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Published By: Webtrends     Published Date: Jun 02, 2010
To succeed in mobile marketing, analytics must play a crucial role in the development of strategy and prioritizations of marketing spend. But this rigor isn't being consistently applied to this rapidly growing, emerging channel.
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webtrends, mobile strategy, digital marketing, process, customer experience, multi-channel marketing, business intelligence, customer intelligence, mobile analytics, mobile apps, sms
    
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Published By: SAP Inc.     Published Date: Jun 16, 2009
This white paper presents IDC’s framework for implementing operational excellence (op ex) and helps the reader move toward an effective op ex implementation while avoiding potential pitfalls.
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sap, operational excellence, op ex, internal assessment, competitive benchmarking, resource prioritization, enterprise applications
    
SAP Inc.
Published By: Quocirca     Published Date: Mar 20, 2008
After years of uncontrolled growth, many data centers face a crisis as they run into space and power constraints. While remedies exist, present business practices do not encourage the prioritization of power reduction within one of the most power hungry areas of a business — the data center.
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quocirca, scalability, power, data centre, data center, servers, network management, it management, ups, server hardware, data center design and management
    
Quocirca
Published By: ZIGZAG Marketing, Inc.     Published Date: Feb 13, 2007
Product planning is nothing less than an exercise in prioritization. There are always a hundred things you need, but it boils down to the ten you can get done. So the question becomes, which ten best help your cause?
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product development, product marketing, product planning, features, zigzag
    
ZIGZAG Marketing, Inc.
Published By: ZIGZAG Marketing, Inc.     Published Date: Feb 13, 2007
Product planning is nothing less than an exercise in prioritization. There are always a hundred things you need, but it boils down to the ten you can get done. So the question becomes, which ten best help your cause?
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product development, product marketing, product planning, features, product lifecycle management, zigzag
    
ZIGZAG Marketing, Inc.
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