It’s easy to think of CRM software as a tool that only the salespeople use. But great Customer Relationships (the “CR” in CRM) are built on more than just sales.
Customer Communication and Response
No doubt your accounting department gets regular requests from sales and customer service regarding the status of customer orders, shipments, credit limits, payments, and endless other accounting and operational inquiries.
When Sage CRM is integrated with Sage 100 ERP, all of your company data – from sales to accounting – is centralized in one single database. That means everyone in your company (using ERP or CRM) has access to customer information and can get answers quickly by performing their own inquiries.
Not only does your accounting staff benefit from fewer daily interruptions, but your customers get a faster and more direct response from the people they deal with most often – your sales and customer service staff.
Many businesses find that customer purchases made after the initial sale are considerably more profitable. Therefore, ongoing marketing programs aimed at current customers can be an important aspect of building customer loyalty and mutually beneficial relationships.
The Sage CRM Marketing component allows you to build a detailed profile of your customers to ensure that marketing communication is highly relevant. With the right information, your marketing team make can design more effective promotions based on a customer’s previous purchases, product preferences, and other important characteristics of your relationship. Simply put, CRM software can help you understand and identify the true up-sell and cross-sell opportunities in every customer relationship.
Customer Service & Support
Sales and marketing bring new customers to your business, but your Customer Service and Support department keeps them withyou for the long haul. Sage CRM Customer Care provides your customer service personnel with fast access to service requests, recent customer communications (phone/email), support cases, call and escalation history, document.
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