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What Is CRM?

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What is CRM and Best Practices?

CRM stands for Customer Relationship Management. CRM is a software tools which provide a platform to serve better service at low cost with better understanding which results good relationship. It cover pre-sales activities, sales and after sales activities. In pre-sales activities, it keeps the records of the all prospects, customer, their status, their new requirements, etc., sales activities, and post-sales activities; customer support/services etc. CRMs using customer service software can help to retain customers and win over new business.

Every business process is unique, with different market strategies, different customer strategies, different business processes, and different expectations. The challenge for businesses today is to use differentiated customer strategies and take intelligent (info based decision) action across all of their channels - and to manage these activities efficiently by using CRM software.

CRM software is dedicated to providing guides and links to CRM best practices; for marketing and sales professionals who are seeing to customer as a king and moving toward a customer centric goal.

Organizations have realized that customer role is vital in their business so they are adopting CRM techniques. Organization is going to interact with that customer throughout the life of the relationship, not just the single or double sale. Organizations are looking for CRM software that fits their needs, easy to use, safe.

Organizations set realistic goals and periodically measure their progress. Once organizations have the system in place and running and they have trained their people, they start with a few quick wins. Periodically check to see meeting your pre-defined goals. Always remember, CRM system is only as good as the information.

Organizations spend heavily to improve customer services, but they still struggle to achieve satisfactory results on their effort. But, CRM software has solved this problem, CRM software comes up after using best practices to address five critical issues: governance, process management, data management, user friendly and latest technology. As a result, CRM software gives following benefits: increased revenues, lower costs, higher ROIs, and improved competitive strength.


Related Books
CRM Handbook
A Business Guide to Customer Relationship Management
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This is the best textbook for managers on the mechanics. It's a standout in a field that's filled with squishy books that go on at length about how important CRM is, but which lack details.

Customer Relationship Management, Second Edition
Customer Relationship Management, Second Edition
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This book combines Professor Buttle's considerable insights with practical examples and provides a step-by-step pragmatic approach to the application of CRM in business.



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