Oracle and Siebel
Founded in 1993, Siebel Systems was first known for its sales force automation software but swiftly expanded into the broader customer relationship management (CRM) market. By the late 90's Siebel had climbed to the top of the CRM vendors with a nearly 45% market share in 2002. In 2005 Oracle acquired Siebel Systems for $5.85 billion. This acquisition not only pared Siebel Systems with the global giant Oracle, it also maneuvered Oracle into the top CRM software vendor position.
Falling under the heading of CRM applications are services including sales and marketing automation, customer service, and contact center services. This broad range of services and applications means that businesses that use a CRM software are diverse in terms of industries, services, products, locations, and sizes making lists that target CRM software users highly valuable.
The Benefits of to Having a List of Companies Using Siebel CRM
Because so many companies use Siebel and other Oracle products, the pool of potential contacts is massive. If your products or services impact Siebel users, then a list of companies using Siebel CRM can be an easy, cost effective method of reaching your target market.
Sales Inside Inc. can customize a list to meet your particular needs. Lists can be created based on size of your market, target market segments, decision makers, and targeted email campaigns. In addition, lists can be segmented by industry, geography, revenue size, and decision maker type and level which allows for customized lists to be built to meet any need.