Tag Archives | CRM best-practices

CRM Optimization: 4 New Strategies to Increase Your Inside Sales Team’s Performance

In this last of my series on CRM optimization strategies and the evolving needs of our clients, recall that I began by writing about the shift in focus and expectations regarding CRM systems. It is amazing to see the changes an organization undergoes when they stop seeing their CRM as an administrative tool, and begin […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }

CRM Optimization: 5 New Strategies To Grow Existing “Customer” Relationships

I began this series on CRM optimization and the evolving needs of our clients by writing about the shift in focus and expectations regarding CRM systems. When an organization changes their mindset from viewing CRM as a tool to seeing it as a performing asset, they see, as many of our clients have, that their […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }

CRM Optimization: How to Improve your Marketing & Communication Integration

Throughout this series on CRM optimization and the evolving needs of our clients, I have written at length about the trend for organizations to shift their focus and expectations regarding their CRM systems.  When leaders stop viewing their CRM systems as simple tools, and begin seeing them as a performing asset, they allow their CRM […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }

How to Optimize CRM Team Work & Collaboration

In my first post on CRM optimization and the evolving needs of our clients, I outlined the trend for organizations to shift their focus and expectations regarding their CRM system. By changing their mindset from a strictly sales force automation tool to a business solution, they allow their CRM system to actually help them achieve […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }

The Benefits of CRM Optimization & Visibility: 6 Common Objectives and Applications

In my first post, I introduced the concept of an organizational shift in focus regarding CRM systems, whereby the focus is not so much on the functional/tactical expectations (i.e., being a sales force automation tool), but rather on the desired business outcomes, and how this shift is driving solutions with greater efficacy. With this new […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }
Follow

Follow this blog

Email address