Back in the early 90’s, ‘CRM’ wasn’t even a trendy acronym. You had a few players thinking beyond 'stovepipe' enterprise applications, but not much beyond. Fast forward to 2001. CRM has gotten fat, and the fatter it gets, it becomes more difficult to understand, more expensive to buy, more difficult to implement, and less likely to satisfy - either buyers of the software or their customers. Keep your eye on the ball: your customers, and your business.
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players developing ideas about how to do everything from improving customers'' online experiences, to establishing vertical and horizontal portals, to analyzing employee performance, to using data to target qualified leads. And other, larger companies, were quietly adding the three letters C.R.M. to their websites, and eating smaller vendors for lunch, for fear of being lost in the Back Office-cum-ERP/SCM, Front Office-cum-CRM world. And wave after wave of multi-million if not multi-billion dollar buy