By Emma Hart on Fri 24 May 2013 in Web Analytics
3 reasons why you should streamline your Web Analytics with your CRM solution...
Target the right customers at the right time
Turn every problem into an amazing customer experience
Integrate your Prospect CRM Free Trial to your Inventory/Accounting system
Optimise your Quote-to-Order Workflow
Accurately set goals & targets against revenue and orders
Strategically upsell and cross-sell with Prospect’s Magic Matrix
Take more orders in less time - without duplicating data entry
Know what stock is available today & in the future
Identify at-risk customers before you lose them for good
Track sales performance with ease
Track performance by customer, product or salesperson
What is it, why you need it & how it will grow your product business
By Emma Hart on Mon 13 May 2013 in Web Analytics
With a user base that has rapidly doubled that of LinkedIn at more than 200 million users and with more than a whopping 170 billion Tweets since its birth in 2006, it is increasingly becoming a B2B platform for consumer campaigns and engagement with prospects and customers.
By Sophie Henderson on Mon 25 February 2013 in Web & eCommerce
This series has shown you how B2B (Business to Business) eCommerce in 2013 is set to revolutionise the way businesses trade with each other also how, by following our best practice advice, you can adequately prepare and as a result, reap the huge benefits that moving your business online can bring.
By Victoria Dyke on Mon 11 February 2013 in Web & eCommerce
In January we made our 2013 predictions for eCommerce (take another look here if you haven’t seen them). So…if you are currently enjoying success as a business owner in the tangible world, how can you begin to reap the benefits that moving your business online can bring?
By Andrew Ardron on Thu 01 November 2012 in CRM
There’s no doubt about it, customers are demanding… and every year they expect more – better prices, a better level of service, faster delivery … you name it they want it. But why? And how do you get ahead of their expectations? How do you increase the service while also improving your profit margins?