UK CRM firm links up with technology centre

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Two UK companies, Customer Relationship Management (UK) Ltd and the Campbell Lee Technology Centre have formed a partnership to provide strategic and technological CRM assistance.

CRM (UK) managing director Russell Biggart explained the reasons behind the partnership. "Through Campbell Lee's Technology Centre we can access some of the country's foremost IT experts to bring a technological perspective to our own customer-focused philosophy, whilst maintaining our independent position within the marketplace."

As the CRM marketplace now expands beyond the blue chip organisations, small-medium sized enterprises (SME's) are increasingly looking for electronic customer information, precise profiling and sophisticated tools for business intelligence that can be translated into better customer service and marketing success.

About Campbell Lee
Campbell Lee an independent e-business and Internet solutions provider to industry and commerce. As part of the Campbell Lee plc Group, which employs over 130 people in the United Kingdom, from locations in Falkirk, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Paisley, Manchester and London, the company now supports over 300 customers in its 24th year of profitable growth, Campbell Lee business partners include IBM, Microsoft, Cisco Systems, Navision, GEAC, Lotus and Symbol.

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About Customer Relationship Management (UK) Ltd
Stirling-gased CRM (UK) Ltd was founded in 1998. Its clients include Agilent Technologies, Britannic Asset Management, East of Scotland Water, Ethicon Ltd., Gleneagles Hotel, and Heinemann Publishing.
The company also plays a major role within the University of Strathclyde's CRM Institute since helping in its founding.

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