Sherpa, an enterprise video production company located in Northern California, runs their entire sales pipeline with Zoho CRM.
Watch how Sherpa uses Zoho CRM to increase visibility of their sales pipeline by 65% and reduce lead to warm prospect time by 60%, all contributing to greater profits.
Southern California based start-up Mogl gives cash back to consumers for eating out and has seen sales soar since incorporating Zoho products into their business. In addition they donate a portion of every customer transaction to charity.
Watch how Mogl uses Zoho CRM, Creator, and Reports to operate lean while experiencing rapid growth.
Every business, no matter the industry, eventually needs a CRM. As a company that has been in the CRM space for a decade now, we are always pleasantly surprised when customers from across various verticals tell us how our system works for them. It inspires us to create a product that is so flexible and customizable, that it fits everybody’s needs. That’s why we believe in #CRMforAll
Don’t believe us? Here are 5 unique companies that use Zoho CRM:
“The team at Zoho Campaigns, in particular, has been fabulous to work with–highly responsive and dedicated. With their assistance we have been able to deliver professional looking and highly-effective communications without having to invest in outside resources,” says Angie Kearns, Brand Manager at Noxilizer, Inc.
Founded in 2004, Noxilizer, Inc. is a provider of an advanced, room-temperature nitrogen dioxide (NO2) based sterilization technology. With a flexible, advanced technology that sets them apart, Noxilizer’s goal is to drive awareness of NO2 technology, a clear understanding of its advantages, applications for its equipment and services and overall acceptance of the technology globally.
Noxilizer is committed to personalized, customer-centric selling and utilizes Zoho CRM to help manage their sales activities. Additionally, the company augments direct sales activities with email marketing. Using Zoho Campaigns, they’re able to reach out to industry decision makers with professional looking communications and reinforce their key selling points.
What challenge did they face?
Typical of most fast growing start-ups, Noxilizer is challenged with availability of resources and scalability. As a result, their choice of CRM software needed to address these challenges and provide effective solutions. Read more
Chicago based health-information technology company Intuitive Solutions, places engaging their website visitors in real-time at a premium. As founder and CEO Teyyab Yunnus puts it, “We wanted to do more than just live-chat with the customer – we wanted to engage with the customer. Zoho SalesIQ converted our website analytics into actionable intelligence and we started closing deals online, right from day 1 of implementation”
In essence, he wanted to create an experience for a customer visiting his website that would ensure each potential lead receives personalized attention and be nurtured into a customer.
Watch below to see how Intuitive Solutions uses Zoho SalesIQ to provide a positive, engaging experience for potential customers.
“We had more Excel files than we knew what to do with.”
It was September 2014 and national head of auction operations G. Praveen Kumar knew that a change had to be made.
“It was simply becoming too complicated to manage a multitude of shared Excel files for all of our data. I knew we needed a secure, online solution to manage our deals and work flows, but quite honestly I wasn’t sure where to look, or which platform would be the best.
I knew we needed something, and I wanted it in place before the start of fiscal year 2015. I needed something online that we could learn very quickly, where we could store our data and share it across users. There was a real sense of urgency to get something in place.”
“Each of our sales was averaging between $10,000-$200,000 and we badly needed a CRM to help manage these large groups!”
It was mid-2012, and JusCollege, a startup hospitality company focused on booking vacations for large groups of college students was just beginning to get traction.
As co-founder Allan Teruel recalls, it was an internal incident which prompted the search for a CRM solution.
“We were using Google Docs for sales tracking and one day we accidentally deleted a very key Google doc that had important customer information – this was because Google Docs was not really meant to be used as a sales tool. At that point I decided we need to make an investment into some kind of a software to manage our sales pipeline and began what turned out to be a very brief search before I found Zoho.”