Web Content Management Systems DEFINITION: The technologies used to create, manage, store and deploy content on Web pages. Web content types can include text, graphics and photos, video or audio, and application code that renders other content or interacts with the visitor.
This video introduces CRM expert Paul Greenberg, who reveals the extent to which communications technology has empowered customers. Tune in now for insights on how your business can leverage CRM to succeed in the business world.
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