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Channel Preference Versus Promotional Reality: The Core Challenge Of Multichannel Marketing

Executive Summary

Pharma is one of the last industries to hold on to the use of sales representatives to sell its goods. It's time to harness digital technologies that enable multiple ways to approach clients on their own terms.

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