The TCO of your CRM and its Economical Impact on your Business
A major implementation project such as a CRM can raise many questions about the economic impacts that this can bring to your business. The calculation of Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) becomes an indispensable tool to calculate the profitability of your project in the short, medium and long term. It is also important to consider which system is more appropriate for your business. We will establish the characteristics for the two major families of CRM systems, On premise and In the Cloud. Discover the differences between the 2 and more in this presentation! Enjoy!
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