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Make your business smarter with cloud-based analytics
Learn how sales, finance, investment, risk, marketing, and procurement leaders are using SaaS-based business analytics to become more agile, serve the customer better, and deliver business results. Learn More.
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Putting Mobile Employees to Work
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People Data Management: Premise and Promise
The consumer web has given rise to a new normal. Always-on communications has transformed people's expectations and reshaped how they interact with companies. People Data Management systems offer a new class of enterprise software that allows companies to confront the implications of the people web. Read now!
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