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Reap the full benefits of the CRM when you integrate it to your business systems. NeoCRM developers ensure all tools and capabilities function to your specific needs and is scalable to any updates and changes in your business operations. https://bit.ly/2wRVZFa #cloud #crm #sales #mobile #desktop
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Creating efficiencies in your business helps keep your #company moving forward. Utilizing a #CRM system is a huge benefit to your sales and customer services teams.
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Marketing automation is the use of software to automate marketing processes such as customer segmentation, customer data integration (CDI), and campaign management. Marketing automation is an integral component of customer relationship management (CRM)
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What’s The Difference Between CRM and Marketing Automation Software?

People often have a very similar reaction when they realize that CRM software and marketing automation software are different. For those of you to whom this is news, it’s ok! At face value, both seem to be the same thing, but they serve two distinct purposes.

One of the main differences between the two types of software is who they target. Primarily, CRM software is sales-focused, while marketing automation software is marketing-focused.

Salesforce Automation Software, a leading CRM software provider, defines CRM as, “a strategy for managing all your company’s interactions with current and prospective customers”. A CRM system saves information such as a customers addresses, names, phone numbers, and interactions with the company.

On the flip side, NeoCRM, a leading marketing automation software provider, describes marketing automation software as a system that, “allows companies to streamline, automate, and measure marketing tasks and workflows”.

While marketing automation stores similar information as a CRM, such as your leads’ contact details (email, address, phone number, company name, job title, etc.), that’s about all they typically share.

Marketing automation allows you to follow a prospect’s top-of-funnel activities, such as when they visit your website, open an email, read your blog, or fill out a form. Marketers commonly use marketing automation software to schedule and track marketing campaigns, especially email campaigns and mass business to customer communications. Some benefits of marketing automation software include:

The ability to easily segment prospects into the appropriate mailing lists based on their past interactions with your company or their interests and preferences.
Lead nurturing functionality, which allows you to automatically send triggered emails at the time when a person is most interested in your product or service. You can also schedule a series of emails in a “drip” campaign, so that your company stays top-of-mind with prospects.
Once a campaign has ended, the system generates analytics showing how successful the campaign was.

In other words, marketing automation helps to foster leads and get them ready for the sales team. Once the lead has progressed through to the bottom-of-the-funnel and become a qualified sales lead (and eventually a customer), that’s when companies typically start to track their interactions through a CRM. CRMs store information like how long a contact has been a customer, records of any purchases they have made in the past, the dates and notes of any phone conversations you’ve had with the contact, a record of inbound emails they’ve sent to your sales and customer service team, and more.=

Sales and Customer Service teams use CRM data to optimize one-on-one interaction between the company and the customer to increase sales and customer satisfaction. Some benefits of having a CRM include:

Sales personnel can see where a customer is in the sales process and help them close the deal.

Your business can offer targeted promotional material that’s more likely to lead to a sale and build good faith between you and your customer. When speaking to a customer, you can have a full picture of who they are and their history with your company, helping to make the conversation as personal and successful as possible. Many CRMs can also sync with social media outlets so you can keep track of which outlets are leading to the most traffic and what people are saying about your company.

The system can send internal alerts when a call is scheduled, when a client’s account is set to renew, or even when a customer’s birthday is coming up so that your sales and service reps know to reach out. Simply put, CRM systems help to secure sales by making the sales process a more personal experience for the customer.

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