their sales regions into multiple territories, based on various criteria / Dimensions (Example : Geography, Product, Industry, Account etc.,) Once these are decided and the territories are defined, we can attach metrics to them. These are used by the … Continue reading Oracle Fusion CRM : Territory Management

Oracle Fusion CRM : New Features

Already being delivered as a comprehensive suite of modular applications, Oracle Fusion apps are enriched with the potential of coexisting with existing Oracle apps. This pioneered advancement not only matches the current business needs and improves efficacy of the existing system, but also ensures a new level of performance. Here are some new features of … Continue reading Oracle Fusion CRM : New Features

Using CRM Desktop With Oracle CRM On Demand #CRMOD R19

CRM Desktop is an offline tool provided by Oracle, for accessing its CRM On Demand R19 data from Microsoft Outlook, We have been using it for quite some time and prepared a short guide on how to install / configure / use CRM Desktop for Oracle CRM On Demand, so that you can start accessing CRM … Continue reading Using CRM Desktop With Oracle CRM On Demand #CRMOD R19

How Oracle Fusion CRM Handles Multilingual Implementations

Oracle Fusion CRM comes with an interesting architecture for handling multi language implementations. This means, during the initial deployment phase itself, number of languages can be configured so that the user can choose their preference during login. In fact, Fusion CRM Provides two language choices when any user logs in: Default Application Language Current Session … Continue reading How Oracle Fusion CRM Handles Multilingual Implementations

Visual Navigation Of Customer Support Calls

Today I noticed an interesting question in Quora (http://www.quora.com/How-long-will-it-be-until-I-can-navigate-automated-customer-service-calls-visually) about Visual Navigation of Customer Support Calls How long will it be until I can navigate automated customer service calls visually? My phone has a screen on it. I don't want to listen carefully to your menu options, even if they have recently changed. Very interesting … Continue reading Visual Navigation Of Customer Support Calls

Top Ten Open Source CRM Solutions

Open source CRM projects are flourishing stupendously; just do a quick search in SourceForge Inc. and you will find more than 350 active open CRM projects listed there. How do we pick the good apples from this huge database? Fortunately, focus.com has done the hard work and identified top ten open source CRM solutions. Here’s … Continue reading Top Ten Open Source CRM Solutions

Evernote Hello : A Personal CRM

I’m sure many of us encounter memory loss incidents either at a social gathering, shopping where we see a familiar person. It takes us time to recollect who they are and where we have met them. In this process we either do not step forward to communicate with that person or even if we dare … Continue reading Evernote Hello : A Personal CRM