Wilson, whose background includes stints at PeopleSoft, Epiphany and a number of start-ups, shared his experiences in the CRM market over the past 12 years and what to expect in the future, both from Microsoft and the market, including on-demand CRM. Wilson also discusses what he sees as "the next killer app in CRM."
|Voices of CRM: Microsoft's Brad Wilson|
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