Organizations invest in tools such as a CRM like Salesforce with the best intentions of using it to streamline operations, only to have it remain largely unused six months to even a year or two down the road.
How can you ensure your CRM implementation is successful and you get the most out of the investment? There are five techniques you can leverage to avoid the common pitfalls associated with failed CRM implementations.
The most effective Salesforce organizations will not remain stagnant. To get the most out of your Salesforce you are going to need someone to maintain and manage it. But how do you decide who is best for your organization?
So you’ve implemented Salesforce, but do you have a plan for maintaining it? A plan is essential to not only swiftly and proactively addressing issues before they become full-blown problems, but also to ensuring the system grows and evolves with your organization.
Leaving a legacy behind. Arizona State Land Department’s transformation to the cloud enables modern customer experience and operational efficiency
There are three main types of CRM: Operational CRM, Analytical CRM, Collaborative CRM
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