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CRM

CRM

Abbreviation for:
circumferential resection margin (Medspeak-UK)
colorectal metastases
Committee on the Review of Medicines (Medspeak-UK)
confocal Raman microspectroscopy
cross-reactive material
crown-rump measurement
Customer Relationship Management (Medspeak-UK)

CRM

Abbreviation for certified reference material.

CRM (cross-reacting material)

a protein, usually without an enzymic function, that can be recognized in serological tests.
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The benefits of CRM include greater sales efficiency, higher customer satisfaction and enhanced revenue, he added.
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We are very pleased with the robust growth in customer adoption of Pivotal CRM for Homebuilding and Real Estate," said Bruce Cameron, senior vice president of CRM Solutions for CDC Software.
CRM is not an out of the box software solution that can instantaneously recoup losses due to cutbacks in sales force and media saturation.
Designed to produce meaningful increases in revenues, margins, and customer loyalty, Pivotal CRM is used by more than 2,000 companies around the world including Allianz Dresdner Asset Management, Farm Credit Services of America, Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta, Julius Baer Investment Management, Mellon Asset Management, Morgan Keegan & Company, Vantage Credit Union, Visa International Asia Pacific and The Ziegler Companies.
This press release includes "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, and includes statements relating to the ability of Pivotal CRM to address the needs of financial services clients such as the ability improve efficiencies, improve customer service, drive cost savings and competitive advantage.
This press release includes "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, and includes statements relating to the ability of Pivotal to address the needs of its financial services customers and the ability to streamline operations, accelerate growth and improve client relationships with Pivotal CRM software.
Chinatrust Commercial Bank, a large Teradata CRM user, reported in the July 2006 edition of DM Review that the Teradata CRM data warehouse environment delivered $479 million in new business over the first 10 campaigns alone - with a return on investment of 168 percent on the total investment.
Wireless technology has also advanced, affording greater access to CRM systems while users are mobile.
To satisfy customer needs in these situations requires a technological architecture which when utilised properly results in successful CRM practice.
Entellium eDesktop is like iTunes for CRM -- it's about time someone made it this useful and easy for sales professionals," said Mark Cheong, VP of Sales and Marketing, Outclick Media.
We are pleased to be recognized for the quality of CRM products and services we provide to our customers," said Manu Das, Soffront president.