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Paul Anderson is a software consultant based out in California. For over five years he has been offering CRM consultation services to a wide market. Paul is currently associated with Corelynx Inc., also a California based company, which offers wide range of software solutions to customers that includes cloud computing, applications development, open source software development and more. Follow him on Twitter at @pauland29268750.
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Analysing the CRM needs of a midsize business

NEWARK, US: CRM is key to any business's success, so how does one analyse the CRM needs of a midsize business to ensure that business will succeed and grow?

By Paul Anderson 2 Apr 2013 11:24

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Five smart CRM customisation tips to drive in more business

The past few years have seen heavy automation of customer relationship management system. Both small and big companies have invested in customer relationship management (CRM) software implementation with a promise to offer better and personalised customer services.

By Paul Anderson 15 Jan 2013 05:23

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Cloud CRM vs on-premise CRM

For most companies which have adopted CRM or customer relationship management to improve their business performances the difficulty arises when it comes to choose between on-premise and cloud based CRM.

By Paul Anderson 12 Jan 2013 11:50

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