Surprises, Setbacks, and a Sleeper Hit

Myron, David
October 2006
CRM Magazine;Oct2006, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p8
Trade Publication
The article discusses the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Market Awards. The companies who have received the awards are helping to move the industry forward by helping end-user companies discover more uses for transactional data. The Elite winners are the companies who showed CRM implementations that are impressive. The Influential Leaders put their efforts to help drive the companies and customers to succeed.


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