Assuming you've done all that well, I suggest first determining which model will work best: on demand CRM vs. on-premise CRM. Then determine if you're looking for a integrated CRM software suite that has sales functionality (e.g., Oracle's Siebel, SAP CRM, Microsoft CRM) or something that is much more sales-specific (e.g., SalesGenie, Onyx, Pivotal). Really the best place to look for a comprehensive "long list" is in SearchCRM.com's topic section on evaluating CRM software.
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