Posted by Darryl Cross | Nov 27, 2015
If you have gotten building a business case for CRM and received approval, congratulations!
Posted by Darryl Cross | Nov 23, 2015
CRM requires software, hardware, people, data hygiene, planning time, consulting expertise, system downtime, a few dashes of frustration and a touch of debate.
Posted by Nigel Williams | Nov 18, 2015
I was recently invited to speak at a conference about data security – not the most exciting of topics you might say!
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Posted by Darryl Cross | Nov 16, 2015
What is CRM supposed to do? It depends who you ask.
Posted by Darryl Cross | Nov 11, 2015
CRM requires a tremendous amount of time, money and attention from all stakeholders.
Posted by Nigel Williams | Nov 03, 2015
With the housing market picking up, conveyancing firms realise that they need to offer (at the very least) the pre-recession level of service again, but the technology landscape has actually moved forward in the interim.
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