The Messy Middle

The Messy Middle

Things not going to plan with your Dynamics deployment/update/upgrade? You could be caught in the messy middle….and having conversations that go something like this: Client: That’s not what I expected. Partner: Here’s the spec/agreement, we’ve delivered exactly what you asked for. The thing is both parties are right. The housing association may ask for something…

7 Things to Consider When Bringing Data into CRM

7 Things to Consider When Bringing Data into CRM

One of the biggest selling points of CRM is the ability to create a single view of the customer, data is key to making this happen. This blog covers things that you should consider during and after your implementation. It’s probably not a good idea to simply move all data from one system into CRM…

9 Things To Consider When Creating a CRM Specification (spec)

9 Things To Consider When Creating a CRM Specification (spec)

Now you’ve got a handful of processes, owned by a key team, you’re in a good position to start writing the spec. In this blog I’ll cover 9 things you should consider. A good spec. lets suppliers and colleagues know exactly what the new system will look and feel like. It also helps the testing…

7 Key Roles For Your CRM Project Team

7 Key Roles For Your CRM Project Team

You’ve identified everyone’s needs/wants and the strategy CRM will be driven by…it’s now time to create the dream team! This blog explores the key roles you’ll need to get your system up and running and tips on building your team. So how do you get the ball rolling? First you’ll need to Identify who needs…

11 Tips for delivering CRM to a team

11 Tips for delivering CRM to a team

A few tips for working with a team to deliver CRM Sit with them: Get a deep understanding of how they work and what they expect from CRM. This could be via process mapping or shadowing. Identify what they need to report: This will help show CRM has been a success Identify any improvements to…

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