We have had the pleasure of working with a magnitude of great business owners that started right from the beginning. I wanted to share with you a case study on my Salesforce clients, Golden Civic Foundation (GCF).
We must embrace this difficult time and use our CRM tools to maintain close relationships with our clients. It is time to strengthen your relationship with your clients with authenticity.
Nonprofit organizations work hard to make our world better. They often appeal to us to help them meet needs and support causes that touch our hearts.
But they have a need of their own that people rarely think about unless they have worked in a nonprofit, a need that directly affects their ability to achieve their mission.
They need up-to-date technology to manage processes and programs.
Specifically, they need CRM.
Jill and John own a small import-export business. They match buyers of dried fruits and nuts with suppliers and then coordinate product delivery through international shipping.
If you own a business you understand the value of your customers and prospects. That’s why it is so important to connect with your customers in a meaningful way. Converting sales leads into customers and making regular customers enthusiastic promoters of your business are both critical for business growth. And just as important, curtailing customer complaints before they cause damage is something else that is critical to your business. Without a clear plan for damage control or to manage the leads that come in, your business could suffer.