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Why CRM Is So Hard and What To Do About It: Data is key to making CRM work
Making a CRM investment work is a two-step process that begins with unifying disparate systems by creating and managing standardized, reusable business
and What To Do About It: Data is key to making CRM work Introduction Over the next five years, companies will spend $150 billion to reinvent sales, marketing and service. Customer relationship management (CRM) is the hub of this turning wheel, and data is the axle. It's why Gartner calls managing customer-related data the number one obstacle to getting a return on CRM investments. To fully exploit the power of CRM, and to realize its much-hyped promise, organizations must first recognize that
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CRM for Manufacturing vs. Regular CRM
A couple of weeks ago, I published a blog post called Customer Relationship Manufacturing. In this blog post, I described the symbiosis between the sales and
stages; but this is about to change. Also, there needs to be an ongoing flow of communication between sales, production, and customers. Usually, enterprise resource planning (ERP) or CRM systems provide reliable collaboration in one direction only: either sales with production (in an ERP product) or sales with customers (in CRM solutions). Both ways, the information from the customer does not get to the shop floor or it gets there garbled. To address this, business software vendors adopted two strategies:
What Small Businesses Should Know about CRM
For small businesses with limited budgets and IT support, customer relationship management (CRM) has been out of reach. Until now, these small companies have
Small Businesses Should Know about CRM For small businesses with limited budgets and IT support, customer relationship management (CRM) has been out of reach. Until now, these small companies have missed out on the benefits provided by CRM because most applications were built for larger companies. New technology, however, has now emerged that levels the playing field for these smaller businesses by providing a fully customizable and affordable CRM system.
CRM is Busting Out Of Its Britches: Operational, Analytical, and Collaborative CRM Are Born
Back in the early 90’s, ‘CRM’ wasn’t even a trendy acronym. You had a few players thinking beyond 'stovepipe' enterprise applications, but not much beyond
warehouses, data marts, data about data (metadata), business intelligence, OLTP and OLAP, and enterprise value management we can't call all that, simply, CRM, now could we? Analysts like to compartmentalize in an effort to simplify and understand, and forecast winners and losers, and prognosticate on the future. Sometimes we over-compartmentalize, and over-define, to the point of confusion. And sometimes, we almost make sense of it all, and help buyers of technology know both what's available, and what's
YOur CRM Solution in Our 2011 CRM Buyer's Guide
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Top CRM for Financial Services
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Leveraging CRM for Midsize Company Growth
Customer relationship management (CRM) strategies, principles, and technologies play a pivotal role in helping organizations grow from small, entrepreneurial
CRM for Midsize Company Growth Customer relationship management (CRM) strategies, principles, and technologies play a pivotal role in helping organizations grow from small, entrepreneurial companies with ad-hoc processes, into several hundred million dollar powerhouses. This document covers the basics, providing some helpful guidelines, and providing a rough, general framework for you to begin your initiative.
The Challenges of Multitenant-aware CRM Instances with Entity and Function Commonalties
The master/subordinate customer relationship management (CRM) tenant approach facilitates a common set of workflow, record awareness, and data synchronization
Challenges of Multitenant-aware CRM Instances with Entity and Function Commonalties The master/subordinate customer relationship management (CRM) tenant approach facilitates a common set of workflow, record awareness, and data synchronization options across a variety of large-scale CRM instances. Based on years of research and development expertise, this approach lends itself not only to regulatory compliance and reporting solutions but also to ease of use, maintainability, and security. Find out how.
The Benefits of Selecting a CRM Implementation Partner
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CRM Oncontact Software develops .NET CRM software for mid-market companies. Oncontact CRM is a completely Microsoft .NET-based CRM applications suite that automates the sales, marketing, and service areas of mid-market organizations. It can be user-customized through Customizer and Navigator, the built-in toolkits.
SYSPRO CRM is aimed specifically at small to midsize manufacturers and distributors. Unlike other customer relationship management (CRM) solutions that are
CRM SYSPRO CRM is aimed specifically at small to midsize manufacturers and distributors. Unlike other customer relationship management (CRM) solutions that are built around a modular architecture, SYSPRO CRM software uses a table-based architecture to integrate all of the critical CRM functions of marketing, sales, service, and fulfillment into a single module. This integrated architecture means that users from every department—including marketing, sales, service, collections, or shipping—share t
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Pivotal CRM is a full-featured customer relationship management (CRM) platform built on the Microsoft .NET framework, suited to organizations of all sizes
CRM Pivotal CRM is a full-featured customer relationship management (CRM) platform built on the Microsoft .NET framework, suited to organizations of all sizes that are looking to optimize their CRM processes, including sales force, marketing, and service automation. Pivotal is built on a flexible platform, so the CRM experience is built around an organization’s business processes. Pivotal CRM is supported by a full continuum of services that are affordable, easy to use, and configurable to any
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