The rise of CRM (customer relationship management) software is a testament to the importance of customer information. Unfortunately, two-thirds of CRM software implementations fail, according to Gartner, Inc., mostly due to poor quality information.

CRM software can be successful only if the organization first cares about its customers. If it's only interested in the software for cross-selling, chances are the organization is only implementing crM (customer relationship "Manipulation").

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