There really isn't an industry standard UML model for CRM. Rather, what you have is the different applications, e.g. Siebel etc., build support for UML into their offerings. I think that Aberdeen Group (the analyst firm) offers a kit for modeling a CRM flow, but there isn't a lot more that I can identify either in discussion with my colleagues, my knowledge or my research. Sorry I can't come up with much else, but if some reader can, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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