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CRM Still a Driving Force for Business Success

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CRM Still a Driving Force for Business Success

Today with the advent of Apps and many cloud based application, there is a creation of many alternatives for business application systems. Especially for small businesses, it is a boon to get business applications which do not even need to be implemented and can be started with by just making an account; but as the company grows, they need a more stable and robust application or software to act as a catalyst for the growth story.

A CRM software in this perspective will not be out of fashion for a long time since it is still one of the driving forces for a successful business. A CRM system is not only purported for handling customer inquiries and receiving feedback from the customers, but it is also a foundation for achieving a greater ROI, reducing project turnover time, giving exemplary customer service, etc.

There was a time when having limited line items and with less marketing, organizations were making huge profits, but now we not only need to have a good product range, but also need to have eye catching campaigning of the product and with the help of CRM system you cannot only maintain a good relationship with the customer, but also plan marketing campaigns, prioritize customers, provide unmatched service and reap benefits in terms of repeat business.

In the initial stages of subscribing to a Cloud based Customer management Application, the business does not have a lot of clients and even the activities are more restricted to marketing and focusing on sales, but as the company acquires a good base of customers, the activities expand to customer service, finance, admin, etc. Overall the management can now not depend on just that one Cloud Software. Here, the company has 2 choices – either buy different software and integrate them all or invest in just one software which takes care of all activities.

A CRM software will not go out of use soon as it is known for efficiently generating the best output for the company. Starting from collecting the data, then identifying the prospects to the closing the deals CRM system can help in quick processing and completing the task much faster and in just few clicks.

Though times have changed and organizations approach their customer through online and offline media tool like Twitter, Facebook, PR, even customer testimonials. Now to monitor all these your Marketing team needs an intelligent software like Social CRM and Social Listening tools. Now all these can be possible through a single CRM software if the management decides to use one. It is not only the times that are changing but also the technology and software which is changing and evolving ahead of time.

Today CRM is not just a tool to capture the information of your customers, it has gone beyond that. Today, a CRM Software is :

  • CRM ‘A Connecting Tool’: CRM is a connecting tool not only between customers and the company but also for the data that is flowing in from all departments. The data processing and automation of process to improvise customer service and efficiency, monitoring activities on social media for the products can be used to track leads and opportunity at any time.


  • ‘Dramatically Changing Buying and Selling’: Now a days’ information gathered through various channels is changing the way it was. Though CRM tools can help sellers with efficiency but there needs some investment to be made in research. Research can be – knowing, recording and grading your customers, understanding their problem and servicing them with a befitting solution / product. This dramatically changing buying and selling platform where everything needs to be quick and the seller is supposed to already know about the customer and their problem, we have a CRM software which will be a knight in the shining armor always.

To know more about how can a CRM software help you in these changing scenarios, write to Sage Software Solutions Pvt. Ltd at


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