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It?s no secret that there is a bevy of deployment options available with most customer relationship management (CRM) solutions today?ranging from customized to out-of-the-box. But with choice comes complexity. In order for CRM buyers to choose wisely, they must find a deployment approach that best matches their needs while delivering superior performance, application integration, and functionality. Find out how.
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As you begin a customer relationship management (CRM) initiative, software selection is only one facet of a successful project. You may consider implementing your new CRM system with internal resources. But even in providing a simple CRM solution in your company, a number of steps need to take place, including requirements gathering, configuration, and more. Discover the benefits of selecting a CRM implementation partner.
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When selecting or implementing a customer relationship management (CRM) solution, a mistake or error in judgment can be extremely costly. That?s why you should be aware of the ten basic steps to a successful CRM implementation. Even if you?ve already identified the reasons why your organization needs a CRM system, where do you go from there?
Related to CRM Wikipedia: Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Decision Making, Software Selection, Oncontact Software, Management of Companies and Enterprises, Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services
All organizations, across all industries, have one thing in common?a deluge of customer data idling somewhere waiting to be monetized. Most likely, the similarities end there. The accuracy, depth, and accessibility of data are as varied as the products and services offered by organizations. The use of this data is what separates successful organizations from those who go bankrupt.
Related to CRM Wikipedia: Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Marketing Automation, Sales Force Automation (SFA), Vtrenz Inc., Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
Making the leap to customer relationship management (CRM) doesn?t have to be a difficult process. But many companies have difficulty knowing how to get their CRM initiative off to the right start. There is, however, a simple, step-by-step process which will help guide your CRM implementation project in the right direction, even if you?ve never implemented a CRM system before.
Related to CRM Wikipedia: Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Decision Making, Needs Analysis, Software Selection, Oncontact Software, Management of Companies and Enterprises, Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services
Old-world quality is great for a chocolate manufacturer, but old-style business systems are not. Hauser Chocolatier learned this the hard way, struggling for years with DOS-based accounting software. Needing a seamless flow of information from a system that would accommodate Hauser?s unique pricing structure, the company chose Sage MAS 90. Find out how Hauser uses this accounting solution for more than just accounting.
Related to CRM Wikipedia: Accounting and Financial Management, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Manufacturing Management, Process Manufacturing, Production Planning, Sage
Increasingly, midsize companies are looking to customer relationship management (CRM) to energize their sales organizations and make the entire sales ecosystem more efficient. But while many solutions for midsize companies can be rapidly deployed to quickly energize a sales organization, what happens after that first jolt? Discover five tips for making sure your CRM choice continues to deliver return on investment (ROI).
Related to CRM Wikipedia: Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Return on Investment (ROI), Oracle
Customer relationship management (CRM) applications have evolved from risky eighteen-month IT projects into productivity tools that any size of business can deploy. Indeed, many mid-market companies have chosen to roll out a ?hosted? solution, whereby the solution is accessed over the Internet. However, going through the selection process has become more cumbersome recently, with more options available than ever before.
Related to CRM Wikipedia: Business Process Outsourcing, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Entellium, Management of Companies and Enterprises, Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services
Swiss financial services company Global Refund needed to replace its antiquated customer relationship management (CRM) system. To find a mobile-enabled, user-friendly solution that could handle the company?s 15 million yearly transactions, Global Refund turned to TEC. Learn how TEC helped Global Refund turn its long-list of 40 vendors into a short-list of four, and shave two months off the selection process.
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Upgrading to CRM solution increases value of relationships for financial services firm. ScotiaMcLeod (www.scotiabank.com) is the investment arm of Scotiabank, one of Canada's largest financial organizations with over $280 billion in assets. ScotiaMcLeod's financial advisors specialize in helping individuals and small business customers plan financial solutions for trusts, estate planning, borrowing and banking services. ScotiaMcLeod has more than 800 financial advisors working in 84 branches across the country. According to Chris Carter, Associate Director and Branch Manager for ScotiaMcLeod's North Vancouver office, the financial services sector is a people-driven business where customer service is critical to success.
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Customer relationship management (CRM) solutions can range from simple contact managers (for a few hundred dollars) to multimillion-dollar enterprise applications that take years to implement. This is why over-buying a CRM system can be one of the most costly mistakes a company can make. But where should you start your research? And what steps should you take after that?
Related to CRM Wikipedia: Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Decision Making, Software Selection, Oncontact Software, Management of Companies and Enterprises, Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services
Your company has just selected a new customer relationship management (CRM) system for your company. Congratulations should be in order. However, your work has really just begun. You know that in order for your CRM initiative to be successful, you?ll need buy-in from your users. What steps do you need to take to ensure buy-in and achieve real implementation success?
Related to CRM Wikipedia: Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Decision Making, Needs Analysis, Software Selection, Oncontact Software, Management of Companies and Enterprises, Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services
The economic downturn means that businesses must capitalize on every opportunity to gain revenue. With the right customer relationship management (CRM) solution, you can protect current revenue streams and unearth new customer revenue opportunities?despite the most challenging market conditions. CRM helps ensure you deliver exceptional service to your current customers, building their long-term loyalty. Find out how.
Related to CRM Wikipedia: Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Customer Service and Support, Field Service Management, Help Desk and Call Management, Lead Distribution Management, Marketing Automation, Sales Force Automation (SFA), Sage
No longer are customers simply sideline participants. Organizations are empowering them with a wealth of knowledge to engage in more informed decision-making. A customer relationship management (CRM) solution that encompasses all aspects of your business gives customers unprecedented visibility into the actions that impact them. Ultimately, this leads to greater accountability within the organization, and greater satisfaction among customers.
Related to CRM Wikipedia: Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Customer Service and Support, Marketing Automation, Sales Force Automation (SFA), Exact, Management of Companies and Enterprises, Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services
While virtually all hosted customer relationship management (CRM) applications support sales force automation, marketing campaign management, and customer service, providing front-to-back-office integration has become a clear differentiator for small to medium businesses (SMBs). Read this white paper?which includes a handy table of evaluation criteria?to find out how to select the right hosted CRM software for you.
Related to CRM Wikipedia: Customer Relationship Management (CRM), NetSuite
 
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