Posts Tagged ‘ tools ’

CRM: It’s a tool, it’s a method, it’s the Customer

May 14, 2010
By krishna

A typical conversation around CRM with the many CxO’s that I encounter goes like this: Me: Do you use CRM? CxO: Yes, we do use CRM Me: What does that mean? CxO: Well… we recently purchase a Siebel license.. We use Salesforce….We use …you get the point Me: Are people using it? CxO: Everyone...
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Four steps to a clutter-free desktop

July 9, 2009
By bikash

Most people we know get a large number of file attachments over email. These end up cluttering their desktop. Writer Chanpory Rith has evolved a simple method to avoid desktop clutter. Set up four folders in your Documents folder – Inbox, Actions, Incubate and Archive. Make Inbox your default download folder for all applications....
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3 reasons why we picked BatchBook as our CRM tool

March 8, 2009
By krishna

Over the last fourteen years of being mostly a marketer and occassionally a sales fella, I have run through my gamut of enteprise and entrepreneurial CRM software. The only one I came to nearly loving was the original (free) Seibel Personal Edition, which we used in our first startup, Impulsesoft. Despite the lack of...
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