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Business database

A business database contains business customers’ past purchase; past volumes, prices, and profits; buyer team remember names (and ages, birthdays, hobbies, and favorite foods); status of current contacts; an estimate of supplier’s share of the customer’s business; competitive suppliers; assessment of competitive strengths and weakness in selling and servicing the account; and relevant customer buying practices, patterns, and policies.

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