5 Components Of Crm

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The term “touch points” is used in CRM to refer to the many ways in which customers and firms interact. 4 II. HISTORY OF CRM MARKET Before 1993, CRM included two major markets [Financial Times, 2000, p.25]: 1. Sales Force Automation (SFA) and 2...
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The term “touch points” is used in CRM to refer to the many ways in which customers and firms interact. 4 II. HISTORY OF CRM MARKET Before 1993, CRM included two major markets [Financial Times, 2000, p.25]: 1. Sales Force Automation (SFA) and 2...
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