The first thing to define about omnichannel is not what omnichannel is, but what it isn’t.
Why are manufacturing companies choosing to adopt CRM software? How are your peers using CRM for manufacturing? How did they find the right fit? We asked a few of our manufacturing customers about their experiences to uncover common trends. Here’s what we found:
Sam and his co-host, Steve Chipman recently interviewed Greg Martinelli on their CRMTalk podcast. Greg is a sales trainer and coach in the agriculture industry. He's spent 27 years developing sales teams across the Midwest focused on the feed and grain... Continue Reading
Data stored in your CRM can be universally valuable across your organization. Accurate data points return ROI indicators, sales forecasts, engagement activity, and other insights that can be utilized to increase sales and improve targeting and customer service. But what happens when that data... Continue Reading
As Bob Dylan would say, “The times they are a changin’.” In the business world, those changes have meant an explosion in Cloud software adoption, integrated systems, automation, AI, and predictive intelligence. These digital tools are helping companies rapidly accelerate operations and tend to... Continue Reading
This past Spring, I traveled to San Diego and had a surprising hotel experience. Throughout my stay, I received periodic automated text messages from hotel staff checking in on my comfort, asking if I needed anything, and relaying important information like breakfast times, cocktail hours, etc.... Continue Reading
Our Microsoft Office Exchange server is hosted by Microsoft on their Office 365 Cloud and our SugarCRM instance is setup to send emails from email@example.com. If we want to allow our Sugar users to send emails from within Sugar... Continue Reading
Several of us at Technology Advisors found that a recent Outlook update was causing our Sugar sidebar to show in a separate window instead of within Outlook as it should.
To resolve this, we did the following: