Difference #1 – Profiling
A fundamental goal of your CRM strategy should be to accurately profile the organizations that you do business with and any interactions that you have with these companies. With Sage, you can do that in a way that makes sense for you. Sage makes this very easy.
Difference #2 – Extending
Clients do this all the time, especially with accounting data. Sage CRM is a great tool for order processing and then having orders flow right into accounting.
Difference #3 - Controlling a Process
The companies that leverage these different controls that I’m going through, are ultimately much more successful with their CRM strategies.
With Sage CRM we can profile absolutely anything. We can record communications and documents against whatever it is we want to profile AND we can readily integration with our website, our accounting system, or anything else. If any of the departments in your organization have reached the tipping point of ‘needing to be more structured’, then take a closer look at Sage CRM.
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Guest Blog Post by DCAA
This article was provided by Dan Cousins & Associates Inc. (DCAA). Since 2004, DCAA has focused exclusively on managing Sage CRM projects. In addition to providing implementation, training, consulting and support, they are development partners for Sage CRM.