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Exchange Rate Mechanism

Used prior to the adoption of the euro, a method for reconciling differing exchange rates between currencies, allowing participation in the single European currency. Established in 1979, it was known as a "semi-pegged" system in which currencies were variable with respect to each other only within a certain range. After the introduction of the euro in 1999, the exchange rate mechanism was replaced by ERM II, which reconciles exchange rates for countries wishing to join the eurozone.
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Third, this research brings together the disciplines of knowledge management, enterprise relationship management and enterprise modeling, which provides a framework for future works in the enterprise integration of relationship management and knowledge management.
This paper brings together the disciplines of knowledge management, enterprise relationship management (ERM) and enterprise modeling (EM) to provide a framework for the integration of knowledge management and enterprise relationship management in an enterprise environment.
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Enterprise relationship management is a business strategy for value creation that optimizes the relationships between a firm and its customers, channel partners, suppliers and other alliance partners, to maximize opportunities.
Siebel Systems Inc yesterday said it had acquired The 20-20 Group, an enterprise relationship management end-user training company.

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