1st benefit : Reinforcement of the customer relationships
All information related to the customers, prospective customers, suppliers and other business partners are documented and managed in a traceable way in the CRM system. As a result, the customer’s purchasing behavior and preferences can be analyzed or the costs he occurred can be shown. Thanks to this data provision, all employees have access to company-wide relevant information. In case of requests, an employee easily retrieves the customer’s data and can precisely picture his counterpart. Thus, faster and more qualified customer contact can be guaranteed and the customer feels more individually and intensively cared for.
2nd benefit : Making most of potentials
In addition, a CRM system helps you to better evaluate the potential of your customer. Relationships with high added value potential can be more intensively looked after and relationships with increasable added value potential can be identified and developed. CRM allows companies to provide their customers services tailored to their needs.
3rd benefit: Analyzing and planning
Beside the uniform database, a CRM system supports companies in providing extensive statistics – concerning the competition as well. On one hand this allows better planning, on the other hand early reaction to negative deviations from the plan. The database serves as the basis of multiple sales and marketing campaigns.
4th benefit: : Optimizing processes company-wide
The Customer Relationship Management enables the optimization of processes through transparency and standardization. It structures all customer-related workflows in marketing, service and sales departments. This has beneficial consequences on either sides: both higher customer satisfaction and increased employee satisfaction. Tighter customer retention and time savings achieved through process optimization can reduce operating costs and increase profits. A side effect not to be underestimated is an increased ROI (Return on Investment).