This is the fourth post in a five part series looking at the 5 Big Questions of CRM Systems.
If you missed the first three posts, you’ll want to check out Who should use a CRM, What is CRM and Why You should use CRM.
This post will discuss when you should implement CRM into your business.
As a small business, you probably use an organizational process that has worked well up to this point. Maybe you’ve used Excel to keep track of new purchases and contact information, or maybe you use several different apps for your data.
Whatever your process has been, you’re looking for something more. (or you wouldn’t be reading this!) Read more
An admin newbie? Still trying to learn the ropes? Being the guy with “all the power” is not as fancy as it sounds. It’s a two-sided coin, where the word RESPONSIBILITY is spelled out in bold.
Not to worry! We are here to help you get a sneak peek into the admin cheat sheet and let you in on some best habits to keep.
This is the post in a series looking at the 5 Big Questions of CRM Systems.
In the first post, we answered who should use CRM and in the second post I gave you five ways to start using Zoho CRM immediately.
We recently asked a group of small businesses to identify their biggest challenge regarding sales and marketing. 70% of respondents said engaging, qualifying and following up with leads was their biggest challenge and 61% said prioritizing and tracking activities and follow-ups for their sales team was also a problem.
CRM systems are designed to help your small business solve challenges when it comes to following up with leads and managing your sales team’s priorities. Read more
Customizing a survey to match your brand can be done in a flash and, participants can recognize your label right away. To get better responses, you can also host the survey on your domain.
Zoho Survey introduces the white label feature to enable you to distribute surveys from your domain.
What is a white label survey?
A white label survey allows only your brand name on your surveys – you won’t find a Zoho Survey logo anywhere on the questionnaire.
Using the white label feature, you will be able to host your surveys on your domain. It requires you to map your domain with Zoho Survey, to distribute surveys carrying your domain name in the web link. Read more
This is the post in a five part series answering the who, what, when, where and why of CRM Systems.
In the first post, we discussed who should use a CRM system. In this post we’ll define CRM.
CRM refers to the system a company uses to analyze customer interactions and measure data throughout the customer lifecycle. The goal of CRM is to improve business relationships with customers through retention and acquisition.
Think of it as a tool you need to manage business relationships, practices and strategies. It goes beyond managing your business contacts by also managing relationships with vendors, and internal sales and marketing teams. Read more
This is the first post in a five part series answering the who, what, when, where and why of CRM Systems.
First we want to look at who should use a CRM system. Don’t worry if you aren’t exactly sure what a CRM system is. I will define that in the next post. Let’s first decide if you should use one.
CRM systems are designed to help your small business solve challenges when it comes to managing your sales and marketing initiatives.
In a recent survey we conducted, CRM users ranked the ways a CRM has helped their business. 67 percent said using a CRM system helped them follow up on opportunities and leads and 56 percent said it helped customer relationships because the interactions were accessible in one place.
Here are three questions to help determine if you’re ready for a CRM system: Read more
I’m surprised when my friends tell me they know nothing about the culture of a company they are about to join. ‘It pays well, and I like my job title. That’s all that matters.’ Does it, really? These are important factors, for sure, but if you can’t be happy where you work, you won’t stick around for long.
Happiness is subjective, of course. What makes me happy, may not matter to you. I feel happy when I am doing the kind of work that satisfies my creative needs, in a workplace where I can see myself learning and growing as a person and in my career. This is greatly influenced by the company’s culture.
How can you determine what a company’s work culture is before taking the plunge and accepting the job offer?