This month's column was contributed by Kim Martin, senior consultant.
Usually, customer relationship management (CRM) equals big money large investments in sophisticated computer systems, consultant fees, analysis and training. However, one of the most important and effective investments does not have to carry a hefty price tag. That investment is the time, effort and commitment to protecting your customers' privacy. While not requiring a significant financial investment, protecting privacy can produce a very high return on investment.
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