IBM's Corepoint Offers Consolidated CRM Suite

Gray, Lloyd
November 1998
PC Week;11/16/98, Vol. 15 Issue 46, p84
Trade Publication
States that Corepoint Technologies, a spinoff of IBM, has developed the Corepoint suite, a suite of applications for managing the life cycles of customer relationships. Components in the suite and what they each do; Pricing; How the suite brings together IBM resources which were spread throughout the company; What Corepoint must do to be successful; Contact information.


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