But for You I’ll Charge an Additional 10 Percent
Pricing software can spot pointless discounts and other profit-killers, but it isn't cheap.
Why Do They Buy?
New technology can help marketers understand a bit more about what makes consumers open their wallets, but advertising remains a black art.
What’s the Big Idea?
A new breed of product portfolio management software promises to help companies pick a winner.
Frustrated by chasing down endless — and endlessly changing — information, some corporations are turning to RSS technology.
The Joy of Text
Valuable information lurks in ''unstructured'' data, and new tools can help companies extract it.
An Ounce of Retention
Nudged by regulators and litigators, companies are making new investments in electronic records management.
Six Degrees of Cooperation
If it's who you know that counts, social-networking software will make sure your colleagues know them, too.
Gremlin in the Works
It's almost impossible to figure ROI for information security investments. But as supply chains become more complex and business partners become more connected, IT security is increasingly the concern of the CFO.