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Sales Force Automation Buyer’s Guide
No matter how effective your sales staff is, there’s always room to boost efficiency and increase sales. But how you go about doing so may be a point of

resource sales force automation transportation  with CRM, ERP (enterprise resource planning), accounting, order fulfillment, marketing or business intelligence applications, that task will be made easier or harder by your choice of an SFA solution. Some sales teams' SFA tools are standalone systems that are used and viewed only by the sales staff. Other teams are integrated into other department functions such as marketing, service and inventory. There are a host of products on the market that function like advanced contact management systems; others

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Software Functionality Revealed in Detail

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Sales Force Automation (SFA)

Sales Force Automation (SFA) systems help sales and marketing teams with functions related to taking orders, generating proposals or quotes, managing territories, managing partners, and maintaining contact data. Systems often include various levels of analytic and reporting capabilities. 

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