Are you in Real Estate and interested in investing in a CRM? Take a look at our top picks for Real Estate CRMs and some handy tips to help you decide which is best for you.
If you’re getting started with a CRM, it can be pretty confusing to work out which reports are essential. Take a look at our pick of the top 5 CRM reports.
There are two words in the English language that strike dread into the hearts of all sales, marketing or customer service teams – data entry. Read on to find out which apps you should be using to reduce data entry and data entry mistakes to almost zero. No, we’re not kidding, we’ve just solved your data entry problems for you.
If you’ve been dutifully inputting all your customer data into an Excel spreadsheet or Google Document, you’ve probably noticed that as your business grows, your spreadsheet is getting harder to manage. Duplicate contacts, insufficient data, inconsistent data entry, it’s becoming a nightmare!
Does your small business need a CRM? Take a look at our infographic to find out.
If you’re a business owner or in sales or marketing, you’ve probably heard about CRM. But what does it really mean? And how do you know if you need it?
Getting a CRM is one thing, making sure everybody uses it, is quite another.
CRM success boils down to three simple things: preparation, execution and follow-up. Sounds easy enough, doesn’t it? Keep in mind that each step is important. Ignoring just one aspect could ruin your investment made in CRM software…
Customers expect you – and your team – to remember what they told you last week, and what their particular interest in your services is; it’s how you show them that they are the most important people for your company. A product that can help you in doing so can prove invaluable for your company. Maintaining relationships with your consumers is at the peak of importance nowadays.