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ERP Accreditation Report: Cre8tive Technology and Design
Cre8tive Technology and Design has achieved TEC Accreditation for ERP projects Organizations seeking the services of a value-added reseller (VAR), channel partner, implementer, vendor, or consultant require an evaluation of what this service provider has to offer. This report will assist organizations looking to determine the best-fit service provider for their implementation needs. Based on information provided to TEC by Cre8tive Technology and Design and its clients, this report focuses on real-life implementation projects delivered by the service provider to three of its existing clients.

STANDARD TECHNOLOGY USE IN CRM: ERP Accreditation Report: Cre8tive Technology and Design ERP Accreditation Report: Cre8tive Technology and Design Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Document Type: Accreditation Report Description: Organizations seeking the services of a value-added reseller (VAR), channel partner, implementer, vendor, or consultant require an evaluation of what this service provider has to offer. This report will assist organizations looking to determine the best-fit service provider for their implementation needs.
1/22/2013 12:09:00 PM

Making the Leap to CRM
Making the Leap to CRM. Find Free Suggestion and Other Solutions to Define Your Systems Implementation In Relation To CRM Implementation 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.

STANDARD TECHNOLOGY USE IN CRM: Making the Leap to CRM Making the Leap to CRM Source: Oncontact Software Document Type: Checklist/Guide Description: 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. Making the
7/26/2006 2:56:00 PM

How to Embrace CRM and Make it Succeed in Your Organization
Your Challenge: Get Decision Makers' Approval for a CRM Software. Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound. Customer relationship management (CRM) is growing in importance as a competitive tool. However, a successful CRM solution must consider many factors, including a well-defined implementation strategy, the people factor, and the need for integration with the incumbent enterprise resource planning solution. If these conditions are met, CRM can have a dramatic impact on internal processes, customer satisfaction, and company profitability.

STANDARD TECHNOLOGY USE IN CRM: How to Embrace CRM and Make it Succeed in Your Organization How to Embrace CRM and Make it Succeed in Your Organization Source: SYSPRO Document Type: White Paper Description: Customer relationship management (CRM) is growing in importance as a competitive tool. However, a successful CRM solution must consider many factors, including a well-defined implementation strategy, the people factor, and the need for integration with the incumbent enterprise resource planning solution. If these conditions are met,
8/31/2006 12:31:00 PM

The Real Challenge of CRM: Employee Buy-In
The Real Challenge of CRM: Employee Buy-In. Find Free System and Other Solutions to Define Your Systems Implementation In Relation To CRM System. 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?

STANDARD TECHNOLOGY USE IN CRM: The Real Challenge of CRM: Employee Buy-In The Real Challenge of CRM: Employee Buy-In Source: Oncontact Software Document Type: White Paper Description: 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
7/26/2006 2:53:00 PM

CRM: The Essential Guide
Customer relationship management (CRM) solutions can help you achieve success by managing your company’s customer-facing processes and implementing a customer-centric vision. But to make the most of CRM’s benefits, you should weigh and consider the options by answering key questions about your processes and CRM solutions’ capabilities. Find out key CRM principles, and how to best mitigate the cost of CRM implementation.

STANDARD TECHNOLOGY USE IN CRM: CRM: The Essential Guide CRM: The Essential Guide Source: Aptean (CDC Software) Document Type: White Paper Description: Customer relationship management (CRM) solutions can help you achieve success by managing your company’s customer-facing processes and implementing a customer-centric vision. But to make the most of CRM’s benefits, you should weigh and consider the options by answering key questions about your processes and CRM solutions’ capabilities. Find out key CRM principles, and how to best
5/7/2008 4:32:00 PM

The Lexicon of CRM - Part 2: From J to Q
C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part two of a three-part article to provide explanation and meaning for most of the common CRM phraseology. Here, in alphabetical order, we continue the Lexicon of CRM.

STANDARD TECHNOLOGY USE IN CRM: . This is a standard protocol that is used to run queries against databases that are not natively supported (supported directly, with their own language) by an application. Most databases support ODBC connections to front-end tools, in addition to supporting specific applications natively. ODS - Operational Data Store . Part of the data warehouse; fed with scores, behaviors, and clusters in near real-time, to be able to react live to customer actions on the web site. The idea is to better serve the
10/19/2001

What is IFS Up To in the CRM Arena?!
On April 12, Industrial & Financial Systems, IFS AB announced the signing of a definitive agreement for Pivotal Corporation to acquire its division Exactium Ltd. The agreement also launches a global alliance between IFS and Pivotal that will result in Pivotal's sell-side eBusiness solutions being integrated with IFS enterprise applications, which will be marketed by IFS globally.

STANDARD TECHNOLOGY USE IN CRM: their customers. Our common standardization on the Microsoft Windows 2000 platform will enable fast, comprehensive integration of our products. At the same time, Francis continued, we are pleased to announce that as part of our agreement with IFS, Pivotal s innovative eRelationship 2000 solution will be integrated with IFS component-based eBusiness and enterprise applications solutions. The fusion of sell-side eBusiness with the back-office is a critical next step in eBusiness technology that compani
5/16/2000

Why a Call-centric CRM?
Traditional CRM systems have evolved to be used by the entire company (sales, marketing, customer service, accounting, and management), but in doing so they have lost their focus on the primary user--sales. As such, salespeople get stuck with a CRM system that does not increase sales activity, but instead, bogs them down and decreases activity, which subsequently decreases sales. Download this report to learn the criteria that should dominate the decision as to which CRM should be used. This report is for sales people, sales managers, VPs, IT, customer service and general management (CEO, CTO, CFO). It should be required reading for anyone that is part of the CRM selection team.

STANDARD TECHNOLOGY USE IN CRM: Why a Call-centric CRM? Why a Call-centric CRM? Source: Call Pro CRM Document Type: White Paper Description: Traditional CRM systems have evolved to be used by the entire company (sales, marketing, customer service, accounting, and management), but in doing so they have lost their focus on the primary user--sales. As such, salespeople get stuck with a CRM system that does not increase sales activity, but instead, bogs them down and decreases activity, which subsequently decreases sales. Download this
2/27/2012 11:09:00 AM

Saleslogix CRM Best Practices Guide
Find out in the saleslogix CRM guidebook by nucleus research, a leading research analyst firm.

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8/25/2009

A CRM System Needs A Data Strategy
A customer relationship management (CRM) system is inherently valuable for supporting customer acquisition and retention by gathering data from each contact with customers and prospects. Collecting data, however, cannot be isolated from a strategy for actually using that data. Here is an overview of how to evolve the focus of a data strategy to specifically suit both the acquisition and retention phases.

STANDARD TECHNOLOGY USE IN CRM: A CRM System Needs A Data Strategy A CRM System Needs A Data Strategy David McNamara - July 3, 2003 Read Comments Introduction An underutilized customer relationship management (CRM) system - or one that cannot match its owner s expectations - will reflect poorly on both the vendor who sold it and the IT manager who authorized the purchase and installed it. Both, however, can help successfully manage such expectations (and add value to their respective roles) by wisely counseling about the strategic
7/3/2003

Customer-centric CRM
Companies implement a customer relationship management (CRM) system to balance increasing revenue, decreasing costs, while enhancing the customer experience. However, many implementations fail to do this. Companies, however, can meet these goals by implementing a customer-centric CRM. In this system, all business processes throughout the extended enterprise are optimized around customer life cycle care, which builds stronger relationships.

STANDARD TECHNOLOGY USE IN CRM: Customer-centric CRM Customer-centric CRM Source: RightNow Technologies Document Type: White Paper Description: Companies implement a customer relationship management (CRM) system to balance increasing revenue, decreasing costs, while enhancing the customer experience. However, many implementations fail to do this. Companies, however, can meet these goals by implementing a customer-centric CRM. In this system, all business processes throughout the extended enterprise are optimized around customer life
2/1/2006 6:20:00 PM


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