Ahh, Microsoft

By Sharla Sikes Microsoft has been a household name for a while now. It makes sense, of course, that it would position itself as a major player in the Customer Relationship Management field as it has in home and business computing, and elsewhere (too many markets to list!). So, Microsoft’s entry into the CRM world includes its Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, an on-demand customer relationship management service hosted and managed by Microsoft. It bills the services as a “full suite of marketing, sales and service capabilities through a Web browser or

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