Customer relationship management (CRM) is a powerful tool for businesses, allowing revenue and growth teams to understand their customers better and build stronger relationships. However, it's important to remember that the CRM data that you are using to make important decisions can't always be trusted. Here's why:
In a recent article, Forbes shared that, “85% of enterprise decision-makers say they have a time frame of two years to make significant inroads into digital transformation or they will fall behind their competitors and suffer financially”. This just got a lot more urgent given the current economic landscape.
You are a fearless entrepreneur; your business is in growth mode and you’re scaling fast. You’ve got your sales figured out – chances are you were salesperson numero uno - so you know what they need to be successful, and you’ve built the right team, processes and systems to support them. And then there’s marketing… it feels like a running target – they’re always asking for something and you can never get a straight answer on ROI. You wonder - why can’t marketing just figure it out?!
If your company is striving to unlock sustainable growth, listen up.
Last month, Digital Magenta Co-Founders Jennifer Turner and Alice Chandrasekaran hosted a webinar focussed on the BIG 5 revenue leaks that are plaguing companies and hindering predictable revenue.
Are there gaps in your sales and marketing processes that are wasting time and money?
Growth-minded companies consistently seek ways to increase their revenue and reduce their costs. But what’s preventing them from reaching their revenue and growth potential? This question keeps everyone from C Level to marketing and sales teams up at night. Both customer expectations and business practices are rapidly shifting and companies are trying to effectively get on board with that shift. But are we looking in the right places? There are some common process gaps where revenue may not be fully realized. You may be at risk if you answer “no” to some or all of these questions:
Recently, Forbes shared that, “85% of enterprise decision-makers say they have a time frame of two years to make significant inroads into digital transformation or they will fall behind their competitors and suffer financially”. But what is a digital transformation?
Marketing in the Digital Age
There has been tremendous change in the marketing world over the past five to ten years. Everything now begins with a search as buyers turn to online sources to find the information they need to make decisions. At the same time, there has been an influx of new technology for marketing in the digital age. This can be very complicated to navigate but there is good news!