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ERP Advisors Group Exploring ‘The Evolving Role of CRM Systems in the Wake of COVID-19’

DENVER – June 15, 2020 – (

On Thursday, June 28, ERP Advisors Group will host a conference call and live podcast to examine how CRM systems are taking on greater importance in the new reality of an enterprise landscape that has been significantly altered by the impact of COVID-19.

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With many customers and sales teams continuing to work from home, it has never been more important to properly care for and nurture customer relationships. On this call, Shawn Windle, the Founder and Managing Principal of ERP Advisors Group, will discuss how organizations are relying more heavily on CRM systems to cope with COVID-19.

“Where organizations have a CRM in place, we are finding that they are not using the system to its fullest potential,” said Windle. “Seamless integration across email, calendar, sales and ERP should be paired with intelligent automation in order to empower collaboration within your teams and truly care for customer needs.”

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ERP Advisors Group evaluates software solutions across dozens of industries to provide independent guidance on enterprise software, helping clients find solutions and tools to handle the most unique requirements.

“Enterprise software projects are not without risk,” said Windle. “That’s why you need a trusted advisor to help you navigate complex projects. We don’t sell software or take commissions. Being truly independent ensures we find the right e-commerce solutions for our clients.”

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