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Our sister site, eCRMGuide.com, has the details on the latest cloud-based CRM services news from Microsoft. Rock on.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announced commercial availability of the company’s next generation customer relationship management (CRM) cloud services offering yesterday, and plans to launch customer-premises and partner-hosted editions of the package on Thursday.
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