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When You’re Ready for CRM, Get a Solution That Fits

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Your customer relationships are a vital part of your business success.  Keeping track of customer details is an important part of providing long-term (and loyal) customers with what they want, when they want it.  A customer relationship management (CRM) solution can help you keep important customer details at your fingertips, as well as provide valuable insight that you can use to improve customer service.  Not all CRM solutions are the same, so be sure to choose one that fits.

Before you run out to shop for a CRM solution, conduct a fact-finding meeting first.  Get with your key players and list goals and activities that you hope a CRM solution can accomplish.  As noted in “Benefits of CRM Software and How to Choose a Platform,” posted by Jayson DeMers on SmallBizTrends.com, you can have a simple solution that manages contacts, appointments and schedules, and specific tasks for you and your team.  There are other more robust solutions that can manage marketing campaigns, customer service activities, and offer powerful business intelligence.  Knowing your needs and wants is an important first step.  Below are a few other points to consider.

  1. Growth begets growth:  A CRM solution should be flexible and scalable.  Your solution will help you grow your business, so get a solution that can grow with you.  Also, select a certified software vendor that can provide support during upgrades or as your business grows and changes.
  2. Building connections:  A CRM solution can be used as a stand-alone solution or integrated with your enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution.  Connecting finances and other business operations to your customer data can provide greater insight that can boost sales and improve customer service.
  3. Deployment options:  Sales teams often do their best work outside of the office, so keep them connected to important customer data with a CRM solution that can be accessed on laptops, tablets, or smartphones.  Cloud deployments are often more affordable, quick to implement, and will keep your team closer to real-time customer data.

The right CRM solution can be a powerful tool for your sales team that can keep important customer information organized, reduce time between proposal and contract, and boost sales and customer service activities.  Discuss your CRM options with the specialists at Socius.  Our team of experts can help you find a CRM solution that suits your business needs and goals.

By Socius, Microsoft Dynamics CRM Partner based out of Ohio

One Response to “When You’re Ready for CRM, Get a Solution That Fits”

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