Many businesses depend on customer relationship management (CRM) software to generate sales leads and track client responses. But do these systems garner maximum benefit across a company, with user ease at the forefront? Hear Copper, Inc. CEO, Dennis Fois, describe why its CRM software is built around Google Workspace, and the benefits seen when a CRM complements user productivity. Learn why he advocates centralizing customer data away from email inboxes, and why the nature of your business model — transactional vs. relational — should direct what CRM you use.
3:02 - How does Copper differ from other CRMs?
5:27 - Why and how Copper integrates solely with Google Workspace
9:07 - Shifting from process software to productivity software
12:58 - Are industry-specific (vertical) CRMs necessary?
15:54 - ROI: business growth, existing customers, IP losses with employee turnover
26:50 - The value of top-down company commitment to a CRM
30:43 - Why CRMs need more focus on ease of use
33:01 - AI impact on CRMs, labor force, and decision-making
How do customer relationships impact your business and how can you continually improve them? Read our article at www.paychex.com/articles/management/microbusinesses-build-customer-relationships.
In today’s online business environment, how can you nurture customer sales leads to a successful close? Learn more at www.paychex.com/articles/startup/tips-for-closing-a-sale-focus-on-customer.
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