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5 Types Of CRM Software - What's Right For You?
CIOinsight, November 18th, 2021
Customer relationship management (CRM) is an umbrella term used to describe various techniques designed to help businesses collect and manage information related to their customers and their buying habits

"When implemented effectively, CRM allows companies to identify potential leads, target high-value prospects, stay connected with current clients, create personalized offers for repeat buyers, and develop relationships with people who may not yet be customers.

Because this category encompasses so much, there are many types of CRM software to choose from. In this article, we break down the five types of CRM software, their uses, and major features..."

Which CRM Is Better, Part 3: Hubspot vs. Microsoft Dynamics
Business 2 Community, November 19th, 2021
Having a robust, user-friendly CRM platform in your 'arsenal' of sales and marketing tools is a huge advantage in today's competitive marketplace

"Of course, there are a lot of CRM options out there. It can be difficult to determine which selection would match your business needs most closely. Two of the more popular choices include HubSpot and Microsoft Dynamics. Both of these platforms are Cloud-based CRM systems that empower businesses to segment their customer base, automate key sales and marketing tasks, and manage client relationships through all aspects of the buyer's journey. However, which option is best for your business?..."

Most Important CRM Software Requirements
CIOINSIGHT, November 19th, 2021
Businesses across all industries use customer relationship management (CRM) software to effectively manage their marketing efforts and customer base, but not every business needs the same features or capabilities for their CRM platform.

"Whether you're interested in implementing your first CRM system or switching to a new CRM, it's important to understand common CRM requirements...

The acronym CRM stands for customer relationship management. It refers to a set of strategies and processes for managing your business's marketing efforts and interactions with customers. Many businesses use it as a way of working with their existing customer base, as well as a means of acquiring new clients..."

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