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customer relationship management (CRM) strategy can help make it happen. CRM is designed to help you maximize sales from existing customers and bring in new accounts. But how does CRM work? What are its key components? And how can you employ it to make your organization more profitable? Find out in CRM Without Compromise: A Strategy for Profitable Growth . You'll learn about CRM from all the key angles: strategy, challenges, framework, and execution—along with tips and best practices for every step
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