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CRM Market Share

  • CRM Software Market Share Leaders (2007) – Shawn Hannon
    Writer Shawn Hannon takes a look at CRM Software Market, with Inputs from Gartner’s on 2006-07 revenue analysis figures, of  The Big 5 CRM vendors as compared to other smaller vendors and the total industry strength, comprehensive analysis of  CRM industry with comparison of  industry revenue and  measuring growth in CRM market (2006-07).
  • Gartner: CRM Market to Grow 14 Percent in 2008 – 24/4/2008- Chris Kanaracus,
    Prediction is based on preliminary sales figures for 2007, Growth is being driven by SAAS product sales, which took an estimated 14 percent of the market in 2007, with rising demand for CRM technology in emerging markets, reasons why Big CRM vendors investing heavily in acquiring smaller lesser known vendor to add to their portfolio.

  • Gartner Says Worldwide CRM Market Grew 12.5 Percent in 2008 – STAMFORD, Conn., 15/7/2009
    This release by Gartner, looks at how Despite financial market volatility, the worldwide CRM market enjoyed its fifth consecutive year of double-digit growth, with statistics on Worldwide Vendor Revenue Estimates for Total CRM Software, it easily explains how Western economies, emerging markets are growing rapidly using aid of CRM technology.
  • SAP Could Lose More Share in the CRM Software Market – June 14th, 2010 – Trefis Team
    a look at how current CRM market leader SAP, could lose its edge to rivals Microsoft, Oracle, & Salesforce.com, giving proper explanations to this prediction and a note of factors  that might affect SAP’s current position, with rivals making l acquisition’s in the segment.


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