MyCRM Weekly News Round Up 12/8 – Latest CRM articles.

Each week, we like to try and bring you 5 topics from across the spectrum relating to CRM news from various news and blog sites.  This week we have found our top 5 topics with links to the relevant sites 1.CRM software industry grew significantly in 2013 According to recent analysis by Gartner, the customer relationship management (CRM) software industry grew by about 14 per cent globally last year, and the numbers for 2014 are looking very positive. The Gartner report, called "Market Share Analysis: Customer Relationship Management Software, Worldwide, 2013", indicates that there was a very strong demand for SaaS, or software as a service, a category that includes CRM software. ... [More]

Latest CRM News from the MyCRM Team

As usual this week we have been reviewing a number of great articles around the web on CRM and how businesses make best use of some or all of the functions.  Today we have 4 news articles in our News Cast summary below :-  Mobile CRM and security issues What to do when CRM isn’t working Time to call it quits on your CRM platform Has the CRM revolution already happened?    1.Mobile CRM and security issues   In the past couple of years, there has been much in the way of innovation for customer relationship management, or CRM.  One of these great innovations happens to be mobile CRM. As it stands, more and more companies are rightfully adding mob... [More]

Regardless of your business the customer comes first, and CRM is key

See how car deals improve customer relationships with CRM. No matter what business sector your organisation is in, it helps to understand that keeping existing customers is a lot more profitable than attracting new ones.  Customers may well out grow your service but it is paramount you deliver the best experience while you can. Customer relationship management (CRM) helps businesses take control of their interactions with both future and current customers. A CRM system is a multi-faceted one that uses technology to automate, organise, analyse, and synchronise customer data for sales, marketing, technical support, and customer service purposes. CRM is essential to modern car dealers,... [More]

Using CRM for small business

A lot of small business owners wonder if they really need CRM software. This article goes on to explain why and here at MyCRM we are a great believer in helping the smaller organisation to get going, we have special pricing options for 5 users or less and offer integrated email marketing and setup, and you can see more here http://www.mycrmhosted.com/pricing.aspx But when it comes to your business Customer relationship management, or CRM, plays an integral role in the success of a company regardless of its size.  CRM can help any business gain visibility, build a more knowledgeable and productive workforce, and create happier, loyal customers. All too often, most of the conversation... [More]

Usability and functionality features pay off for CRM providers

A great article I picked up over the weekend which highlights the point that as a provider of CRM having the ability to plugin additional solutions is key, here at MyCRM we pride ourselves on being a CRM provider with a catalogue of extended product solutions. The Article covers a discussion on CRM providers who invest significantly in functionality and usability are leaving the competition in the dust. According a recent study by Nucleus Research, customer relationship management (CRM) providers who focus their time, energy and resources on improving usability and functionality are stepping to the forefront of the industry.  These providers are making their interfaces even easier to... [More]

The art of customer enchantment

I recently picked up this article on Search CRM and thought it would be worth sharing as there are a number interesting points highlighted, one key point is that, it is your approach to good customer service and not a software application that is going to help you succeed. The key to longevity in any industry is rising above the fray and becoming an enduring brand. Silicon Valley author, investor, speaker, and business advisor Guy Kawasaki, who has worked for Apple in the past, has revealed in his new book The Art of Enchantment the three pillars that every great organisation should have in order to enchant customers and build a stronger brand. Kawasaki shared his point of view at the AII... [More]