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Then Again…Maybe Buying A CRM Is Like Buying A Car

November 30, 2010 No Comments

Now I’m starting to reconsider the garden hose thing.  Maybe buying a new CRM system is NOT like buying a garden hose.  Thinking about it further, I’ve come to a new realization.

It’s like a buying a new car.  Because when you’re buying a new CRM system, just like when you’re buying a new car, it’s not about what you want…it’s about where you are in your life. 

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