CRM vendors exist in a constant development cycle. Each vendor is vying to come up with the latest, greatest options and features, while also matching the developments of other vendors. While this is great for CRM users, it can also become a bit overwhelming.
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When it comes to convenience and flexibility, especially for a mobile sales force, it’s hard to beat web applications. And when it comes to web applications, it’s difficult to ignore Google App’s growing presence in the enterprise application space.
Google’s suite of web-based products allows for an unprecedented level of coordination and collaboration on a wide variety of projects, and is a natural fit for cloud-based CRM solutions. (more…)
Your enterprise CRM system has a lot of features designed to streamline your business processes — some of which you may not have explored yet. Workflow automation is one of the more popular features, as it eliminates the need to perform a lot of tasks manually. Within a simple user interface you can easily set up rules to automate many of your day-to-day tasks. (more…)
It’s not an unreasonable requirement by any stretch — all major enterprise CRM vendors offer dashboards of some type — but a dashboard in and of itself is not a true requirement. The real requirement is what kind of information a dashboard should display. (more…)
“You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink”. As it goes with horses, so it often seems to go with CRM systems. A common challenge we hear from clients and prospects is finding ways to maximize CRM user adoption. (more…)
Salesforce and Microsoft Dynamics CRM both consistently rank in the top five most popular CRM products. Part of the secret of their success is that each provides a robust marketplace for third-party applications. (more…)