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Integrated Business Technologies has been serving the Broken Arrow area since 2007, providing IT Support such as technical helpdesk support, computer support, and consulting to small and medium-sized businesses.

Can You Use Help with Your Customer Relationships?

Understanding what your customers need is a crucial first step toward improving the way your organization communicates with them. They expect a certain level of service, so how can you make sure to maintain it while still leveling with them on what they require of your business? A customer relationship management software, or CRM, is invaluable toward this end.

What is Customer Relationship Management?
Any good relationship needs maintenance every now and then, and the same can be said for your relationships with your clients. You can use a CRM to gauge the success of interactions with your clients, all while working toward developing a solid relationship with them to facilitate repeated purchases or transactions. If you collect data from your contacts, you could turn prospective clients into dedicated customers.

You can collect data from your website and social media activity, as well as your communication solutions like live chat and telephone conversations. Additionally, the customer’s purchase history can be used to glean insights into how you can best target specific clients and make them more lucrative. Some CRM software solutions can automate certain processes to make it easier for businesses to pull off marketing campaigns, and you can use the information to make more informed decisions about how to go about communicating with your particular consumer base. You can even save on labor by using a pre-recorded message during a call campaign accompanied by a voice menu to help customers reach who they want to speak to.

A CRM can also help you keep internal tasks in check. Some examples are human resources, analytics processing, and workflow automation. CRMs are even beginning to move in the direction of artificial intelligence to better predict what consumers will desire in the near future. And, of course, as is the case with most services out there these days, you can either use a cloud-hosted or on-premise CRM solution--whichever your organization needs most.

Using a CRM Solution
A CRM can be used in many ways, especially by a modern business that’s connected to social media platforms and other online outlets. You can monitor keywords and other brand mentions to see what people are talking about, and you can even use social media to address the needs of your consumers in a direct fashion.

A CRM system can also be used in your organization’s contact center, collecting data from calls and marketing initiatives. In this particular case, it’s incredibly efficient for helping guide your clients through the marketing funnel and making their experience with your business as streamlined as possible.

Does this sound like just the right solution for you? To find out, give us a call at (918) 770-8738.



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