Improve CRM with Salesforce

Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is the practice, strategy and technology that companies use to manage and analyze customer interactions and data throughout the customer life-cycle. The goal of a successful CRM is to improve business relationships with customers, assist in customer retention and drive sales growth. CRM is not just a sales and marketing tool, but instead is one of the biggest ways to improve productivity – from HR to customer services.

Salesforce Implementation of CRM

Salesforce is the world’s #1 CRM app. The offer features such as Sales Cloud, SalesforceIQ, Service, Cloud, Marketing Cloud, Community Cloud, Wave Analytics and more that improve your daily tasks all the way down to your organization’s bottom line.

Average improvements among Salesforce customers reflect favorable returns: a 36 percent increase in sales productivity, a 25 percent increase in sales pipeline, a 26 percent increase in sales win rate, a 30 percent increase in revenue, and a 45 percent increase in forecast accuracy.

Many think that CRM is just a software, however it is much more than that. It is a comprehensive approach to a lasting relationship with your customers. The most important factor of successful customer relationship management practice is human connection. Once an organization has their “people,” it then creates their process and puts their technology in place. This technology continually evolves around the needs of the people and process.

Conrin Salesforce Implementation

At Conrin, we focus solely on implementing Salesforce for economic development organizations across the nation. We follow a strategic three step approach that allows us to perform one-user implementations to complex, state-wide projects. Our first step is process discovery, then system configuration completed by step three, where we finalize deliverables. Salesforce Implementation is different for each client, but this process is flexible for each client.

If your CRM software does not take a holistic approach, or your organization does not use one at all – contact us.

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