He never seemed to miss a call on the way up. And he never thought a downturn could last this long. [...]... and that's just the beginning.
[W]hen asked for detail on potential sales leads, Siebel lets loose a whopper that would have been unthinkable even a year ago, when he was still ridiculing other CEOs for not having "visibility" into their businesses, presumably because they didn't use Siebel software. "We don't really have a thorough analysis of the pipeline here with us today," he replies.
Tom Siebel saying he hasn't brought along an analysis of how sales are shaping up? That's a little like Yo-Yo Ma neglecting to pack his cello for an appearance with the philharmonic.
The Register just reported that Siebel 7 performance issues revealed by user
Rumors of performance issues with the Siebel 7.0 client, which have been circulating for several months, were yesterday confirmed by one of Siebel Systems Incs' biggest customers.But all is not grey, last on the list from the Moreover.com CRM News Channel this morning was Line56 reporting that Siebel Upgrade Packed with Process
During a presentation outlining Reuters Ltd's migration from version 6.3 of the Siebel software to Siebel 7, at the company's UK user group conference, Reuters' ecommerce director Dave Weller revealed that, in general, response times at the desktop using Siebel 7.0 were slower than they were under Reuters' previous implementation, version 6.3.
I shall look forward to diving into the integration-part...
Version 7.5 also offers better integration with other applications[...]
Siebel Systems today started shipping a new version of its CRM application that offers hundreds of embedded business practices and new functionality for multichannel management of sales, marketing, service, partners, and employees.
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