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What is it about us human beings? We have two beautiful breeds: a Poodle and a Labrador. Then, somebody feels the need to create a Labradoodle? (Though they are pretty cute!). Or we invent an electric car, but cannot let go of our reliance on the infrastructure, so we then invent a hybrid car. With... more
The Author, James Purchase, Vice President of Business Development, oversees various responsibilities in client services, partner relations, sales engineering, and business solutions. In his 12-year tenure at Attensity, Mr. Purchase brings tremendous product knowledge to this role, as well as a strong background in computer science and computational linguistics. Prior to Attensity, Mr. Purchase was... more
According to Bluewolf’s The State of Salesforce Report, a survey of more than 1,500 Salesforce customers, more than two-thirds of companies reported that they are planning to increase their investment in analytics. This is consistent with the previous year’s report and signals that companies are continuing to experiment with ways to get more out of... more
It’s true. Cloud technology is transforming the way companies do business and is the preferred choice for enterprises large and small, from financial services to government when it comes to adopting enterprise software going forward. This is also true in today’s Healthcare industry. According to a 2014 HIMSS Analytics Cloud Survey, 83% of IT executives... more
A friend of mine recently reached out to me about some advice on CRM solutions in the market. Though I have not worked for a CRM vendor, I’ve had both direct experience working for companies that implemented such solutions to my current role interacting with large and small organizations regarding their data requirements to support... more
If you’ve been working in the government sector for any amount of time, you had to see the advent of the “hybrid cloud” coming. Like all new technologies, when first introduced, “the cloud” was the answer to all your IT woes. It is cheaper, more reliable, infinitely scalable, instantly adaptable, and so on. But, as... more