Many adopters of customer relationship management (CRM) work in silos and develop CRM strategies that are not linked to the overall corporate goals of the organization - a major mistake that causes many headaches and drives CRM initiatives to fail.

Other companies implement CRM ideas and technologies without first identifying the key levers that produce competitive advantage. They fail to understand that only certain CRM components can produce competitive advantage - the rest are simply best practices also used by rivals.

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