You most likely do. Can you believe that in a couple weeks it will be Thanksgiving? Before you know it we’ll be ringing in the New Year. And while it may seem like it’s a ways off, now is the time to evaluate your CRM strategy to make sure that in 2019 you fully leverage […]
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Like many CRM users, I rely on Outlook to send and receive emails throughout the day
Microsoft on Tuesday fired a major shot across the bow at Salesforce.com, filing a federal lawsuit against the online software company claiming it infringes on nine patents.
I just watched a Salesforce.com presentation highlighting their new "Document Management' solution which was just announced at the recent Dreamforce conference.
I attended a web based presentation of the Salesforce.com new release and had to share this
I came across this interesting white paper on the crmindustry.com web site on a controversial topic in the world of CRM
some enterprises have determined that SaaS wasn't the way to go
Despite the recession, the need to create differentiation through unique customer experiences, strive for deeper insight into customer needs and behaviors, and serve customers cost-effectively remains.
Seed vs. Sod - A real-world experience that closely parallels the potential methods of implementing a CRM system; Do-It-Yourself vs. using a Professional Partner.
Undoubtedly, the most common question I hear from companies is "How do I cost justify my CRM investment?"
If the high cost of implementing your new software system is preventing you from making the purchase right now, this may change your thinking! This tax incentive could significantly lower the actual cost of your new CRM and/or ERP system.