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The true test of any CRM system is in its capability to improve key CRM processes such as customer acquisition, development, management, care or loyalty. The two types of improvement opportunities that should be demonstrated are efficiency improvements (e.g., cost reduction), and effectiveness improvements (e.g., revenue increase). The CRM system should be demonstrated in this context to conclusively demonstrate its business impact. These tests will also provide the information needed to develop a business case for the next phases of the CRM development.
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