Category • CRM (3/5)
Por: Upnify Editorial Team - 29 de noviembre, 2021
The importance of a CRM lies in the benefits it brings to the area of sales, marketing and customer service, it will help us build relationships with them.
If you are wondering why you should have a CRM, it is as simple as knowing that having this tool will guarantee you to build better relationships with customers and increase sales.
Por: Pepe Villacís - 13 de julio, 2021
In companies, regardless of their size or complexity, a large part of the problems originate in the lack of clarity in the responsibilities that fall on each of the members.
Por: Upnify Editorial Team - 13 de julio, 2021
Given the competition that exists today, it is necessary to differentiate yourself from the rest of the competitors, in sales it is essential to improve the image of your company when visiting your prospects or customers.
Por: Upnify Editorial Team - 7 de julio, 2021
Follow up appropriately, let others see that you respect their time, resources, and the relationship they have with you in both the professional and personal environment. Conversely, if we fail to follow up, we project an attitude of arrogance and disregard for their time and productivity.
Por: Ferenz Feher - 6 de julio, 2021
An entrepreneur knows that the time to plan results does not make sense without a correct delimitation of activities, therefore, it is necessary to have administrative processes in your business or company to obtain the results you want to achieve.
Por: Upnify Editorial Team - 30 de junio, 2021
The personal authority of a leader is a result of the values and capabilities that they manifest in their management. It is a quality of theirs that the people in their environment recognize, without being able to grant or deprive them of it.
Por: Upnify Editorial Team - 29 de marzo, 2021
For many years there has been a premise, which later became a paradigm within customer service, and which served as the basis for the strategies that many companies employed in their customer service programs. This premise is: \The customer is always right\