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Rachel Stinson Answered, 24 May 2019
Bad customer relationship management is not at all tolerable .It brings toxic side effects for your enterprise.It results in bad reputation ruining your business.You may lose the clients attracted towards you because of your other positive things just because someone told them about your poor customer service and management or because they themselves faced it.They will not be returning towards you at any cost afterwards, and recommending everyone to choose an alternative rather than opting your business..............Poor customer relationship management brings you : 1) LOST SALES 2)DISSATISFIED CUSTOMERS 3)INCREASED COMPETITION 4)UNDISCIPLINED SALES AGENTS...........AND all this ultimately badly impacts organization's profit . So businesses really need to strengthen their entire customer relationship management department including the fix of issues found in the system or software, they are using for the purpose
BenSteven Answered, 23 Mar 2019
Customer relationship management, or CRM, is an important part of an organisation to overcome poor marketing. On the other side, bad CRM cannot help improve marketing. Bad CRM can result in a damaged reputation, dropped value, and a decrease in revenue. Poor handling of client requests also results in bad CRM.
On the other side, good CRM can help retain a customer for a long time. In addition, it also serves as a tool to attract more potential customers and turn them into loyal clients. In this case, a company doesn't need to spend a huge amount on marketing and improve its reputation.
A company can improve its customer support services with a customer service recruitment test. It helps to identify whether or not an individual is capable of handling and resolving client queries.
debora Answered, 07 Feb 2019
CRM helps companies manage their business relationships and informational systems
CRM affects your business:
CRM system is so valuable for business because it is highly focused around people and relationships. Example: Consider an accountant who constantly use the CRM system. The accountant will rely heavily on the system to communicate with associates. If the CRM system is faulty this could lead to causing a halt in productivity and also critical to uphold a high level of data integrity.
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