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Posts Tagged ‘Cost of CRM’

Budgeting for CRM Software? Start Here.

Is your organization in the market for a CRM (Customer Relationship Management) solution? And have you been charged with rounding up some figures to present for budgeting? Well, good news, we can help with that. Knowing up front the total cost of the software, maintenance, and ongoing costs can be very helpful during your budgeting […]

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How Much Will Microsoft Dynamics 365 Cost?

Microsoft Dynamics 365 (formerly Microsoft Dynamics CRM) is the latest iteration of CRM software from Microsoft and is built to enhance your entire office system. Other posts will extol the virtues of Dynamics 365, and you may already be aware of some of them. But what you may be wondering is: What will it cost […]

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Automated Price Quote for Microsoft Dynamics CRM

If you are researching CRM (Customer Relationship Management) software solutions for your business, information is key. You will have questions about application, compatibility and processes. And if yours is a startup or small to mid-sized business, or even a growing concern looking for a higher level of CRM, one of the questions you undoubtedly have […]

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Plan for Sales Revenue Growth

It's that time of year again... The smell of fall, football, apple cider, Halloween and next year’s planning.  Yes, it’s that time of year again, and for many of us entering the 4th quarter of the year it is a time to ponder two critical questions: 1) Are we achieving the sales results that we […]

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Defining the Case for CRM Before Making the Investment

The promise of customer relationship management (CRM) software is compelling: increased sales, lower customer acquisition costs, and improved service response times. Yet, not all CRM deployments are created equal, and many fall short of generating these benefits.
Why? In many cases, it’s because the company lacks a clear business case for CRM, which defines why you need the system and what business value you expect it to create. Read More...

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