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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: Optimizing the Brick-and-Mortar Customer Experience 2  kumarpritam   2015-04-04 09:42:27 
Re: Report: Most Insurance Customers Are Fed Up 2  ajfengr   2015-02-28 09:50:19 
Re: The Top 20 CRM Blogs of 2014, Part 2 5  schipman   2015-02-11 06:09:29 
Re: Verizon Addresses Supercookie Conundrum 2  AureliePols   2015-02-05 01:14:09 
Re: CFPB Shifts Some Power to Mortgage Shoppers 2  cpinaud   2015-01-14 11:37:06 
Re: Things Not to Say to an Irate Customer, or Anthem's Epic Fail 3  weingarten   2014-12-04 18:58:12 
Re: The Terrifying Numbers Behind a Whopping Marketing Failure 2  sherylw   2014-12-02 15:19:38 
Re: The Intangibles: 5 Things That Aren't on the CRM Data Sheets 5  RebeccaJohnson   2014-11-27 05:02:46 
Re: Hear, Hear: The Rise of Social Listening 2  ikasapov   2014-11-25 03:32:48 
Re: Lowe's Gives Robotic Customer Service a Good Name 3  psiclone   2014-11-10 16:07:32 
Re: CRM Selection: Getting Requirements to Reflect Reality 4  agileari   2014-10-30 13:34:24 
Re: Mea Culpa: Social Media Apology Do's and Don'ts 3  jarone   2014-10-24 08:51:33 
Re: Where Apple Watch Leads, CRM Will Follow? 3  Bruceand6   2014-09-26 07:52:10 
Re: The 5 Worst Blunders of CRM-Destroying Execs 5  bradhodson   2014-09-11 12:32:23 
Re: Beacons Hit the Retail Spotlight 2  joelazer27   2014-08-12 07:26:25 
Re: Conspiracy of Culture: 5 Contributors to CRM Failure 5  bradhodson   2014-08-08 13:56:15 
Re: Are We There Yet? The Long Road to the CRM Revolution 6  successwithcrm   2014-08-07 08:13:51 
Re: What Holds Back CRM Success: Executive Fear 3  successwithcrm   2014-08-07 07:56:10 
Re: Marketing to Mobile Millennials: Misperceptions and Myths 2  dommaden   2014-07-17 06:12:23 
Re: The Amazon Fire Phone's Mayday Effect 2  AdrianTheGreat24   2014-07-14 11:37:00 

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