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Monday’s Musings: Q1 2011 State of Social CRM and CRM From An EMEA Point Of View

Greeting from London!  It’s been a great surprise to enjoy the sunny and warm weather (by UK standards) as I readjust my body clock.  Thankfully, I’ve had a chance to catch up with a few new and old clients, several analysts, media moguls, and in real life meetups w/ close relationships (i.e. @grahamhill and @buchanla) […]

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Posted by R "Ray" Wang on January 31, 2011

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Event Report: Oracle Open World Day 1- The Word On The Street Report

Day 1 Brings 40,000 Oracle Faithful Into San Francisco For Red Stack Indoctrination (Source: R Wang & Software Insider POV, Copyright © 2009  All rights reserved.) Interesting tidbits from Day 1 include: Oracle tells SaaS providers they can use a new SaaS/Cloud computing model to purchase a limited number of Oracle products in a “pay […]

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Posted by R "Ray" Wang on October 12, 2009

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Event Report: Oracle Open World Day 1- Partner News

Oracle Gets More Serious About Meeting Partner Needs (Source: R Wang & Software Insider POV, Copyright © 2009  All rights reserved.) Oracle Open World kicked off today with major announcements that beef up the 21,000 member strong Oracle Partner program.   Throughout the day, Oracle executives kept reminding everyone that path to success would be […]

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Posted by R "Ray" Wang on October 11, 2009

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Trip Report: India December 2008 – Sentiments From Bangalore

(Photo: The “new” modern and spacious Bengaluru (BLR) airport.  Copyright © 2008 R Wang. All rights reserved.) New airport symbolic of Bengaluru’s on-going transformation. Arrival into Bangalore was quite a treat with mild 75 degree (25C) weather, less humidity, and a spanking new airport built by Zurich Airport, Siemens and India’s renown Larsen & Toubro […]

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Posted by R "Ray" Wang on December 4, 2008

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Trip Report: India December 2008 – Measuring the Mood in Mumbai

(Photo: The “average” tree in the middle of a recently constructed Mumbai highway.  Copyright © 2008 R Wang. All rights reserved.) Terrorist attacks impact business travellers but not locales and battle hardened road warriors The trip to India was a tough decision to make.  After intense discussions with the family, I left for the airport […]

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Posted by R "Ray" Wang on December 2, 2008

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