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NMRN: Bringing all their marketing under one roof

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26 September, 2017

NMRN: Bringing all their marketing under one roof

Communigator

In our case study with The National Museum of Royal Navy, see how they combined the full force of CommuniGator’s suite with Microsoft Dynamics CRM to make their sales and marketing run in sync.

Inside, we discuss:

  • The struggles NMRN experienced before using CommuniGator
  • Why they chose to work with CommuniGator
  • Benefits they’ve seen so far

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