One of the biggest challenges in most business is increasing sales. To increase sales you need to increase customers. The following are a few tried and tested methods that can be used to generate more leads which then we convert into customers.
If we look at every technology revolution it brings about a number of common benefits which can be summarised as: Cheaper Faster Better Easier Smaller
A lot of people buy a CRM solution because they know another business that successfully uses one or they just simply need a customer database. It is important to note that all CRM solutions are different especially when we consider interoperability with your existing and future systems.
Speed of application use Probably the key for all business’s and the reason that more than 80% of the CRM market is still application based. If you have x amount of people using the system for X amount of time, you will have to understand that this is costing you up to 30% more because
Let’s face it, there are not many days that go by that we don’t send or receive an email, in fact it is estimated that there is 144.8 billion emails generated every business day (data from IDC).
The internet has thousands of sites with guides and tips on what to consider when choosing a CRM solution. This article attempts to be unbiased towards the different areas that you need to consider before making the right decision.
Web based CRM is also known as hosted CRM and is a new form of cost effective CRM delivery. These systems usually have poor user interface and are proprietary systems. It is very difficult and expensive to have custom development on web based CRM.
I was browsing the web and I came across an interesting article Six Ideas for Next Generation CRM by Graham Hill. I found this article quite interesting so I added my response which I have provided below:
I came across the following blog which I found very interesting. I post my response below http://forum.wbpsystems.com/discussion/229/ms-word-ms-outlook-integration
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