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CRMtimes - Q4 2005 Edition

CRMtimes is the eNewsletter for Business Managers implementing CRM (Customer Relationship Management) Systems - including Contact Management, Sales Force Automation, Help Desk and Marketing.

In this issue:
* Welcome
* AccountLink 4.0 Released
* Commence Corporation Newsletter: Version 3.1 Sets a New Standard for Value and Flexibility
* Microsoft CRM 3.0 Now Available
* Featured Article - Implementing CRM: Who is Driving the Ship?
* CRMtimes Index Page
* Your Comments And Suggestions
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Welcome

With Christmas almost upon us, we would like to take the opportunity to wish you a Merry Christmas and Prosperous New Year!

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AccountLink 4.0 Released

AccountLink 4.0 has now been released, allowing you to integrate your CRM data with MYOB, and ensuring all your staff have up to date information. Customer, product and invoice information is synchronised between the two packages, with extensive control over the data to be transferred. 

Find out more

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Commence Corporation Newsletter: Version 3.1 Sets a New Standard for Value and Flexibility

Announcement of the Commence RM 3.1 release, support knowledgebase and more.

Read the newsletter

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Microsoft CRM 3.0 Now Available

Microsoft has announced the released of CRM 3.0, with many new features such as Marketing Automation and Service Scheduling. Also the product is now available in two versions - Professional Edition and Small Business Edition.

Find out more

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Featured Article - Implementing CRM: Who is Driving the Ship?

This article examines successful strategies for CRM Implementation. It is written by Doc Pratt, Founder & Editor of theCRMdoctor.com, and Fortune 100 CRM Consultant.

Read the Article

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CRMtimes Index Page

After several years of publishing CRMtimes, we have reached the point where we need an index for the site!

Read the Article or go directly to the Index Page

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Your Comments And Suggestions

We would welcome any feedback, suggestions or requests for future articles. Please email any comments to CRMtimes@aus.com.au.

Thank You!

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