Small business owners know all too well what it means to sacrifice for the good of their company. But one thing they should never have to sacrifice is having a quality CRM solution for the sake of saving money.
Today’s leading CRM systems present on the market are designed and produced by massive Fortune 500 companies. Salesforce CRM, Microsoft Dynamics 365, and others like them are produced by massive multinational corporations. These are not produced with small businesses in mind
I love it when I can show a company how they can save $23,000 a year. A small business we worked with was using a SalesForce CRM system. It was overly complicated for their needs, yet they still couldn’t completely customize it to fit the way they worked.
A small consulting company wants a web app to track employee time. A local insurance company wants a system to calculate policy quotes. A new coaching company wants a client portal. A growing manufacturer wants complete reports that pull data from multiple systems. A division of a medical equipment company wants a simple CRM system just to track sales.
2020 has been a challenging year in so many ways. From a business perspective, we're more optimistic about the future than we were this time last year, and we'd like to share some of the things we're bringing to our small business clients in 2021.
Today's "Big Box" customer relationship management systems are so complicated it is just not fun anymore. Why? Because they're built by Fortune 500 companies. What does a Fortune 500 company know about your small business? Their systems include a bunch of features that are "built-in" and ready to go, but they were designed with their big business mindset. So they are over-the-top complicated.
Once you install a CRM System in your business, chances are you’re going to have it for a long time. Why? Because change comes with a cost.
CRM systems are used every day, and as a result they become “part of the process”, just like email or a mobile device. So before diving in, know the costs. The monthly subscription fee is only part of the story. Find out things like…
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