Customer Relationship Management

Using a CRM to Manage and Support Independent Contractor Sales Agents

For businesses with independent contractor sales reps, a customer relationship management system can help hire, train, deploy and manage these teams.

Austin Mac Nab

If You're Not Using a CRM System for Your Small Business, You're Wasting Time and Money

A customer relationship management system like Keap automates tedious but important sales and marketing tasks so you can focus on growing your business.

Meet the CRM That's Helping More Small Businesses Scale

As more businesses goes mobile, amoCRM gives you tools to communicate more efficiently.

StackCommerce

Daylite Might be the Best Small Business CRM You Need to Know About

It's a CRM for Mac that helps small-business teams thrive.

StackCommerce

4 Reasons Why Social Proof Is Essential to Building Your Brand

From establishing credibility to creating consumer trust, demonstrating every interaction matters.

Learn How to Better Grow Your Business By Becoming Salesforce-Certified

This 3-course bundle will prepare you to ace three top Salesforce certification exams.

This Entrepreneur Doubled Her Revenue in 2018. She Swears by This Strategy.

Do a deep dive to figure out where your business and new clients really come from.

This Platform Streamlines Your Customer Management

Show your customers how much you care with HelpCrunch Customer Platform.

Are You Doing These 3 Things to Foster Brand Community?

It's never too late to course-correct and treat your customers as if they are welcome guests and members of a valued community.

Gayle Teskey

Don't Upgrade Your Enterprise CRM Until You've Reached These Milestones

Before you pull the trigger on upgrading your customer relationship management software, make sure you're investing in a system that will work for the business you run today.

Tyler King

The Journey to Negative Churn: How You Can Get There by Going the Extra Mile

While sales and marketing are key to gaining and retaining customers, that won't be possible if you don't commit to continuous product improvement.

Steve Fenlon