A sales-focused CRM can help improve business performance for insurance brokers. It helps with prospecting, data quality, renewal rates, measuring effectiveness and many more.
As the world of business and industry becomes ever more competitive, choosing the correct CRM software will not only help your business get ahead of your competitors but allow you to become more efficient. Regardless of the size or scope of your business or scope, CRM software can do a vast amount of work, from understanding and nurturing your current customers to building new client relationships and automating time-consuming processes.
When you work in sales, a big part of your job is interacting with other people, building relationships and analysing needs. However, the more you sell, the more activities you need to automate to sell faster, better and smarter. Only then, you can really hope to scale your business. Below, you will find some tools that can help you with that, making your everyday job a lot easier.
When your business is ready to grow, there are multiple processes to coordinate.
It can be difficult to know where to place your focus, and the demand on your company’s resources can soon outstrip supply.
Automation helps to streamline your processes, making them optimally efficient as you begin to grow your brand. This supports the business at a critical time, drives productivity, and ultimately saves you money. Read more
A dilemma for all marketing professionals is finding a balance between outbound and inbound marketing strategies.
Traditional advertising still has a place, but the advent of social media has developed inbound marketing into a sales machine, allowing SMEs to remain competitive.
In this article, we’ll take a look at the reasons why outbound strategies have lost their gleam and the ways in which inbound techniques can offer better results.
Automation can have spectacular benefits for businesses of all sizes, in all sectors. Whether it involves new software, equipment, or a combination, automation can drive efficiency, better resource management, and greater cost-effectiveness.
However, introducing automation can often be met with resistance from your team. They may be alarmed by the prospect of job cuts, or substantial changes to the way they work. So, supporting a team throughout this process is crucial.
If you are currently working, or have ever worked, in sales, you’ll know the feeling…
That desire to not only help nurture your clients and deliver the service/product they need but to close your deals and see your sales figure skyrocket.
But what if you could make your sales results skyrocket, simply by making a few simple changes to the way you work?
Livespace is delighted to be able to offer over 70 different integrations through its new connection with PieSync.
This unique 2-way contact sync creates a connection between your Livespace account and your Marketing Automation platform, your Customer Care app, your Cloud Accounting apps, eCommerce and many more.
Every growing company continually faces new challenges. In fact, the larger your team grows and the more customers you acquire, more diversified decisions come your way and the more complex they become.
The sales cycle is a process your company goes through when dealing with a customer. It includes all activities related to closing the sale. Different companies include different steps and activities in their sales cycle, depending on how they define it.
If you’re working in or around the automotive sector, you will have undoubtedly heard the acronym, DMS or Dealer Management System. Read more
Picture the scene:
Mary is a newly-promoted leader on a six-person sales team in an automotive company. She’s ambitious and wants to boost the overall efficiency of her department. However, starting out in any new role is always challenging, especially when your duties involve managing people and establishing your authority.
Working with existing customers is fantastic, however, without an outbound sales strategy, many companies may find it difficult to grow and expand – particularly if the competition gets there first.
Every business and business owner has their own idea(s) regarding the key to their success. All of them must provide, and are expected to provide, an exceptional customer experience.
For most start-ups and new businesses, spreadsheets have been king. There are a few tell-tale signs that it may time to make the move from Excel & spreadsheets to CRM.
Customer loyalty cannot be taken for granted, and so companies are focusing on delivering a seamless customer journey, with a view to build a relationship with their consumers. Subsequently, organizations across multiple sectors and industries are investing heavily in CRM to help drive an improved multi-channel customer experience.
A good CRM system can alleviate many of the headaches that come with managing a business that is poised for fast growth. So how do you know if you need a CRM solution? Have a look at the 5 key areas.
In today’s competitive markets, the companies that best manage their customer relationships are more likely to succeed than those that don’t. And with the digital age of social media, consumer feedback is now at everyone’s fingertips.