Nobody Can Stop the Shopping

Dickie, Jim
January 2007
CRM Magazine;Jan2007, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p10
Trade Publication
The article predicts the continuing trends in the acquisition of business enterprises of customer relationship management (CRM) software and other technologies. The results of the report "2007 Sales Performance Optimization Survey," are highlighted. Collaborations are formed by sales methodology vendors with major CRM players to develop some of the sale process features of CRM software.


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