SAP: CRM on demand finally hits town

March 2006
MarketWatch: Global Round-up;Mar2006, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p188
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The article reports the announcement of SAP AG's customer relationship management on demand offering. The product, aimed at medium-to-large enterprise, will be an integrated solution and will complement the company's mySAP suite. The product is zeroed in on salesforce automation. This includes the contact and diary management, with integration to Outlook.


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