"Chez Microsoft Dynamics, nous n'avons de cesse de vous aider à offrir à vos clients des expériences attrayantes qui contribueront à votre réussite.
Dans un monde où vendeurs et responsables marketing doivent collaborer plus étroitement pour instaurer le dialogue avec les clients et les convaincre, Microsoft propose des solutions qui les aideront à créer, ensemble, des relations clients durables.
Découvrez comment créer des expériences clients de grande qualité et avancer vers le succès grâce aux fonctionnalités des produits Microsoft Dynamics. "
"La technologie a totalement révolutionné la fonction commerciale.
D'un côté, elle a rendu la vente plus difficile puisque les clients, persuadés d'obtenir toutes les informations nécessaires sur Internet, ont tendance à prendre seuls leurs décisions d'achat. De l'autre, à condition d'être utilisée à bon escient, la technologie permet aux vendeurs de s'adapter en simplifiant les processus commerciaux et en les rendant plus efficaces et plus fructueux qu'auparavant.
Découvrez comment Microsoft peut aider les services commerciaux à se servir de la technologie pour conclure davantage de ventes plus facilement, tout en adaptant leurs méthodes au contexte actuel."
The Spice House has a long history of pioneering how spices are
sold. Since 1957, its flagship brick-and-mortar location has been a
go-to hub for grabbing a cup of coffee and taking in the full spice
experience—smelling, grinding, tasting, touching, and talkin’ spices
and their backstories with the owners.
Today, The Spice House sells more than 400 spices, blends, rubs, and
extracts across several retail locations and the ecommerce store. See
how Drip ecommerce CRM helps The Spice House bring a great instore
experience to their online space.
When it comes to how you communicate
with customers, you’re faced with some
big decisions—one of them being whether
to use an ESP or ECRM. Both platforms
can deliver your email, but beyond that,
these tools are pretty different.
Getting the right roster of marketing
tools is critical no matter where your
brand is when it comes to growth. If
you’re just starting to sell online, you
need platforms that won’t hold you back
when you hit your stride. If you’re part
of a long-standing enterprise, whichever
platform you adopt needs to be able to
handle anything you throw at it while
exposing opportunities you might not
have noticed before.
See what each platform was built for,
which companies benefit the most from
each, and which you should choose to
reach your brand’s goals.
What sales is has not changed. How sales are accomplished is changing radically. In this first of a two-part white paper, we present an overview of the state of sales today, supported by metrics from our 2007 Sales Performance Optimization survey. The differences between S1.0 and S2.0 are represented in the comparison between old-style circus companies and the modern circus (think Ringling Bros. vs. Cirque du Soleil).
This whitepaper chronicles Boston Mutual Life Insurance Company, the first sales organization to embark on CRM 3.0, bypassing CRM 2.0, representing a paradigm shift in strategy, people, and technology management. We outline how this bridged approach was achieved and how your organization can do the same.
This whitepaper discusses the key reasons why traditional CRMs have failed to see 'voluntary' adoption by sales teams and the details of the Sales production System approach that removes this adoption hurdle.
This concise Sales Process Builder Kit will provide you with relevant content from leading sales experts that highlight the direct value your sales team can get by following a consistent sales process.
Published By: Ensight
Published Date: Dec 03, 2008
The online advertising industry is a billion-pound industry1, with hundreds of millions spent on online acquisition campaigns alone; from Pay-Per-Click (PPC) advertising on search engines like Google and Yahoo!, to banner ads, email campaigns, organic search, blogging and web PR.
Published By: Ensight
Published Date: Dec 03, 2008
Hampered by a time consuming approach to delivering their reports, the team of financial markets research analysts at Rand Merchant Bank needed to find a distribution method that could cope with the growing popularity and performance demands of their research service.
In the market for a CRM? This white paper outlines the general benefits and drawbacks of hosted vs. on-premise CRMs and lists the basic features to look for in your hosted solution. With an up-to-date overview of the CRM market and a rundown of the general costs of various CRMs today, you'll be prepared to start looking for your new solution immediately.
Shopping for a contact-center solution can be confusing and frustrating, so let us do the leg work for you! This easy-to-use guide compares the major vendors offering contact-center solutions today, including Genesys, Oracle, Verizon and many others.
Considering adding a contact center to your business? Our analyst-written buyer's guide is a great place to start your search. We provide you with an in depth market overview, a rundown of standard and advanced features and will point you in the direction that will be most beneficial and efficient for your organization.
With any technology, the vendor's job is to try to sell you their product, and they may rely on promises, superlative language and sparkling product demos to try to sway you. And with the midmarket ERP landscape crowded with players vying for your business's dollar, the prospect of choosing the right solution can seem even more daunting. But armed with these 10 questions, you'll be able to see through the hype and narrow down a few vendors that can really deliver what you need.
Until recently, ERP solutions were considered out of the question for all but the largest companies, due to the technology's complexity and large price tags. However, these days, midmarket companies have more choices than ever when it comes to ERP solutions, as competition between vendors has heated up. This Buyer's Guide can help you answer the big (and small) questions so you can make an informed buying decision.
So your midmarket company has done its research and has settled on what you feel is the perfect ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solution? Not so fast. Before you sign on the dotted line, consider these 12 key points to ensure you're making the best possible decision.