One thing that’s constant with a startup is that it will grow, in most cases at an exponential rate. And contrary to popular belief that a CRM is only for medium & large enterprises, a Customer Relationship Management (CRM Tool) infact works wonders for a startup.
Let’s talk about how a CRM software can help startups get a head-start:
· Streamline all the Information
It’s very common for startups to get confused with constant surge in flow of customer information. Very often they tend to miss out on relevant information too.
Imagine having a thousand leads & having to search for the one from a particular city with whom you had an appointment the next day! It’s scary.
With the use of a CRM, startups often get an organised visual representation of all the customer data available, so that everything they need is at their disposal all the time.
They are better prepared while interacting with a prospect & don’t miss out on even a single piece of information.
This is absolutely important for a startup, for whom every single customer matters.
Note: Wakeupsales CRM offers a series of features that help streamline customer information for businesses across the globe. The lead management module along with Kanban (pipeline) view is easy to use & gives out all the important information at a glance. No wonder, it’s called the ideal ‘CRM for Startups’ by our users.
1. Effective Contact Management
A smart modern-day CRM will make each one of your employees look like a Customer Success Champion. That’s a fact!
Customer fragmentation is one of the major challenges faced by business managers everywhere across the globe & all they need to avoid it is use a CRM that suits their work flow.
All the important information about a contact is fed to his details page and all the conversations, activities, notes & tasks are logged right in there for the ease of the CRM user.
Note: Wakeupsales CRM offers a comprehensive contacts module with smart filters, quick actions & so much more. All our users love working on this one.
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