It’s been a while since my last post. Actually, it’s been too long. Also, I’ve taken the decision to start writing in English. This may upset some of the people who already follow this blog, but since I’ve worked for almost 4 years in international environments, it seems like a natural step. Of course, I’m not a native speaker, much less a native writer, so I will ask for your understanding and please excuse me whenever I make a mistake (and I will make mistakes for sure). With that said, let’s get down to business.
Couple of weeks ago I was talking to a friend about how to build and grow his CRM. She was looking for ways to develop a CRM strategy that could drive the growth of her CRM database. Throughout the discussion, I realized that one of her problems was that her actual company misunderstood the topic of CRM. Many companies include their CRM strategy within their Marketing strategy, as it were just a part of the marketing department, disconnected from other areas of the company. Especially sales.Seguir leyendo