Whether your organization spans the globe or just hopes to someday, the top priorities of any business tend to look something like this: Grow revenue and market share, turn up the efficiency and productivity dials, and shrink risk as much as possible.
Organizations that faithfully execute on the above goals tend to thrive. But, especially when you are global or on that trajectory, there are also growing pains to consider. The bigger your organization gets, the more disconnected your people (and tools and processes) become.
Luckily for you, you’re doing business during the digital age, when new tech, like…
CRM software is now the biggest software market in the world and for good reason. CRM success can pay out huge dividends.
Increased tech stack adoption, more targeted marketing, strengthened client and prospect ties, increased cross-selling and even revenue growth are all some of the potential payouts.
But, as I recently shared with Accounting Today, three common challenges stand between many firms and their CRM success stories.
Read on to find out how your firm can use new, integrative technology to overcome these barriers and reach CRM nirvana.
1. Accounting is a reactive industry
Core services lines (like…
Relationship intelligence leader, Salesforce experts team up to help business get more value from CRM
London, 10 June, 2019 — Introhive, the leader in relationship intelligence and sales automation technology, recently partnered with Purus Consultants, a boutique Salesforce consultancy in the United Kingdom, to help organizations get more value from their customer relationship management (CRM) investments.
While Introhive lends its best-in-class CRM automation and artificial intelligence platform to the partnership, Purus adds Salesforce development, integration, implementation, training and ongoing support expertise.
Introhive’s Partner Director for Europe, Middle East and Asia, Alison Hodivala, describes Introhive’s platform as a business-automation…
Times are changing for the U.S. pharmaceutical sales market. Companies and sales teams are challenged with the controversy of the opioid epidemic and the advancement of marijuana legalization. And while a big chunk (42 percent) of sales continue to go through doctors’ offices, the on-the-rise areas of focus are government agencies, managed-care organizations and the patients themselves.
This change in prospect focus is top of mind for executives, with one survey even rating their concern with the shift ahead of new product development.
Branching out into new sales areas means seeking out and building new connections with an…
In an effort to jumpstart lagging productivity, the architecture, engineering and construction industry is looking to cutting-edge technology, like augmented reality, artificial intelligence and machine learning. And now relationship mapping technology.
It makes sense. Artificial intelligence is already revolutionizing logistics, construction, and even design. Now it’s simplifying how AEC firms build the business relationships that matter.
Your law firm’s CRM is a key ingredient to delivering top notch client experience management, but your relationship with your CRM can be love, hate at times. Having all your client and business development data in one place is invaluable, but driving adoption and usage across your firm can be a struggle.
Making sure your firm’s CRM has complete, accurate, and clean contact data is a challenge that most law firms grapple with, as data is dependant on practitioners in the firm using the system regularly. In reality, CRM adoption is much lower for law firms, which drastically impacts the…
You’ve invested countless hours and dollars implementing a customer relationship management (CRM) system to help keep your database organized and business development teams aligned, but enabling them to sell in a way that has a positive impact on growth will take more than just a centralized place to manage contacts and accounts. Without high quality data in your CRM, your team will never truly realize the full value of your CRM investment.
According to the State of Sales Report by Salesforce’s Research Team, 66% of a sales reps time is spent on administrative tasks and activities, not directly tied to…
When attempting a successful CRM implementation, you might face many key challenges like data integrity, manual data entry, low user adoption, and others. Without a game plan to address these challenges with best practices, you can expect your CRM’s usefulness to dwindle.
Fortunately, there are several CRM drills and plays you can use to help your sales or business development team turn more contacts into clients. These CRM best practices are not only designed to help keep your data clean, but also boost CRM adoption within your firm so you can get the greatest ROI from your CRM investment.
From extra work to poor data quality, CRM adoption is something that a lot of businesses struggle with. It’s something we regularly discuss here on our blog as it’s core to what we do here at Introhive. Helping sales and business development teams across industries become more successful is our primary goal, and CRM systems are a huge part of that.
Unfortunately, if CRM adoption remains low, those teams aren’t reaping the rewards of the system. We think we have a solution for that. In fact, Microsoft Dynamics 365 recently invited two Introhive thought leaders, Adam Draper, Vice President, Sales…