Have you ever found yourself wondering exactly what a property CRM is?
Well, the team at Acquaint are here to tell you that a CRM software or Customer Relationship Management software is something which is growing in popularity, especially among SME’s.
The main reason for this is the automation of certain processes, such as data entry, that would otherwise take up hours of administration time, making them a vital tool for businesses.
A Customer Relationship Management is designed to help your business improve your marketing and sales functions, by linking information and keeping track of your customers. CRM software therefore makes it easier to gather and organise your information exchanges allowing you to develop a better relationship with your customers and progress your sales easily and efficiently.
CRM software is not a new thing, in fact it’s been around for a while now but as more software companies invest in the production of CRM’s, more advanced CRM software’s are becoming readily available. As well as that, the better CRM software’s come with free updates that are usually customer driven and originate from customer feedback, this generally ensures that the software is focused on what the user requires rather than a tonne of unnecessary features.
So how do you know if you need a CRM software? The answer is simple, when you have more than a handful of clients a CRM software can become very useful as it’ll help you keep track of your customers easily and effectively.
A Customer Relationship Management is designed to help your business improve your marketing and sales functions, by linking information and keeping track of your customers.
When you have more than a handful of clients a CRM software can become very useful as it’ll help you keep track of your customers easily and effectively.
Do you want the software stored on the server or in the cloud? There are valid arguments for both. There’s plenty of talk these days about the advances of cloud based computing, what with advantages such as accessibility and speed, but don’t discount server systems. Having your data on your server or ‘on-premise’ as it can be known, has certain advantages such as increased security, heightened control over your data and in certain cases, customization and integration with other business applications.
Here are a few things that you should consider when choosing a CRM software for your business:
I hope our blog has helped you understand exactly what a CRM software is and how it can be of benefit to your company. For more information don’t hesitate to contact us at +00353 1 497 8671!
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Ciprian on Wednesday, June 12, 2013 in Acquaint, Auctioneers, Contact Management, CRM, Estate Agents, Marketing, Reporting