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The CRM Watchlist Part V: Different Strokes

January 13, 2011 No Comments

Oh, damn. You’re here. I was listening to Vampire Weekend.  Let me get the headphones off…just a sec…I’m kinda…tangled..agggh….okay. Damn.

Well, we’re in the homestretch. This is Part #5 of the Watchlist which is where I take the companies that for one reason or another defy categorization and let you see them as victors on their own. They are Spartacus.

The URLs and the names of the winners of Parts I-IV:

  1. Finally, the CRM 2011 Watchlist: Part I – SAP, Oracle, salesforce.com, Microsoft
  2. The CRM Watchlist Part II: The Usual Suspects – NetSuite, RightNow, Sage, SAS, CDC Software/Pivotal, SugarCRM
  3. The CRM Watchlist 2011 Part III: Representing the Pillars – Marketo, Eloqua, Infusionsoft, Jitterjam, Sword-Ciboodle, GetSatisfaction, Moxie, Genesys, Pegasystems, InsideView
  4. The CRM Watchlist 2011 Part IV: the Social Mainstream – Lithium, Jive, Radian6, Attensity, KickApps, Nimble, INgage Networks

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