Category: CRM Asia

Commence writes minimalist press release

CRM software provider Commence Corporation has announced that it will be expanding its operations in India, and, um, that’s about it. Sure, we know Commence “will now be expanded to include additional development, marketing and sale of Commence products for the Indian market,” but no numbers forthcame today…

CDC repurchasing away

CDC Corporation announced today that as of May 1, the company had repurchased 6,936,624 common shares for $35,604,235, an average price of $5.13 in the past 365 days. The board of directors has approved an additional share repurchase program which authorizes the repurchase of up to $20 million of the company’s common shares for twelve […]

How do you say “software development” in Russian?

The folks at Terrasoft have announced the presentation of “The advantages and peculiarities of CRM in software developing companies” by direct sales executive Serge Ganshyn at the sixth Independent Software Developer Forum to be held in Moscow April 27-29. Ganshyn seeks to address topics including building CRM processes in software developing business, creating the optimal […]

Big News

The People’s Daily online is reporting that The Big Country will soon be home to its fifth branch of The Big Company. (Oracle Corp. that is…) The IT development center will open in Xi’an, capital city of Shannxi province, and joins Oracle’s Chinese facilities in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Chengdu. First established in The Big […]

Sage in India

Sage Software India closed its week with the announcement that Barco Electronic Systems has selected Sage Accpac ERP. The ERP will be implemented by Delhi-based Partner Across Domain Solutions Private Limited. (Not a very catchy name there…) The application seeks to assist Barco in automating its financial and operational processes. Modules to be implemented include […]

Sophos vs. the Trojans (and worms and spyware and…)

Sophos announced today that Asian CRM biggie CDC Software has selected Sophos to protect all tiers of its network against viruses, Trojans, worms, spyware, adware, potentially unwanted applications, and hackers. (Guardian at the proverbial virtual gates, eh?) Under terms of the agreement running until 2010, up to 2000 CDC Software employees will be protected at […]

RS hopes Pivotal proves pivotal

CDC Software, that wholly owned subsidiary of CDC Corporation and provider of enterprise software applications, announced today that RS Components Hong Kong has selected he Pivotal suite of CRM applications for its fourteen offices throughout the Asia Pacific area. RS will be using Pivotal CRM to manage and track customer services including contact and activity […]

On Sicbo, Macau, and PacificNet

PacificNet, Inc., a leading provider of Customer Relationship Management, mobile internet, e-commerce and gaming technology in China, announced subsidiary PacificNet Games Limited’s (or PacGames) launch of a new line of gaming products called the Multiplayer Electronic Table Game Series at the 6th International Gaming & Entertainment Expo in Macau, China, last week. (“The first time,” […]

“Oki dokey,” says Suzuki

Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd. kicked off its week with the announcement of a big sale of OKI’s Ctstage to Suzuki Motor Corp. for its contact center system. TechMatrix Corp. built the system, which is linked with their FastHelp CRM package. Suzuki’s contact center was formerly a PBX-based system, which required a steady increase in […]

The pride of Turkey

An interesting first was recorded today, and kudos for the folks at Turkcell for doing so. Turkcell is proclaiming itself as – get this – the “pride of Turkey” for bagging the Gartner EMEA CRM Excellence Award by dint of its CRM program “Journey to/with the Customer.” The CRM projects conducted under “Journey,” which Turkcell […]