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When it comes to Customer Engagement, it’s really important that your business gets to know its customers and excite them into making a purchase. But how can you do this if your data isn’t synchronised? Lack of cohesion can lead to extra work, less revenue and stress. 
The responsibility of planning strategic business changes like a new eCommerce project often lies with senior stakeholders, and you as team leader may have felt an element of pressure here. Not only are you responsible for coming up with the vision for delivery, but you also have the task of pitching this vision to your team.

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