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Enhancing Constituent Perceptions with CRM for Public Sector

Source: SAP
The world is changing for public-sector organizations. To succeed, governments must go beyond basic cost savings and service effectiveness to shape constituent perceptions about the programs that serve them. Discover how using software solutions to enhance customer relationship management (CRM) processes enables governments to deliver levels of performance constituents are accustomed to receiving from the private sector.


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