Customer Relationship Management

Updated: 8 months ago - Created: June 1st, 2012

Customer Relationship Management (or CRM) is a phrase that describes how your business interacts with your customers. Most people think of CRM as a system to capture information about your customers. However, that is only part of the picture. CRM is also about what you do with that information to better meet the needs of your existing customers and identify new customers, resulting in higher profits for you.

This booklet is designed to help small and medium business owners understand the basics of customer relationship management (CRM) and, more specifically, how the Internet can help you implement CRM in your business. If you want to understand how to better meet your clients’ needs, this booklet is for you.

This booklet is provided as a guide to help you learn more about Customer Relations Management.

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