Oracle Siebel Enterprise Marketing Suite (discontinued) Reviews

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February 02, 2019
Kenyata Garner | TrustRadius Reviewer
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It's suited for most companies I would say Retail, entertainment, and call centers small or large will find that this program is A1.
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November 01, 2017
Gaurav Gautam | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Use it when you need one platform that can provide integration among all cloud products - Email Marketing, Marketing Analytics, Web Marketing, Events Management, Loyalty Management, Campaign/Dialogue Management and Marketing Resource Management.

Don't use it when users are not very technical.
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April 28, 2016
Lokesh Yadav | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Oracle Siebel Enterprise Marketing Suite is best suited for the modules such as organizations, accounts, contacts, service requests, activities/tasks, call reports, reporting, list management, etc. It is being designed for such organizations which deal with a huge database of customers and millions of transactions. It is not suited for organizations which don't have enough funding and are new into the business.
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November 10, 2014
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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If you need a hosted rather than cloud based CRM, Siebel is a consideration. It's best suited to organizations with a large customer database. Given the complexity involved you need at least two full time marketing analysts.The email marketing functionality isn't core to the offering and most organizations would be much better served by cloud based email systems. Siebel offers a very comprehensive feature set and is powerful in the hands of a super user. However, given the costs involved in upgrading a hosted solution I would put serious effort into convincing your decision makers to go for a cloud based CRM instead.
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Oracle Siebel Enterprise Marketing Suite (discontinued) Scorecard Summary

What is Oracle Siebel Enterprise Marketing Suite (discontinued)?

Oracle offered the Siebel Enterprise Marketing Suite as an end-to-end enterprise marketing management (EMM) solution joining cross-channel campaign management with marketing automation, market resource and asset management, and marketing analytics, for larger enterprises.

The product is now End of Life, and no longer offered for sale. For more information visit https://www.oracle.com/applications/siebel/enterprise-marketing/enterprise-marketing

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What is Oracle Siebel Enterprise Marketing Suite (discontinued)?

Oracle offered the Siebel Enterprise Marketing Suite as an end-to-end enterprise marketing management (EMM) solution joining cross-channel campaign management with marketing automation, market resource and asset management, and marketing analytics, for larger enterprises. The product is now End of Life, and no longer offered for sale.

Who uses Oracle Siebel Enterprise Marketing Suite (discontinued)?

The most common users of Oracle Siebel Enterprise Marketing Suite (discontinued) are from Enterprises and the Unknown industry.