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For b-to-b channel suppliers, collecting and using point-of-sale (POS) data from their partners is critical to channel visibility and sales effectiveness. But the utility of that data plummets when it becomes disorganized, duplicative and difficult to use. Can channel data management (CDM) technology help?
Every marketer has their favorite piece of content.
Sure, like children, you love them all, and you’ve invested a lot of time into most...but deep down you know that one has outperformed the rest.
Zyme, the market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), has announced its first European customer networking event in Denmark.
How will the channel change in 2017?
Vendors' crystal balls have seen a lot over the past few weeks.
Content marketing isn’t unique.
And you’re hearing that from a company that eats, sleeps, and breathes content.
The coming year will usher in a new, close-knit relationship between manufacturers and resellers based on the rapidly growing volume and frequency of data available from the channel.
Zyme, a provider of channel data management (CDM), has added Perks, Steelwedge, and Xactly to the Zyme Connect Partner Program, allowing users of those companies' products to leverage Zyme's channel data via ZymeConnect APIs
Zyme, the market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of channel data management (CDM), today announced the addition of several new partners to the Zyme Connect Partner Program, including Perks, Steelwedge and Xactly.
Channel data management system providers and industry observers believe vendors are overpaying their reseller and distributor partners because they can't capture solid sales data.
Zyme, the market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), has today announced that it has been recognised for its innovative technology in the Thames Valley Business Awards.
Zyme CEO believes his music appeals to all ages because of wide repertoire
Zyme, the market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of channel data management (CDM), today announced the expanded speaker lineup for its upcoming Global Channel Data Management Summit New York City, featuring executives from several Fortune 500 companies.
Zyme, the market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of channel data management (CDM), has been selected as a vendor in the new SiriusDecisions Marketplace™ category for CDM.
Channel data is not new, but according to one expert the importance of proper channel data analysis and attribution will be key as merchants and brands head into 2017.
Channel partners are an important part of any digital business strategy, but also important is managing the data these channel partners offer. Here are three tips for better channel data management.
Zyme, the market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of channel data management (CDM), today announced that it has been named to the San Francisco Bay Area's Best and Brightest Companies to Work For® annual list.
Customer and advertising data can help businesses better target campaigns and increase revenue, but improper management of data can do a lot of harm. One expert believes channel data management is key for businesses. Here's why.
Companies have realized enormous success by creating complex supply chains to build and deliver their products to market with maximum efficiency.
Denmark based audio-visual equipment maker uses cloud-based channel management software to give it the sales insight it needs to make better decisions
Ashish Shete talks about how CDM implementation help companies with insights on robust omni-channel presence across channels and increase the ROI
Zyme, the market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of channel data management (CDM), today announced it will be showcasing the zyme cloud platform 3.0 and highlighting zymeIncentivesSM for Salesforce at Dreamforce 2016.
Zyme offers a Saas platform to vendors that collates data from its distributors.
IT vendors are trapped in a “painful” cycle of paying their channel partners for non-existent sales, according to CEO of US software company, Zyme.
Zyme a leader in the rapidly growing discipline of channel data management (CDM), is bringing channel data to life through a strategic partnership with Qlik®, a leader in visual analytics.
Zyme now integrates with Qlik Sense to deliver robust channel visibility on any device.
Zyme, the market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of channel data management (CDM), is bringing channel data to life through a strategic partnership with Qlik®, a leader in visual analytics.
Cloud-based data platform Zyme, that offers channel data management (CDM), has signed a partnership with Qlik, that provides data visualization services and analytics. According to the agreement, Zyme will leverage Qlik’s Sense platform to extend data visualization tools to its customers.
With customers interested in getting more out of their data, the channel data management (CDM) company Zyme is bolstering its partnership with data visualization company Qlik.
Companies often rely on partners’ and distributors’ purchase order for insights. However, that data is inadequate for true channel intelligence.
Zyme, the market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of channel data management (CDM), is bringing channel data to life through a strategic partnership with Qlik®, a leader in visual analytics.
Find out what this Silicon Valley company and it’s CEO are doing differently. CEO Chandran Sankaran shares his amazing story of success that came from failure and how to rethink what you’re doing as a start-up. Why having lots of seed money isn’t a key to success and can in fact be a factor in failure.
Big data isn’t really about the data – it’s about the questions we ask, and how we ask them. The era of big data is evolving rapidly. Today it’s moving beyond the complexities of data analytics, and, like all things tech, it’s moving from the domain of a back-end priesthood of specialists to the front line of business users.
According to CompTIA, estimates show upwards of two-thirds of IT products and services sold to U.S. businesses either flow through or are influenced by indirect channels, including a network of retailers, e-tailers, resellers and distributors. There is no question that these channel-driven companies must ensure that their partner management processes are optimized.
It’s easy to analyze your own data, but what happens when there are simply too many data sources from a wide variety of platforms with no common API?
Manufacturers today predominantly sell their products through a multi-level, indirect channel. This includes physical channels (distributors, resellers, etc.), as well as ecommerce channels, requiring manufacturers to devise an omni-channel sales strategy. Unfortunately, due to the low-quality data that comes back from the channel, these companies have an incomplete view into their sales, end-customers and the marketplace. This incomplete view hinders the formulation of an omni-channel strategy, and creates a “ripple effect” of adverse business consequences across the organization.
I spent the last 20 years in high tech marketing before my position as Zyme’s Vice President of Marketing. Most recently I served as the Vice President of Marketing at Quorum, where I built out corporate, field, channel and international marketing programs and led my team to generate over 150 percent growth in enterprise sales.
Zyme, the market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), has today shared research findings which suggest that 78% of UK vendors expect the Internet of Things (IoT) to have a significant impact on their ability to gather customer insights data across the supply chain.
Until recently, in order to understand customer buying behaviour and patterns, product companies relied primarily on data collected either from their own internal sales, financial or technical support applications or market research firms.
The annual Golden Bridge Awards program encompasses the world’s best in organizational performance, innovations, products and services, executives and management teams, women in business and the professions, innovations, best deployments, product management, public relations, marketing and customer satisfaction programs from every major industry in the world.
Previous to the official launch of the new version of Zyme’s solution, I had the opportunity to chat and be briefed by Ashish Shete, VP of Products and Engineering at Zyme, in regard to version 3.0 of what Zyme describes as its channel data management (CDM) solution platform.
Problem: Companies selling through the channel work with retailers, e-tailers, resellers and distributors, and as a result, they can easily lose touch with the lifeblood of their business – the end customer.
The sales channel’s increasing complexity has changed how the indirect channel looks. It’s larger, it’s in the cloud, and there’s a lot of data coming from many different sources and through many different apps, from point-of-sale through a growing partner network, and back to the OEM.
The desire to make effective and profitable business decisions based on actionable insight is quite rightly top of everyone’s agenda. Companies are working harder than ever to capture and analyse data about every aspect of the business in order to improve customer experience, refine business processes and drive sales.
The U.S. Department of Commerce reports that only 7.8% of total U.S. Q1 2016 retail sales came from e-Commerce. This percentage challenges e-retailers to get more creative with their sales channels, particularly for their private-label products.
Reading, UK – July 12 2016, Zyme, the market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), has today shared research findings which indicate that consumer technology brands are concerned that current IT systems and processes in place with partners are failing to capture, and report on, all necessary information on customer behaviour.
Companies that sell through indirect channels have historically left marketing departments with very little hard intelligence about the work they do. Real-time data is being used to drive almost every decision across the enterprise, but marketers in these enterprises often miss a critical piece of the puzzle: accurate and detailed channel sales data.
Opinions about the speed at which customer relationship management (CRM) is evolving into an “omni-channel experience” vary hugely across Europe, depending on whom you ask.
The zyme cloud platform 3.0 enables global enterprises to optimize the performance of distribution channels through timely, actionable intelligence.
Channel Data Management (CDM) company Zyme has launched a new cloud-based platform to help IT vendors improve transparency within their distribution channels.
Zyme, the market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of channel data management (CDM), today announced the launch of the zyme cloud platform 3.0, the world’s most advanced cloud platform that powers the New Smart ChannelSM.
Enterprise cloud solutions have reached the mainstream, with solutions to support your CRM or IT operations as a whole that are here to stay. These “as-a-service” offerings provide the opportunity to modernize workflows, improve efficiency and overall performance.
Companies selling IT solutions via channel partners can easily find that they spend all their time dealing with resellers and distributors, and consequently lose touch with their end users.
Channel Data management (CDM) company, Zyme has launched its cloud platform 3.0 to help global B2B and B2C enterprises monitor and optimize the performance of their distribution channels through business intelligence.
Zyme, which offers channel data management (CDM), has announced the launch of the zyme cloud platform 3.0.
Zyme, a provider of channel data management (CDM), has launched the zyme cloud platform 3.0, powering the New Smart Channel to help companies optimize the performance of distribution channels through timely, actionable intelligence.
The market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of channel data management (CDM), today announced the launch of the zyme cloud platform 3.0, the world’s most advanced cloud platform that powers the New Smart ChannelSM.
Zyme, the provider of channel data management (CDM), today announced the launch of the zyme cloud platform 3.0, the advanced cloud platform that powers the New Smart ChannelSM
Zyme, has announced the launch of the cloud platform 3.0, a cloud platform that powers the New Smart ChannelSM.
The channel data management (CDM) industry is rapidly growing as today’s resellers and service providers struggle to keep track of end customers that work in multiple verticals, are at various stages in the buying journey and may subscribe to different variations of a channel partner’s suite of offerings.
Consumers are always at the center point in any business landscape. The growing proliferation of technology has empowered them significantly. With better access to information and more options available than ever, consumers have become increasingly particular about their preferences.
The market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of channel data management(CDM), today announced that Network Products Guide, the industry 's leading technology research and advisory guide, has named Zyme a Gold winner in the 11th Annual 2016 IT World Awards® in the Best Products and Services category for Cloud and SaaS.
Companies selling through the channel work mainly with resellers and distributors and as a result, they can easily lose touch with the lifeblood of their business – the end customer.
Chandran Shankaran, CEO and Founder, Zyme Solutions Inc. was featured in Crain's Silicon Valley's ongoing series, where executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders are asked about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy.
At any given moment, there is $1 trillion of inventory across the planet, flowing through the indirect sales channels serving high-value tech and industrial categories – if you could see it.
Zyme, the market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), has today released research findings that show Digital Intelligence to be the new battleground for brands wanting to exceed consumer expectations and gain increased levels of customer confidence online.
Summer is a time to kick back, relax, and read a book. (And maybe try to figure out how to work a few hours less during the week.) These entrepreneurs have already picked the books they want to read. Steal their idea? Sure.
Zyme, the market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of channel data management (CDM), is uncovering a critical blind spot for enterprises that rely heavily on channel sales but lack insight into the activities of their partners, distributors and ultimately, customers.
Zyme named as the winner of the Silver Stevie® Award in the Company of the Year category in the 14th Annual American Business Awards
The direct relationship between manufacturer and customer forms the basis of much of today's marketing, and old-school instincts have been replaced with big data and analytics. Information on who you are selling to, what their preferences may be, where they live, and what other products they may need to complement the ones you've already sold them, is what drives growth. Sophisticated CRM systems manage those customer relationships, and present tremendous volumes of data-driven reports to help build a fact-based strategy.
Channel Data Management (CDM) – a sophisticated discipline for collecting and analyzing data from indirect sales channels and using it to make informed decisions about inventory, supply chain, and marketing – has an essential and innovative role to play in enabling a higher level of end-customer visibility in the emerging Customer Experience (CX) movement.
When a manufacturer's supply chain encompasses potentially hundreds of channel partners and distribution points, and each with a separate warehouse, tracking inventory can become problematic despite their best efforts and use of state-of-the-art ERP systems.
Zyme, the market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), will discuss how companies selling products through distribution channels can create benefit across their entire value chain by increasing customer visibility by leveraging a Channel Data Management solution.
Zyme, the market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), will discuss how the Internet of Things (IoT) will converge manufacturer-to-end customer supply chains with critical implications for traditional IT sales channels.
Schneider Electric ITB, a growing part of one of the world’s largest and most successful energy management and automation companies, has selected Zyme’s cloud-based Channel Data Management solution to achieve mastery of its sales channels through increased visibility into sales and inventory data across the entire company.
Channel Data Management (CDM) gives manufacturers and their channel partners new insights into every part of the sales cycle. But, to achieve clear analysis to fuel every channel decision requires innovation, technology, and a willingness to change.
Cloud technology and global data have opened up a world of opportunity for manufacturers who sell into retail (B2C) and industrial (B2B) channels. These organizations can attribute much of their success to their channel partners – distributors and resellers – who help move the goods from the manufacturing plant to the shelves of online and physical stores and on to end customers. This behind-the-scenes community bases its own financial health on the efficient management of data regarding items shipped, inventories available, commission structures, and much more.
Zyme, the market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), has today announced that B&O PLAY has signed an agreement to deploy Zyme’s cloud-based CDM solution. The first phase of the initial roll out will be completed by the close of March 2016 but the overall implementation, which will be global, will run until the end of May 2016.
CIOStory focuses on the disruptive power of technology, and consistently features companies that have built better growth models with innovative enterprise solutions. CIOStory serves as an authoritative information source for decision makers striving to identify and rank top-performing companies critical to technology-driven businesses.
The India Testing Awards represent a competition of epic proportions, coordinated by UNICOM. The awards recognise those organisations that have stepped away from legacy tools and processes to create testing programs that define the future of IT software development, services, and support.
CIOStory has named Zyme an "IoT Technology Leader" in their 2015 Special Edition on IoT Technology.
Your customer-relationship-management (CRM) and sales-force-automation (SFA) systems have been in place for over a decade, and your marketing group relies heavily on analytics from the marketing automation system you implemented a few years ago. As an IT professional, are you feeling that your sales and marketing groups should be “set” for a while?
Many hardware vendors don’t trust the accuracy of the data from their channel partners, according to new research released today.
“Historically, the belief is that by enticing channel partners with tangible financial rewards, attention by those same partners will be refocused on a specific product or line… (but) when we dig deeper into the effectiveness of channel incentives, we find a huge hole exists when it comes to billions of dollars that are simply unaccounted for.”
Zyme, the market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), has today highlighted the growing issue that UK hardware companies are making sales decisions based on inaccurate data from channel partners.
As a former manufacturer, the term “channel incentives” sends painful pulses down my spine.
Zyme, the clear leader in the rapidly growing discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), has emerged as the only true CDM provider operating across multiple vertical industries, with a complete channel data management solution that enables immediate and accurate channel data acquisition, validation, and enrichment.
Gartner’s Data Center Infrastructure and Operations Management Conference on December 7 in Las Vegas includes a presentation by Ashish Shete, vice president of products and engineering at Zyme in Redwood City, Calif., the leading developer of Channel Data Management (CDM) solutions.
If you’re responsible for IT infrastructure decisions in this era of the cloud, then you’re on an intensely paced journey. One company that’s made great advances on its complex IT path – and has many critical lessons to share – is Zyme, a leader in Channel Data Management (CDM) solutions.
Manufacturers who sell through distributors, integrators, resellers, and retailers have traditionally leveraged intuitive, sometimes informal sales processes, driven by sales people who earned their stripes on the battlefield of person-to-person relationships.
More than two thirds of those interviewed by Zyme felt that effective channel data management would ultimately give them a greater sense of control over their business.
Zyme, the market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), has today shared research findings which show that UK hardware companies will be taking a closer look at their routes to market in 2016 – with 67% of respondents stating that they would like to understand more about their channel partners, and channel marketing expenditure.
Channel data management (CDM) specialist Zyme’s latest research shows increased pressure on UK hardware companies to accurately measure channel performance.
Zyme, the market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), has today released research findings which suggest that existing channel strategies, and resulting communications, will be under increased scrutiny from business stakeholders in 2016.
While interactions between manufacturers and their channel partners have largely remained unchanged for decades, the business world is now entering a transformative stage.
Zyme, the clear leader in the rapidly growing discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), empowering the New Smart Channel™, has been selected for a 2015 Ventana Research Technology Innovation Award for its innovative solutions.
The cloud and Internet of Things (IoT) are creating new business possibilities for value-added resellers (VARs), systems integrators (SIs) and other solution providers despite past predictions of the “disintermediation of the channel.”
Zyme, the global leader in Channel Data Management (CDM), today announced that Nick Andrews has joined the Company's executive leadership team, following his promotion to General Manager for EMEA & India.
THINKstrategies, Inc., the leading strategic consulting company focused on the business implications of the Cloud Computing market, has named Zyme a winner of the Best of SaaS Showplace (BoSS) Award.
THINKstrategies announced today Zyme has been named a winner of the Best of SaaS Showplace (BoSS) Award.This program promotes the measurable business benefits delivered by today’s Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions.
Zyme, the global leader in channel data management (CDM) and a Bronze Sponsor of Dreamforce ’15, has enhanced its ChannelView Suite of Channel Data Management (CDM) applications, available on the Salesforce AppExchange for users of Salesforce CRM.
Zyme, the clear leader in the rapidly growing channel data management (CDM) industry empowering the New Smart Channel™, has received the Stevie® Award for “Company of the Year - Computer Software” in the 12th Annual International Business Awards.
Superior Channel Visibility, More Complete and Accurate Data, Larger Global Footprint, Instant Data Validation, Faster Channel Dataflow Feedback, Greater Scalability and Availability, Stronger Security, Lower Cost of Ownership, and Better Overall ROI – Only from Zyme
manufacturers have lived without information about what is happening downstream in their indirect sales channels, and have built business processes with lots of "padding" for what they could not see.
Beginning in the early 1980’s, innovative manufacturers permitted, either consciously or subconsciously, outsiders into their companies. They allowed those outsiders to gain increasing control over sales and distribution activities.
Zyme, the market leader in the emerging discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), has been featured in a new business management book by award-winning authors Dr. Andrew R. Thomas and Dr. Timothy J. Wilkinson. 'The Customer Trap: How to Avoid the Biggest Mistake in Business,' helps decision-makers avoid common business mistakes – errors that risk vital customer relationships, brand value, and profits.
Zyme, market leader in the emerging solution category for enterprises of Channel Data Management (CDM), with global headquarters in Redwood Shores, California, has announced that Product Management and IT teams from the company’s office in Bengaluru, India, have been awarded top prizes in two major IT and design contests.
Retailers analyze customer data for sales insights, but such data is largely invisible to OEMs. The emerging discipline of channel data management hopes to change that.
As we talk to business leaders around the world, it is clear that many of them realize a fundamental shift has occurred: Power has transferred from those who create innovative products and services to Mega-Customers, who are increasingly in control of the global marketplace.
Opinion: With only 10 percent of vendors using CDM, is the channel missing a trick?
Vendors often rely on distributors and resellers to act as their extended sales channels but managing relationships across these groups has traditionally been an unscientific, ad hoc process.
Zyme, the global leader in the rapidly growing discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), has announced that Honeywell has selected Zyme’s cloud-based CDM solution to achieve greater visibility into its extended distribution channels around the world, and automate partner incentives validation.
Zyme, the global leader in the rapidly growing discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), has announced that GoPro, the maker of extreme action, high-definition personal cameras, is deploying Zyme’s cloud-based Channel Data Management platform to validate and enrich channel sales and inventory data, and deliver real-time intelligence to executive decision makers.
Analysis by a major global consulting firm reveals that high-tech companies frequently and significantly overpay their resellers across a broad range of incentives programs, including coop marketing, partner compensation, and rebates.
Zyme has created a completely new approach to the channel and channel data, one that introduces levels of downstream visibility and transparency never before possible.
I don’t care what business you’re in, there are always people who get more than they deserve. Every occupation, from football to fund management, has its share of inexplicably feted fools. Some of these self-publicists incur massive losses for their employer, but somehow emerge unscathed from the wreckage and get themselves a new, even better paid job. As a rule, they're generally good at two things: networking and notworking.
Many of today’s sales channels were established prior to the era of ubiquitous Internet, email, ERP, CRM and cloud; thus, many executives operate on the assumption that they can’t know everything about what’s happening downstream.
A recent survey conducted by Cypress Consulting reveals significant dissatisfaction among technology manufacturers’ sales and marketing staff members with the capabilities of their current IT systems for channel management.
A 2015 survey conducted by analysts at Cypress Consulting reveals significant dissatisfaction amongst network equipment vendors' sales and marketing staff with the capabilities of their current IT systems for channel management.
Zyme, the leader in the rapidly growing discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), invites media representatives to join industry professionals in attending Zyme's "Lunch and Learn" event at Morton's Steakhouse in San Jose on March 19, 2015. Speakers include Dean Fjelstul, Channel Operations leader, formerly Logitech and Barnes and Noble, and Neena Pandey, Senior Product Marketing Manager for Zyme.
Managing extended sales channels — the distributors and resellers who deliver products to end customers — has been a largely intuitive process, relying on ‘hip pocket’ estimates, lacking in visibility and accountability, and too often isolated from central enterprise supply chain planning.
Channel data management (CDM) is helping businesses fine-tune their business operations, especially in areas of supply chain management. It allows companies to better understand how their products are moving off store shelves and in which locations those products sell well or don't sell at all, with all of that data available immediately and anywhere, thanks to the cloud.
Within its go-to-market structure, Motorola Solutions manages a global channel program called “Partner Empower,” designed to allow distributors, resellers, and sales representatives to know exactly how they are performing at any moment in time.
Infobright, the database analytics platform for the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced that Zyme, the global leader in the emerging Channel Data Management (CDM) solution space, turned to Infobright Enterprise Edition (IEE) to power the Zyme Reports system to perform accelerated data loads and return results faster on complex analytical queries.
Zyme, the global leader in the emerging channel data management (CDM) market, is expanding the resources and staff that deliver and support its solutions to large consumer electronics companies, technology manufacturers, industrial automation vendors, and other global enterprises.
During the latter half of the twentieth century, the ideas of W. Edwards Deming and other engineers and statisticians transformed manufacturing – first in Japan and then worldwide. Deming and his followers advocated the reform of management through the rapid flow of information along production lines to managers and upstream to suppliers. This flow of information, by physical tickets such as Kanban in pre-computer days, is not enough, however. Deming urged the use of innovative statistical methods to discover sources of product variation.
Zyme, the global leader in the emerging channel data management (CDM) solution space and a Bronze Sponsor of Dreamforce ’14, announced today the launch of its ChannelView-Pipeline Application, soon to be available on Salesforce AppExchange, empowering businesses to connect with customers, partners, and employees in a whole new way. Zyme’s ChannelView Suite includes ChannelView-POS, -Pipeline, -Rebates, -MDF, and -Loyalty – all built on the Salesforce Platform, the social, mobile, and cloud customer platform built to transform sales, service, and marketing.
Gaining deep visibility into sales channels and a timely understanding of every detail about product shipments is essential to modern businesses. Granular knowledge – about what items were sold, who sold them, who bought them, where they are now, and whether they’re being returned – gives manufacturers an edge in optimizing the final mile of the supply chain.
Zyme, the global leader in the emerging channel data management (CDM) solution space has been selected to participate in a special Manufacturing Industries Zone at Dreamforce ’14, hosted by salesforce.com from October 13 through 16 in San Francisco.
Zyme, the leader in the rapidly expanding discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), has taken another step to ensure the industry’s most complete and accurate CDM solutions and expert services for its clients. No other CDM vendor can equal Zyme in global reach, speed of data collection, flexibility, scalability, quality of support, return on investment, and accuracy of channel data.
Recognized for leadership in Channel Data Management, and Enabling Sales and Channel Driven Enterprises
The International Business (Stevie) Awards are the world’s premier business awards program. All individuals and organizations worldwide – public and private, large and small, are eligible to submit nominations. The 2014 IBAs received entries from more than 60 nations and territories.
Zyme Solutions has been named the winner of a Bronze Stevie® Award in the Best Business Intelligence Solutions category in the 11th Annual International Business Awards.
Zyme, the leader in the rapidly expanding discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), continues to win the confidence and loyalty of some of the world’s most successful technology companies with a fast, flexible, massively scalable global platform precisely tailored for their channels.
When vendors sell through channels, they sometimes don’t have a clear picture of partner demand generation and sales performance.
If your company manufactures products sold through distribution, your marketing organization will one day ask you to help select and implement a comprehensive data management solution to collect, analyze, and act upon point-of-sale information and other valuable market intelligence collected from your sales channels – the distributors and resellers who deliver your products to end customers.
Zyme Solutions, the leader in the rapidly expanding discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), has been shortlisted by CIO Review as one of the 100 Most Promising Technology Companies of 2014.
Access Intelligence, with headquarters in Rockville, Maryland, this week published an article describing how Motorola is optimizing the accuracy of the sales data it collects from its extended channels using the TrueData™ CDM platform from Zyme Solutions of Redwood Shores, CA. The article appeared in the Access Intelligence publication “Chief Marketer.”
Zyme, the leader in the rapidly expanding discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), today announced it is working with Sungard Availability ServicesTM (Sungard AS), a leading provider of information availability through managed IT, cloud and recovery services – to provide Zyme’s customers with Recover to Cloud Services hosted by Sungard AS, and backed by a geographically-diverse disaster recovery deployment.
One of the world’s leading telecom organizations has invested heavily in channel data management, and is realizing an excellent ROI. Within its go-to-market structure, Motorola manages a global channel program called “Partner Empower,” that enables channel partners and sales representative to know exactly how they are performing at any moment in time.
Sungard Availability Services (Sungard AS), a leading provider of information availability through managed IT, cloud and recovery services, today announced it is working with Zyme Solutions – a global leader in the emerging channel data management (CDM) space – to provide Zyme’s customers with Recover2Cloud® Services hosted in the Sungard AS cloud and backed by a geographically-diverse disaster recovery deployment.
Zyme Solutions, the leader in the rapidly expanding discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), announced today that Network Products Guide, the industry's leading technology research and advisory guide, has named Zyme a finalist for the Ninth Annual 2014 Hot Companies and Best Products Awards in the 'Hot Technologies' category.
Zyme Solutions Founder Chandran Sankaran goes on the record about Channel Data Management Best Practices, and the Extreme ROI that can be achieved
An interview with Zyme CEO, Chandran Sankaran and Steve Prentice of CloudTweaks.
Zyme Solutions, the leader in the rapidly expanding discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), has been selected as a finalist for Red Herring's Top 100 North America award, a prestigious list honoring the year’s most promising private technology ventures from the North American business region.
Zyme, the leader in the rapidly growing discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), invites media representatives to gain valuable insights from experts attending the Channel Focus North America 2014 Annual Conference organized by Baptie & Company in Phoenix from April 22 to 24, 2014.
A joint Webinar with Motorola on how global enterprises can leverage Channel Data Management (CDM) to more accurately assign credit for the channel sales transactions and better fulfill their strategic objectives.
Zyme and Channelinsight have reached a resolution to their dispute regarding United States Patent No. 8,296,258 B2 (the "'258 Patent").
New Channel-Savvy Customers, New Executive Team Members, Market Validation from Leading Researchers, Highlight a Very Successful Year
Highlights research showing that inefficiency within channel incentive programs is staggering.
Customers and channel partners can now manage rebates, MDF and loyalty programs end-to-end on the Salesforce Platform.
Highlights the most common pain points that channel chiefs face, many of which stem from lack of visibility.
Independent Research Firm Cites Extensive Savings When Tech Vendors Switch from Legacy In-house Systems to Commercial CDM Offerings.
Zyme Solutions, the leading provider of cloud-based channel data solutions announced that it has accepted new equity financing to accelerate growth in response to the rapidly expanding demand for its solutions.
Zyme Solutions announced the availability of extended analytics dashboards in ChannelView for Salesforce CRM. Built on Force.com, salesforce.com’s social enterprise platform for employee apps, Zyme ChannelView provides rapid and accurate channel visibility for global technology companies.
Report highlights innovative, impactful, and intriguing vendors in Supply Chain Services
Tech Channel Index (TCI ) reported today that channel sales in Japan for technology products from major US manufacturers fell by an estimated 35% following the March 11 catastrophe. Channel inventories for finished goods, not including components, remain slightly low but well within Japan’s normal range.
Tech Channel Index (TCI) reported today that channel sell-through in the Middle East region has experienced a marked slowdown in January. The trend first appeared the week of January 15th. After adjusting for normal seasonality trends, Middle East region sell-through fell almost 30% from Jan 8 to Feb 5, 2011.
Zyme Solutions today announced the availability of ChannelView on AppExchange 2. Tailored for the high-tech industry, ChannelView gives sales teams visibility into the latest, most accurate point-of-sale (POS) data from channel partners worldwide - all within Salesforce. Built using Force.com, the enterprise cloud computing platform, ChannelView is immediately available for test drive and deployment on AppExchange 2 at http://www.salesforce.com/appexchange/.
Tech Channel Index (TCI) reported today that technology channel sales, including computers and related products, consumer electronics, and IT hardware, in Western Europe weakened during Q2 2010 by five percent compared to 2009, while sales in Eastern Europe grew by over 30 percent in the same period.
Zyme won the Annual Innovation Award instituted by Informatica, in the category of Strengthening Partner Network Effectiveness. "This year's Informatica Innovation Awards exemplify some of the highest achievements and vision in the areas of data integration and data quality for driving operational efficiency," said Mark Smith, CEO and EVP Research, Ventana Research who was one of the external judges.
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Zyme Solutions, a fully outsourced SAS 70-compliant service provider, recently announced its presence in the channel management market with its Outsourced Channel Visibility Services.
One of the toughest challenges IT vendors grapple with is keeping a tab on inventory once it reaches the channel.
Zyme Solutions today announced its presence in the channel management market with Outsourced Channel Visibility Services.