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Re: CRM for the Small Business, Part 7: Trusting Your System Maintenance to the Cloud
Posted by Maria Verlengia on 2010-04-02 19:23:08
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Once a small business successfully implements a new CRM solution, the next challenge will be maintaining it. Cloud computing promises to make the implementation process less painful, and it should also lessen the burden of system maintenance for the small enterprise. Traditional CRM tools typically required a small business to purchase in-house servers and either keep IT people on staff or partner with another company to handle system maintenance, said Brent Leary, cofounder of CRM Essentials. The rise of the cloud removes that requirement.





 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: CRM for the Small Business, Part 7: Trusting Your System Maintenance to the Cloud  Maria Verlengia  2010-04-02 19:23:08
Re: CRM for the Small Business, Part 7: Trusting Your System Maintenance to the Cloud  manojsundar  2012-07-19 23:57:31
Today's cloud technology allows SMB to benefit  Intelestream  2010-04-30 22:13:08
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