CRM Lowers Cost of Sales
With Sage CRM, your sales people have a single point of access to contacts, calendars, meetings, follow-up tasks, accounts, call lists, sales opportunities, pipeline reports, and everything else they need to produce more revenue per sales hour. And with automated workflow built right into the software, they’ll spend more time selling and less time juggling administrative tasks and paperwork.
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Tapping Hidden Revenue
You can track your customers’ sales history, buying patterns, communication preferences, and other important data that will help you deliver highly-targeted and timely follow up. With Sage CRM, you’ll uncover cross-sell opportunities and maximize the lifetime value of every customer relationship.
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CRM and ERP: Even Better Together
Everyone who has contact with a customer – whether it’s a sales person or someone on accounting staff - has up-to-date customer information on-hand. That means sales people have access to recent shipments or customer credit status without fumbling around in the accounting system. It also means that when a sales person enters a quote or order in Sage CRM, the data is automatically transferred into your Sage ERP system. Accounting no longer has to re-enter the same order data from hand-written notes or printed reports from sales.
How CRM Works with Your ERP System
New Integration Between Sage 300 and Sage CRM