CRM Magazine: June 2006
Magazine Features
CRM magazine presents what some of the best minds in the industry have to say.
Overlooking these simple partnership practices may scrap any hope of delivering a seamless customer service experience.
VoIP protocol SIP's potential in the contact center comes with both benefits and caveats.
Front Office
The affluent are not the only ones craving premium experiences.
Reality Check
6 steps smart companies are taking today to compete.
Customer Centricity
New technologies help improve sales processes, but companies are not focusing enough on fundamentals.
The Tipping Point
New opportunities exist for nimble CRM marketers.
Perhaps Michael Fields's most intriguing decision was to bring outsourced engineers back in-house.
How to keep it fresh and inviting in an age of home theater and game consoles.
As invalid click percentage projections oscillate, it is important to stay focused on fraud identification and filtration.
Big-box stores are putting the multichannel remote control in consumers' hands.
Amdocs tailors a dynamic focus on banking solutions.
"Our customers increasingly expect specialization...."
Avaya's deal registration now exceeds 12-month goals in 30 days, thanks to BlueRoads.
CosmoCom helps hearing impaired callers stay connected.
A full-service car dealer turns to a marketing app to compete against large automotive service and repair chains.
A Swiss telecom provider uses customer analytics to gain foresight into its customers and keep retention rates high.
Business Problem: Customer data is scattered throughout legacy systems, preventing a company from fully leveraging it.

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