Email is rapidly changing--trying to apply yesterday's strategy to today's most powerful marketing medium is a colossal missed opportunity and mistake.
Five easy steps that any company can take to design and execute an effective customer satisfaction survey program.
The best way to value your customers' time is by placing concomitant value on the time of your agents.
One of the greatest benefits of moving to a CRM solution is the ability to integrate front- and back-office processes.
The concept of having customers help themselves is actually a rather old idea--the difference today is that the channels for reaching customers, from voice response systems to kiosks and the Web, have evolved.
Companies need to respond to the market with agility and appropriate customer relationship-focused sales talent.
The business case for CRM should include tangible net benefits, intangible benefits, and a risk assessment.
Having the right production information or customer information at your representatives' fingertips is a fundamental yet crucial step. It can mean the difference between losing a customer that is put on hold, solving a customers' inquiry or even upselling on an opportunity.
Seven tips for managing project scope creep.
Supply chain management does impact customer satisfaction as it relates to product delivery dates and product quality.
An important goal of a customer advisory board is to provide an excellent source of quantitative and qualitative data that goes beyond checkboxes on surveys or conversations over coffee.
You can't predict when a prospect may need your products and services, but you can stack the odds in your favor.
The pharmaceutical industry collects a tremendous volume of information about physicians and the prescriptions they write. The challenge lies in making sense of the prescription statistics and other aspects of physician profiles.
To attain intelligence-driven, profit-focused self-service, companies can follow this simple four-step plan.
Organizations simply cannot make solid decisions based on the 15 to 20 percent of collective knowledge that is housed in CRM systems, nor can they ignore the content of customer emails stored in its CRM systems.
In the second generation hosted-CRM environment, it is the business user who should be able to set the workflow simply by defining his business rules.
Proactive companies know the importance of the last mile of CRM and have turned to automated customer communications solutions to drive down costs, increase revenue and improve loyalty.
For companies that have not committed to the siren call of offshore sourcing, advice from those organizations that have tried and thrived can be summarized as, Take time to do it right.
The most important factor to consider when implementing a CRM solution is data--and there are three key elements that need close consideration throughout all aspects of the implementation: pre-import data cleansing, data enhancement, and data integration.
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