Small and medium businesses (SMBs) continue to fuel demand for customer relationship management (CRM) systems, and more software firms are stepping up to offer appropriate technologies. SMBs, defined as companies with 1,000 or fewer employees, are searching for CRM solutions that will allow them to satisfy customers, control costs, and comply with various government regulations. But when choosing CRM software, it’s important to keep in mind that the needs of small and medium businesses aren’t always the same.
In a 2006 survey conducted by CRMGuru, 50% of the respondents indicate that they base their satisfaction with a company on the sum of "interactions with a brand's products, services, and people." How does your company measure up? You have an excellent product, your customer service department is highly responsive, and your personnel have received extensive training.
Learn how to break down silos, reinvent productivity, and help your sales team achieve success by unifying transactional systems, social networking, and strong customer relationships. Download this free Nucleus report that says teams using the Microsoft Relationship Sales solution increased productivity 12-15 percent.**
You’ll also learn how to:
Empower your sellers with savvy insights that engage and delight customers.
Scale the power of one-on-one relationship selling by unifying the sales experience.
Offer your team tools to reinvent the way they sell and help transform your company’s bottom line.
Use Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales along with LinkedIn Sales Navigator to help sellers identify future customers and suggest ways to engage with them.
**Claims based on a 2017 study by Nucleus Research that analyzed more than 50 ROI case studies on CRM deployments from 2015 to 2017. Companies ranged in size from small and medium-sized businesses to large multinational enterprises. Re
Saddled with a home-grown business-management tool originally designed for its retail business, the Best Buy for Business sought a solution that would support its extensive outside sales force and would provide a commercial CRM solution it could sell to business customers. Best Buy for Business found both in Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
Published By: Insightly
Published Date: May 29, 2015
Today’s Customer Relationship Management (CRM) applications for small and medium sized businesses are easy to use, powerful and affordable and can give your business the same advantages as large organizations.
It’s tough for community financial institutions to succeed, especially when faced with fierce competition from large banks with large budgets. See how IBM can help with solutions tailored for community banks. Click now and receive the new 18-page report from TowerGroup on CRM Metrics and how smart banks measure success.
Published By: NetSuite
Published Date: Nov 18, 2006
This white paper reveals the most vital elements needed to develop a seamless value chain; one that realistically enables an SMB to develop valuable 2-way relationships with their most valuable customer segments.
Published By: Salesboom
Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
The high price and complexity of traditional, installed-on-premise enterprise software has left SMBs unable to obtain true integrated Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software. On-demand software-as-a-service is changing all that. This white paper discusses the benefits of the on-demand, or hosted CRM and ERP vs on premise CRM and ERP solution and the benefits to the SMB.