Category: CRM

Category: CRM

Insider Tips for Dreamforce 2017 #DF17
Image October 11, 2017 Events,Salesforce Matt

In 2016, Dreamforce had over 171,000 people from 83 countries gathering in San Francisco. In 2017, expect this number to be even higher! For most, the event is an exciting opportunity to learn new skills, find new solutions, and network. However, for more seasoned attendees or Bay Area locals- they want to get in and out

Three simple things that your CRM AI solution should have
Image September 12, 2017 CRM,Salesforce Ami Heitner

Whether you believe in Henry Ford’s (or Thomas Edison) saying. “Vision Without Execution Is Hallucination” or “Execution without vision can get you…fell off a cliff”. You know that running a business requires both vision and execution. That’s exactly what you should expect from any AI solution that is supposed to help you run your business better.

1% improvement in churn = $100M+ in valuation
Image August 16, 2017 CRM,Customer Engagement,Salesforce,Uncategorized admin

1% improvement in churn = $100M+ in valuation. Kristina Shen, Byron Deeter, Bessemer Venture Partners at the Gainsight #Pulse2017 Conference. It’ll quickly return your investment in customer success solutions. Komiko Limited Learn more about Komiko’s Customer Success and Account Management

3 Problems Sales Managers Want CRMs to Solve
Image June 5, 2017 Customer Engagement,Sales Intelligence,Sales Tools,Salesforce,Uncategorized admin

Sales Reps are only actually selling one-third of the time HubSpot. Komiko Limited can revolutionize the way you use Salesforce. Great article by Drew Hendricks. Check out 3 Problems Sales Managers Want CRMs to Solve.

Can you understand your customers digital body language?
Image May 30, 2017 blogs,CRM Ami Heitner

Understanding people’s intent is hard. Taking verbal communication literally may be misleading. Luke Lewin BuzzFeed gives few examples, like when British say “With the greatest respect…” they may mean “I think that you are an idiot!”. It is true when you try to understand the intent of the people that you interact with. And obviously when trying