Sage ACT! 2011 integrates with Hoovers
Managing Leads within Sage ACT!
Do you find it hard to manage new leads? Are you frustrated with how very long it takes to buy leads and then bring them into your CRM database? With Sage Business Info Services, ACT! 2011 offers powerful tools for Sales Managers in search of lead generation!
Hoovers covers over 60 million records (both Company and Key People) – and these can be imported directly into ACT CRM. You get (a) Free Business Info – Basic company or competitor information (b) Full Business Details – Full company/competitor information, Contact information, Import leads (limited) (c) Mass Import of New Leads – Full company record, Contact information
Are you in need of leads? Then use the keyword search feature for Hoovers – right within ACT 2011. Build an “A List” of your target clients – possibly a query with parameters such as Location, Size, Industry, Type, People, Financial Data.
Hoovers within ACT provides three levels of service:
Level 1 – Directory
Level 2 – Relationship Manager
Level 3 – Researcher
Configuring an Account
So how does it work? To establish an account, users will sign up for a Sage Connected Services for ACT! Account. This manages Email Marketing, Business Info Services, etc… This acts as a Single Account for related services. That means you as an ACT! user receive a single bill for these services.
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The comparison calculator includes the following CRM software systems: Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Salesforce.com, SugarCRM, Saleslogix, Sage CRM, Sage ACT, and more…
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With this tool, you will also be able to plug in your numbers and compare the results between various CRM implementation options. This tool was compiled by CRM experts – and is now available to our readers.
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With this tool, you will also be able to plug in your numbers and compare the results between various CRM implementation options. This tool was created by CRM gold partners – and is now available to our readers.