Bailor, Coreen
October 2007
CRM Magazine;Oct2007, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p16
Trade Publication
The article features the Siebel CRM On Demand Release 14 customer relationship management software, which was announced by Oracle on July 25, 2007. The fourteenth release of the software was an indication, according to an industry insider, that Oracle plans to switch to the Oracle brand. The software includes pre-built integration to Oracle programs, as well as uses technologies such as AJAX and in-line edit.


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