Please mark your calendars for a free webinar with Results Software.
We use Result CRM in-house. We're just learning about the newest version. So I asked Sam to put together a webinar that is NOT a salesy tour of the menu options.
5 Benefits Integrated CRM Brings to the IT Services Provider
Free Educational Webinar
1:00 PM Eastern / 10 AM Pacific
Join us on Monday, February 9th and learn how companies use CRM (Customer Relationship Management) to simplify their day to day operations and build successful and profitable business relationships. In this webinar we will take you above the hype to learn what CRM is and why it is relevant and important to you and your clients.
also explore how to identify when a CRM solution is needed, using actual case studies
and real life examples. You’ll also learn how traditional CRM has evolved
and the important differentiators of today’s Integrated CRM systems.
If your business goals include learning about the tools that can help your clients save time and money, increase growth and improve their operations, you won’t want to miss this dynamic webinar!
Join Sam Saab, President & Founder of Results Software, to explore:
- What is CRM?
- Why is CRM relevant and important?
- Signs that a CRM Solution is Needed
- The Case for Integrated CRM
- Offering your Clients an Integrated CRM
- Interactive Q&A
Sam Saab is passionate about helping businesses succeed! Sam is a recognized pioneer in the CRM industry and office automation technologies. In 2002, Sam developed and launched Results CRM as an integrated business solution that helps businesses centralize their data, streamline their operations and improve their business relationships. Sam is a national speaker and published author on CRM topics including business growth strategies, office automation, virtual offices, boosting sales and gaining a competitive advantage.
For more information about Sam Saab, please visit www.SamSaab.com.
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