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REDO-Why Customer Service is The Most Valuable Service You Sell.

Written By: Cliff Ford on September 13, 2015 No Comment

CRM can help you become a better marketer

 

When it comes to business marketing it has become much more complex over the last few years. How do you stand out in a crowd? Simple: by selling your service in a non evasive way. In order to do that you need to find tools that help you.

CRM is the key to growth in today’s world!

One of the most powerful tools you can use to increase your customer service is the use of customer relationship management software. CRM is not hard to use once you understand its benefits. The key is to use the CRM system to help you improve your customer service.

Its all about how you handle yourself with customers these days!

You can have the best product or service in the world and if your customer did not get the proper customer service they will walk away unhappy. Poor customer service it the number one cause for loss of business.

Customer Service should be top priority

When you are in business you can not afford the loss of even one customer to poor customer service. You must strive to improve your customer service skills and using a CRM system will help you reach this goal. Remember, customer service is the most valuable service any business can sell.

Free Download - CRM Excel Tool - TCO CalculatorFree Download: CRM TCO Calculator

With this excel tool, you will be able to compare the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of more than 10 of the top CRM systems.

The comparison calculator includes the following CRM software systems: Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Salesforce.com, SugarCRM, Saleslogix, Sage CRM, Sage ACT, and more…

You will be able to plug in your numbers and compare the results between various CRM systems. This tool was created by CRM professionals – and is now available to our readers.

With this tool, you will be able to identify the key TCO line items that are relevant for any CRM implementation. We have also included data for comparing CRM software systems such as Microsoft CRM, Salesforce.com, SugarCRM, Sage CRM, Sage SalesLogix and more. You will be able to view the 3 Year and 5 Year Total Cost of Ownership for both SaaS (Online/On-Demand) and Licensed (On-premise) pricing models.

==>Click HERE to Download and Access the CRM calculation and comparison tool<==

TCO line items include:

  1. Staffing
  2. Mobile
  3. Licensing
  4. User price
  5. Network
  6. Rollout/Implementation
  7. Support
  8. Hardware (incl. Server and Users)
  9. and more…

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Free Download - CRM Excel Tool - CRM Feature ComparisonFree Download: CRM Feature Comparison

With this spreadsheet tool, you will be able to compare the features and details of the top CRM systems.

You will be able to compare and evaluate the following CRM business software systems: Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Infusion, Goldmine, Saleslogix, and more…

CRM evaluation topics include: Matrix of Features, Price/Licensing, Available Entities/Modules, Network/Hardware Platforms, and more…

You will be able to view the pros and cons of these CRM solutions side by side – and compare the strengths and weaknesses of these various CRM systems. This tool was created by CRM experts – and is now available to our readers.

Using this Excel spreadsheet tool, you will be empowered to recognize the chief differences between almost 10 of the top CRM systems, including Sage SalesLogix, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Pivotal, GoldMine, Sage ACT! and more.

==>Click HERE to Download and Access the CRM Comparison Excel spreadsheet comparison tool<==

CRM Comparison Topics include:

  1. CRM Features
  2. Feature Details (Sync, Call Center, Quoting, E-commerce, Lead Management, Security, Workflow, and much more).
  3. Entities and Modules (e.g. SFA, Marketing, Service, etc)
  4. Network and Hardware (Microsoft, Linux, etc…)
  5. Costs and Pricing (Licensing, etc..)
  6. Industry/SIC/NAICS information

Comparison Webinar: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 vs Salesforce.com

This comparison between Salesforce.com and Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 will assist you in your CRM evaluation. To view the on-demand webinar, click the image below.

CRM Webinar - Microsoft Dynamics CRM vs Salesforce.com

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Locations for CRM Consulting and Training

We encourage you to sign up for our CRM Newsletter. We also suggest going directly to websites such as Microsoft CRM, SugarCRM, Saleslogix as well as CRM partners in your area.

If you need assistance in finding the best CRM implementation partner in your region, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Simply fill out the form and detail your message in the “Message” field. We have CRM partners in all regions in the United States, including the following cities:

New York, New York, Los Angeles, California, Chicago, Illinois, Houston, Texas, Phoenix, Arizona, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, San Antonio, Texas, San Diego, California, Dallas, Texas, San Jose, California, Detroit, Michigan, San Francisco, California, Jacksonville, Florida, Indianapolis, Indiana, Austin, Texas

About the author

Cliff Ford Author: Cliff Ford. CRM Solution Comparison has provided CRM cloud software reviews and evaluations for several years. Our staff of CRM certified partners implements, tests and uses the various systems discussed within this blog. We have created a number of excellent CRM comparison and evaluation tools that we provide our readers. Google

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