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Computing Research: The future of CRM is social and mobile

April 27, 2011 No Comments

CRM is now a thoroughly mainstream application, with up to 80 per cent of medium and large UK organisations either using the software or planning to in the near future, according to a recent survey by Computing.

One-fifth are running a formal CRM, integrated with all back-office functions (finance, marketing, manufacturing, HR, order entry, warehousing and transportation) through their ERP system, while 25 per cent have a CRM that integrates with marketing and finance functions.

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