How Government Agencies Can Do More with Less with CRM

When government agencies use a customer relationship management (CRM) solution for e-service, they can deliver timely information, put citizens in control, and improve the agency’s communication with its constituents. Citizen satisfaction will improve while you save budget dollars. And with the proper tools and technology, you can create the loyalty bond you need between your agency and your constituents.
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