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Sage and Salesforce: An Odd Couple?

This is a big test for Salesforce and Sage. For Salesforce, it's a great way to grow share and gain influence in more parts of the world. For Sage, it represents a chance at redemption and a new start as a more integrated software company with deep expertise in the back office and multiple verticals, such as real estate. In my mind, this doesn't leave much room for a Sage CRM product, though.
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There's a Science to Engaging With Empowered Consumers

We all know customers have changed. They can voice their dissatisfaction with you, complete most of the buyer's journey without you, and even seek out support and service without you. If you're a business, you have two questions to ask yourself: 1) Do you really want to become unnecessary to your customers? and 2) What are you going to do about it?
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Re: Social Media Adventures in the New Customer World 2  brightidea   2010-04-30 11:19:25 
Re: Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Closing the Deal With Electronic Signatures 3  Sripathy   2010-04-29 04:08:29 
Re: How Do You Take Your Lock-In? 2  davenewman   2010-04-28 10:52:09 
Re: Social Media for B2B: This Time It's Personal 3  CarlaG   2010-04-27 22:49:19 
Re: B2B vs. B2C CRM: What's the Diff? 2  Intelestream   2010-04-23 15:07:11 
Re: Talking to Your Tribe 2  Intelestream   2010-04-22 15:02:52 
Re: Strike While the Social CRM Iron Is Hot 2  Intelestream   2010-04-22 00:39:24 
Re: Don't Forget B2B CRM 2  AxelS   2010-04-21 11:18:48 
Re: Salesforce.com Cuts Ribbon on Chatter App Exchange 2  emschles   2010-04-13 08:30:31 
Re: Is Your Company Chatterizeable? 2  emschles   2010-04-13 08:23:21 
Re: Latin America: Outsourcing's New Hot Spot 5  william583   2010-03-29 22:24:43 
Re: Top 5 Ways CRM Decision Makers Go Astray 2  dtyler99   2010-03-25 18:21:34 
Re: Survey Totes Up Value of Excellent Online Customer Service 2  awright80   2010-03-23 02:33:10 
Re: Crazy Bad Luck for Casino ATM Customers 12  jackhenry   2010-03-19 10:25:47 
Re: Workforce Management: Beyond Time and Attendance 3  JonAdmin   2010-03-17 19:22:14 
Re: How to Know When Enough Customer Service Is Enough 2  robinjs19   2010-03-15 14:11:38 
Re: Social CRM: Walk Before You Run 2  talyarj   2010-03-01 02:53:09 
Re: Recessionary Times Call for Recessionary Marketing 3  anthois   2010-02-21 11:33:23 
Re: Salesforce.com Aims to Make Office Chatter Productive 2  emschles   2010-02-19 08:19:29 
Re: Outsourcing Lead Generation: Who Do You Trust? 2  commencecrm   2010-02-06 08:03:59 

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