E.piphany Partners With ChannelWave

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E.piphany Inc., a customer relationship management software provider, is teaming with ChannelWave Software Inc., a partner relationship management firm, in an effort to use company sales channels more effectively, the companies said yesterday.


Under terms of the agreement, ChannelWave and E.piphany will offer insight for organizations looking to increase sales revenues across multiple distribution channels.


E.piphany's analytics and reporting capabilities will bolster ChannelWave's PRM software to provide organizations with a view of both partner sales performance and customer behavior, the companies said. The combination allows organizations to identify and recruit partners and then create personalized marketing campaigns with them, they said.


"Insight into partner performance is critical for companies with multiple channels," said Chris Heidleberger, CEO of ChannelWave. "By partnering with E.piphany, ChannelWave brings a unique level of advanced analytics and CRM support into PRM."


E.piphany, San Mateo, CA, offers a single view of customer behavior through its E.5 software.


ChannelWave, Cambridge, MA, provides software that offers companies the ability to earn partner loyalty through increased revenue. ChannelWave customers include 3Com, AT&T and Hewlett-Packard.


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