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 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Salespeople: Let's Get Reactive  Denis Pombriant  2012-01-11 09:01:06
Salespeople: Let's Get [Real +] Reactive  jcousineau  2012-01-11 10:13:22
Re: Bad Employee Attitude in a Social CRM World: It's Payback Time  Christopher J. Bucholtz  2012-01-06 08:31:50
Social is better!  FrancescaB  2012-01-06 09:31:00
Power to both the enterprise and the consumer  MosaicTechnology  2012-01-06 08:36:07
Re: The Beginning of the Bounce  Denis Pombriant  2011-12-21 14:15:13
Customer Dialog in the Subscription Economy  rreisman  2012-01-04 10:57:54
devolution, innovation, stagnation  mod  2011-12-21 14:24:27
Re: SugarCRM Gets Sharper Interface, Speed Boost  Erika Morphy  2011-12-02 06:53:27
SplendidCRM beats SugarCRM again with a HTML5 Offline Client  splendidcrm  2011-12-02 06:55:59
Re: The Next New Disruption  Denis Pombriant  2011-11-29 22:40:59
The Next New Disruption  jayyar  2011-11-29 22:55:10
Re: Want to Future-Proof Your CRM? Get Flexible  Christopher J. Bucholtz  2011-11-18 05:39:37
Future-Proof CRM  OpenCRM  2011-11-18 05:42:18
Re: The Federal Government's Map of the Clouds  John K. Higgins  2011-11-15 08:14:32
Road map for adoption  Bruceand6  2011-11-15 08:21:28
Re: Turning Customer Intelligence Into Gold  Joe Cordo  2011-11-14 18:45:39
Data as Opportunity  KitH  2011-11-14 19:02:11
Re: T-Mobile and the $200K Phone Bill: What's Wireless Data Worth?  Richard Adhikari  2011-10-19 16:40:06
What's data worth  Davelectric  2011-10-24 08:51:25
Re: OWS: The Strategic Brilliance of Facelessness  Denis Pombriant  2011-10-19 07:17:48
Leaderless Orgs Have Always Been  briand  2011-10-19 07:42:25
Re: On the Prowl for Thought Leadership  Denis Pombriant  2011-10-17 13:16:02
CRM  louiscslade  2011-10-17 13:20:28
Re: The Sunny Side of the Durbin Amendment  Bob Legters  2011-09-13 13:10:20
Will your provider adjust your cost accordingly?  merchantmaven  2011-09-28 09:15:40
Benefit Potential of Durbin  toddthomson  2011-09-13 13:33:31
Durbin-what to expect from your processor in this early stage.  MyraHall  2011-10-12 14:00:55
Re: Employee-Customer-Employee: Closing the Feedback Loop  Jeffrey Henning  2009-10-09 15:00:16
Customer Surveys, Employee Surveys, Satisfaction Surveys  BettyJ  2011-10-12 08:18:32
Re: BofA Customers May Not Want to Take It Anymore  Erika Morphy  2011-10-03 13:08:48
New Bank of America fee  mitchroth  2011-10-03 13:15:52
Re: The New Social Paradigm and HP's Pain  Denis Pombriant  2011-09-28 10:12:04
Meg Whitman, Leo Apotheker and the Silicon Valley Spring  mod  2011-09-28 12:52:59
Re: Fool Me Once?  Denis Pombriant  2011-09-27 05:52:42
License vs. Cloud, and Lessons in Changing eCommerce Platforms  OrderDynamics  2011-09-27 06:15:25
Re: The Morphing of CRM  Denis Pombriant  2011-09-19 10:50:02
Next level enterprise in light of Social CRM  Bapps  2011-09-19 11:05:23
Re: Strategies for Smooth Social CRM Implementation, Part 1  Khanchana Navakiran, Nishith Gupta & Khushbu Bhalla  2011-09-14 06:39:58
Customer has moved on...  sayantandatta  2011-09-14 06:59:00
Re: Seeing Yourself Through Others' Eyes, Social CRM-Style  Christopher J. Bucholtz  2011-07-14 08:21:44
How to handle the 'R' factor?  Bapps  2011-07-29 06:23:51
Relationship Is (or should be) the Antithesis of Management  mysticmedia  2011-07-14 08:29:13
Re: Failed Oracle ERP Project Leads to Legal Spat  Erika Morphy  2011-07-27 09:00:33
Outsourcing is not a substitute for inhouse competence  MargaretBartley  2011-07-27 09:35:34

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