Investing in software for your business is a critical, yet sometimes substantial expense. This article is going to help you understand the true cost of implementing your software and how to avoid costly and ineffective solutions.
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If it’s sitting in solos across your company in databases, in disconnected legacy, online systems, in excel or individual outlook files? Let’s consider how you would enjoy access to all this data in a single consolidated view.
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Traditionally, CRM has been associated with lead tracking, contact management, and post-sales customer service support. At Mavenlink, we believe that there is a missing element in this definition—professional service delivery and the customer relationship management that happens after the sale, via project management and financial tracking through to payment and reporting.
Filed under crm, customer relationship management, toolset, vital role, development, social features
Most sales managers see the benefits of a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system. In CRM their sales data is stored centrally and presented in an easy-to-follow format, allowing them to monitor sales processes, staff performance and, as a result, optimize selling.
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