But is Sage CRM a good fit for small businesses? Let's examine that question a little more closely.
Sage CRM Implementation Process
While companies that use Sage CRM come in different shapes and sizes, the "sweet spot" for Sage CRM seems to be with businesses that require:
- 5 to 25+ staff that need to access the system
- A minimum of $3 million in annual gross revenue
- Have new members within their leadership team
Where do you get the 5 to 25+ users from?
If there are fewer than 6 or 7 people involved in the process, management typically does not need to be so systematic. There are many CRM systems at the lower end of the pricing spectrum that could make more sense for businesses in those situations.
Why a Baseline of 3 Million in Revenue?
Check out the infographic below for more details on investment requirements.
Why New Members within the Leadership Team?
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Guest Article 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