Tag Archives: CRM for Business

How CRM Can Help Your Marketing Campaigns Succeed

Marketers have a tough job of creating the right marketing campaigns so that their messages can connect well with their target audiences. Unless you connect well with your audiences, your marketing efforts can go down the drain. So, what should marketers do to connect effectively with their audiences? They need to base their marketing campaigns on reliable customer data. If they have the correct data, … Read More

Top CRM Features Your Business Needs for Success

Customer relationship management (CRM) software is known to help businesses on several fronts. To name but a few, it organizes and stores your data in one place, automates your sales and marketing processes, streamlines your business operations and helps you develop a strong relationship with your customers. For these reasons, businesses both large and small are embracing CRM with open arms. According to Forbes, the … Read More

The Benefits of Having a CRM

Right from the primitive ages, a customer has been central to the idea of doing business. Satisfying customers is as important as earning revenue while climbing the ladder in any commercial setup. And as the company grows in size and stature so does the number of customers and hence its  database.  Thanks to the technological strides and with it the advent of Customer Relationship Management … Read More

Academics & CRM

Every Student Counts   Most of the time, the phrase customer relationship management (CRM) brings to mind sales and business applications. However, a recent study suggests yet another useful purpose: Student Retention. Administrators at post-secondary institutions can now look to increase student retention statistics using CRM variables.   Student Retention According to research from Central Washington University, educational enrollment is competitive at every level – … Read More

CRM Red Carpet Roll Out

Roll Out the CRM Red Carpet   Rolling out the red carpet for a CRM system might seem silly, but it’s actually an important first step to getting everyone on board with the new Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Some people might not be comfortable asking questions in at the outset of a new project, so it’s in your best interest to walk them through vital functions. They … Read More

CRM for Cartoons Characters

Even Cartoons Need CRM Software   There’s no job too small and no customer bigger than another when it comes to running a successful business in today’s economy. Yes, you’ll have your VIPs and repeatedly loyal customers, but valuing every dollar invested or spent on your company is part of outstanding customer service. The same goes for behind the scenes of an organization. The happier your … Read More

CRM Your Student Body

Academics and CRM: Every Student Counts   Most of the time, the phrase customer relationship management (CRM) brings to mind sales and business applications, but a recent study suggests yet another useful purpose: Student Retention. Administrators at post-secondary institutions can now look to increase student retention statistics using CRM variables.   Student Retention According to research from the Central Washington University, educational enrollment is competitive … Read More

Sales Management vs CRM

Sales Management vs Customer Relationship Management   There is a thin line between sales management and client relationship management (CRM). Where Sales focuses on “the close”, client relationship management focuses on cultivating of customer value. CRMs make sure the “close” is recurring. CRM, much like Business Development (or BD), does the groundwork for the Sales process. With the help of cloud-based CRM software, a sales team is equipped … Read More

CRM for Business EAS

Stay Connected With Cloud Computation   What protocols do you have in place in case of an emergency? With the events plaguing our news feeds of late, the need for an effective plan of action should be placed front and center. Just as important as the outlined protocol is, the communication of the plan to every party affected is detrimental. Nothing brings information and those … Read More