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With automation and analytics finding new ways to make use of data, CRMs are only getting smarter.
Untether yourself from the desktop-o-sphere and invest in a mobile CRM, a convenient avenue for on-the-fly data entry that’s lighter than your laptop. We dig into the criteria required for the maximum convenience factor of a mobile CRM solution.
As you well know, keeping customers satisfied is all about communication. Collaborative CRM tools offer an improved customer experience with streamlined communication across all channels.
Whether it’s personal or business, having a personal CRM helps nurture new and existing relationships while balancing the ever-complicated work/life balance.
No, really, WTF is a CRM? Quick answer: a CRM organizes your business, automates tasks, analyzes and centralizes all your data. Here’s what you need to know.
There’s a CRM for every sales department need, niche or not. Manage the entire sales cycle in one place, sell smarter, and grow your bottom line faster and easier.
When you’re starting out, some CRM features are crucial for saving time, money, and fostering sustainable growth. Here are a few CRM tips for startups and small businesses.
Unlike many hot young startups with niche CRM functions, Microsoft’s Dynamics 365 is part of a larger ERP system—perfect for companies always scaling up.
Operational CRM focuses on streamlining customer interactions with sales, marketing, and service automation. The idea is to generate leads, then convert them into customers and contacts.