Every business juggles multiple systems and spreadsheets and needs better control of it’s sales, marketing and customer service.
Companies should look ‘inwards’ and set in place the correct tools and procedures for the business to take advantage of the upturn when it comes.
The Sage CRM Online Trust Centre includes two whitepapers on CRM security. Learn more about how we manage your data in the Sage CRM Cloud Platform.
What will 2013 hold and what should you be including in your social media strategy for 2013? Social Tv, Social Enterprise and Social CRM will be big trends in 2013.
By Beatrice Whelan, Social Media and Content Specialist at Sage We had an amazing two days at the Dublin Web Summit on the 17th and 18th October. We were exhibiting at the Web Summit to promote Sage One and Sage CRM and we had a phenomenal interest in both products. Sage Commercial Product Manager, Simon […]
When we look for examples of how to do businesses we are naturally inclined to look at the best performers in the market to see what strategies helped to get them where they are. What we sometimes forget is how our own and often seemingly insignificant experiences can provide the most valuable business lessons.
The Sage CRM Community, community.sagecrm.com, is the go-to place for all your Sage CRM knowledge, queries and training. The community provides everyone from everyday Sage CRM users to admin users and partners with up-to-date news and views about the product they’re using and selling. With a highly active community membership, it really is the hub for all your Sage CRM information and the best place to engage with like-minded users and partners.
Sometimes in companies that have both sales & marketing departments there can be a disconnect between both departments. Sales people are always complaining that the marketing people are not generating enough leads for them. Marketing people are always highlighting the amount of leads they have generated that have not been converted to sales. So who’s right?
Customers should be for life, and your relationship with them needs to grow and evolve as their needs and the economy changes. That’s the message fromTom Nolan, head of strategic account management for Sage,who believes that during times of economic
hardship it makes sense to hang on to the customers you have at the same time as trying to find new ones.