How to Integrate Front- and Back-office Applications for SMBs

For customer relationship management (CRM) to work effectively, departments within an organization must communicate and have access to centralized information. But integrating front- and back-office applications shouldn’t involve compromise. Learn how to automate sales and CRM with accounting systems, with key pointers in planning your integration project. And find out how to boost your CRM return on investment (ROI).
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