Software deployment is like a boat trip — you never want to get too deep before choosing the proper vessel. Just as a canoe isn’t sufficient for deep-sea fishing, the wrong deployment model can hinder a business’ software solution.
SelectHubCloud CRMs vs. On-Premise CRMs – Which to Choose?
When evaluating customer relationship management (CRM) vendors, making a checklist of your most important requirements is key to finding your best-fit software. From our experience, we’ve found that creating a full checklist of your CRM requirements is the best way to organize your search. If you’re not sure of what CRM requirements are the most common, look no further.
Running a doctor’s office or patient clinic comes with all the ordinary challenges of doing business, plus a host of healthcare industry challenges. These include a sprawling body of governmental and insurance regulations, continually-tighter budgets, and a plethora of patient concerns. Medical practice management software helps to streamline and automate the tedious and time-consuming activities at both the front desk and the back office. If you’re upgrading to a new system or are looking for your first medical practice software, there are several important considerations to make before you begin your search. Here is your guide to choosing the practice management system that best meets the needs of your bustling medical practice.
SelectHubThe Ultimate Guide to Choosing Medical Practice Management Software
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If you’ve done any amount of research on customer relationship management software, you know that there are an overwhelming number of solutions available. Advertised as “one size fits all” CRM platforms, vertical-specific, cloud-based CRM, small business solutions, open source CRM, enterprise systems – it’s no wonder doing CRM software comparison is a challenge for buyers.
When buying CRM software, it’s easy to rush into the procurement process. The impulse is entirely understandable. With intuitive, comprehensive customer management tools and the capability to grow your business and improve customer relationships, CRM is a huge asset for any business.
Both enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) platforms revolve around improving your company’s productivity and revenue. But, what is the main difference between ERP and CRM? They approach this goal in two distinct ways.
Picking the right CRM platform for your business requires countless decisions, so it can be hard to tell if you’ve covered all your bases. You don’t want to make it through the deployment before finding out the CRM is missing a key feature that your company needs for growth. Instead of going into a mission critical choice blind, use the following resources to guide you in your CRM platform selection process.
SelectHubReference Guide to Picking a CRM Platform
These days, customer relationship management software is a “must have” for almost every business–no matter the size. For many, CRM strategy is the most important component to drive and manage the success of their business. And a successful strategy requires a robust and great-fitting CRM software solution. But with so many solutions available, it can be difficult to sort out what’s being offered and what you really need. A good approach to ensure you select the right CRM solution is to create a CRM RFP (Request For Proposal) to send out to a shortlist of vendors.
SelectHubFree CRM RFP Template and Step-by-Step Guide
You may have read our customer relationship management (CRM) checklist and requirements template, but how do you evaluate a CRM against the many requirements most important for your organization? CRM systems have evolved well beyond just keeping track of your contacts.
SelectHubStreamline Your CRM Evaluation Process and Selection Criteria