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1. Extraordinary time saving

The initial set up of your CRM system may seem time-consuming and tedious, temporarily increasing your workload and data entry,but that’s exactly it, temporary. In the case of implementing or changing your CRM, the larger the effort, the larger the reward. resulting in time saved in all aspects of your business for years to come.

2. Maximum motivation

Having a CRM system can help you set, delegate and track the short and long-term goals for your business. Many CRM systems have visual aids and advanced graphics which help SHOW you how far you have progressed and what you need to improve on or continue with.

3. Commission calculation made easy

Commission for sales reps is usually calculated using alternate accounting software or on a basic spreadsheet, changing to a CRM program can help your accounting department easily calculate commissions based on the performance of sales representatives.

4. Keeping of top of trends

Compared to traditional sales data which is typically acquired during reporting periods, showing you a wide picture of sales and product trends, CRM based data can help spot emerging trends and marketplace shifts with the use of an internet connection, accurately helping your business shift and accommodate your customer’s ever-changing needs.

5. Strategic business planning

Implementing a great CRM system can not only track tasks but can also act as a well rounded, all bases covered project management system, tracking data and assisting with key decision-making processes.

6. Internal process improvement and implementation

Compared to traditional sales data which is typically acquired during reporting periods, showing you a wide picture of sales and product trends, CRM based data can help spot emerging trends and marketplace shifts with the use of an internet connection, accurately helping your business shift and accommodate your customer’s ever-changing needs.

7. Making the customer key

Your relationship with the customer is key, making management an essential part of your everyday business regime, this is where a CRM is a perfect tool, and honestly, the name says it all.

8. High light red flag customers

Your CRM system will be able to highlight any unusual occurrences or a drop in sales, helping track and view order history and frequency, store detailed notes and information about your clients and help identify where improvements need to be made.