While our blog and Twitter feed might have been quiet over the past few months, we can assure you our development team has been anything but. We’ve been hard at work on karma2 over the past and are getting very close to its completion. We’re all excited about where it’s going, and can’t wait to unveil all the wonderful new features your business will benefit from! What we need now is your feedback and input to ensure we got it all right.
Announcing: The karmaCRM Support Center
The new karmaCRM Support Center (http://support.karmacrm.com) will allow you to find helpful documentation, submit ideas for new features, and contact us for immediate assistance, all in one place.
Who Wants a Smooth Sale? Part 2
Had a recent opportunity to visit and interview, Elinor Stutz, founder of Smooth Sale. Earlier this week, I posted the beginning of our conversation.
Looking Ahead: karmaCRM v2.0
We’ve embarked on a journey to greatly enhance your experience by making karmaCRM faster and more customizable.
When You Want a Smooth Sale
Customer relations have always been a vital part of business. How you treat your clients ultimately determines your success. Whether your customer has a good or bad experience with your business is no longer the issue- it is about the relationship development that takes place.
A Method that is Helping Sales People Save Time
How much time and effort is spent in the wrong places? Sales practices are best defined by a system. A system needs to be structured in such a way to help coordinate your efforts and the efforts of others within your business, and to help become more time efficient through activities that yield great return yet require less thought and creation.
How's Your Sales Team Really Doing?
Teams must work together in order to succeed. A manager’s job is to help their team become successful through guidance and understanding. It is not about control. Together, managers and associates work together through communication to reach their goals.
Now! Organize Your Area in One Sitting
Perhaps one of the most unproductive events of the work day is the time spent looking for stuff. Documents, paperwork, and even writing tools are not always there right when you need them.
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