Sage ACT integration with Social CRM such as Facebook
Sage ACT’s CRM Strategy for Social Media
Do you have a strategy for integrating your CRM with Social Media? If you are like most firms, you might not have a real strategy yet. At best, you might have a Facebook page or even a Twitter account. You may even be associated with a few people at LinkedIn.
But do you have a strategy? ACT! 2013 is offering their assistance.
Free Whitepaper on Sage ACT integration with Social CRM
Download and read the Whitepaper and find out how ACT integrates with Social CRM so that you can get the most out of web 2.0.
Here are several highlights from the CRM Social Marketing whitepaper:
- Using Social Media to engage with your customers. Your customers are using, so you need to figure it out. There are cost effective ways to reach customers via social media. Understand how customers are changing how they gain trust and insight about your business.
- Benefits of Integrating Social Media with Sage ACT 2013. Use ACT to prospect and find new customers. Builde better relationships. Gain business efficiency through social media tools.
We hope this whitepaper makes you curious to dig into CRM solutions such as Sage ACT.
Sage ACT – Social Media and Marketing
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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. Click here to access and download the whitepaper for selecting the CRM right implementation partner.
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