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Martin Currie to deploy AFA's Common Knowledge platform

10 April 2003  |  3006 views  |  0 Martin Currie to deploy AFA's Common Knowledge platform

UK-based Martin Currie Investment Management is to implement AFA System's client relationship and enterprise knowledge management platform, Common Knowledge, to support its in-house CRM software.

The platform manages both structured and unstructured data and includes components required for knowledge sharing across multiple sites. The system also integrate with a range of front-end desktop applications and back-end systems and databases.

Steve Crichton, IT director, Martin Currie says: "We selected Common Knowledge because we believe it has all the functionality we need and more, to integrate our existing CRM systems into a single database."

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