Learn how to break down silos, reinvent productivity, and help your sales team achieve success by unifying transactional systems, social networking, and strong customer relationships. Download this free Nucleus report that says teams using the Microsoft Relationship Sales solution increased productivity 12-15 percent.**
You’ll also learn how to:
Empower your sellers with savvy insights that engage and delight customers.
Scale the power of one-on-one relationship selling by unifying the sales experience.
Offer your team tools to reinvent the way they sell and help transform your company’s bottom line.
Use Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales along with LinkedIn Sales Navigator to help sellers identify future customers and suggest ways to engage with them.
**Claims based on a 2017 study by Nucleus Research that analyzed more than 50 ROI case studies on CRM deployments from 2015 to 2017. Companies ranged in size from small and medium-sized businesses to large multinational enterprises. Re
Good marketers are going where their customers are - that means social media. According to a recent Unica global survey of marketers, 47% of respondents say they currently use social media marketing tactics; in North America, that number jumps to 58%. Yet, for all the rush, many marketers are wondering, "where's the gold?" Download the white paper, "From Social Media Hype to Social Media Marketing" and learn how to build a stronger customer relationship."
Published By: LiveOps
Published Date: Aug 03, 2012
This paper will first discuss the impact of cloud computing, consumerization of IT, and the emergence of social media in driving the transition from traditional on-premises call centers to a superior model, the cloud contact center.
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.
Social-enabled customer service requires three primary capabilities.
The capability to:
1. Listen and Respond: Treat Social Media as an Integrated Interaction Channel Most social-enabled contact centers are at the early adopter stage, attempting to “bolt on” social media as a side process. Many are experiencing inconsistent customer experiences, higher costs and negligible return on investments.
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In this whitepaper, learn how Oracle Social Network:
-Drives enterprise collaboration through natural Conversations
-Enables purposeful social networking without the noise
-Builds cross-enterprise knowledge by integrating conversations with CRM, HCM, and other business applications
When it comes to social media marketing, there is perhaps no other topic that is discussed more than determining and reporting return on investment, or ROI. This white paper sets out to make the case that ROI determination can be approached in a unified, structured and straightforward way. It also lays out a framework for expanding the definition of ROI and increasing organizational maturity for measurement and monetization.
Finally, it dispels some of the myths around ROI and seeks to show the relationship between social KPIs organizations may be collecting today and how to align them with broader organizational and business-oriented goals and objectives.
Social media allows consumers to be empowered in a brand new way, forcing organizations to change the way they traditionally do business. With unprecedented access to unstructured and structured data, companies have more information about the customer’s entire lifecycle than ever before.
Published By: OneSource
Published Date: Jan 07, 2010
Technology and improved access to information is making selling both harder, and easier. Our increased "connectedness" offers opportunities for the innovative, insightful, and motivated sales professional to shine. In this white paper we'll talk about what lies beyond Sales 2.0: how to marry the "best of the fundamentals" with sales enablement and social media.
Did you know that most Americans believe companies should have a presence in social media?* That means most of your customers and prospects expect you to be involved in social media, and will be more likely to do business with you if you are.
*Cone 2008 Business in Social Media Study
Networked business models are the wave of the future as we extend collaboration, knowledge sharing and networking beyond the corporate firewall to customers, partners and suppliers. Focusing resources on optimizing your relationships with these stakeholders can make you more resilient and adaptive to shifts in the market.
IBM Business Analytics help managers in different areas of the marketing organization do their jobs more effectively. Watch this video to see how:
1. Demand generation managers can target the most profitable customers with the right offer at the right time.
2.Marketing operations managers can review the results of multiple campaigns from a single marketing performance dashboard.
3. Brand managers can blend data from blogs, forums and social websites with CRM data to see how people really regard the company’s brand. Watch this video to see how IBM helps you make smarter marketing decisions, faster.
People, machines, data, processes are more connected than ever before, in more ways, and at a pace not previously envisioned. Because of this, the means of user interaction are evolving rapidly, and the outcome is an explosion of information increasing at epic rates. Both the opportunity and the challenge for an organization is to execute a strategy to most effectively participate in, exploit and derive ongoing value from the expansive digital world. To evaluate and ultimately better facilitate this, many organizations are specifically defining a digital strategy as part of their overall general business strategy. Central to that digital strategy is the digital experience.
"Welcome to the age of Social CRM, a different way of thinking about customer relationship management that focuses on using social media to enhance customer engagement. How prepared are companies to make this shift? Despite widespread
adoption of social media, for most, Social CRM is still in its early stages, execution is patchy and concerns about ROI remain. To fully exploit the power of social media to connect with customers, organizations need to move beyond isolated projects to integrated programs and, ultimately, a Social CRM strategy."
A social business is an organization whose culture and systems encourage networks of people to create business value. Social businesses connect individuals, so they can rapidly share information, knowledge and ideas by having conversations and publishing informal content. They analyze social content from multiple channels and sources, in addition to structured data, to gain insights from both external and internal stakeholders. When those things happen, innovation and business execution rates increase, better decisions are made, and customers and employees are more engaged and satisfied. Social businesses enjoy lower operating costs, faster speed-to-market, improved customer and employee engagement, and increased profitability. Many organizations don’t fully appreciate the magnitude of the value creation potential of social business.