Cincom Systems is sponsoring Dreamforce, an event designed to address the needs of the entire spectrum of Salesforce.com users, on September 18-21 at Moscone Center in San Francisco, California.
SYDNEY, Australia – Worldwide software provider, Cincom Systems, was proud to present two successful seminars at National Manufacturing Week 2012. “Driving Information Closer to the Buyer” and “Your Interactive Connected Business” attracted participants from all levels of business who were interested in hearing about developments in enterprise technology. This year the annual tradeshow focused on [...]
An influence is defined as a person who has the power to affect other people’s thinking or actions by means of argument, example, or force of personality. In life we all have influences that impact our big picture; the same is true with CRM. At the heart of CRM, is a group of knowledgeable, well-informed [...]
On 22nd May, be sure to attend Cloudforce Social Enterprise Tour at ICC ExCel, London in order to meet with Salesforce and Cincom experts. You can even attend live demo of Cincom Acquire Sales and Product Configurator for Salesforce.com
Cincom Systems of Australia (www.cincom.com.au) presents “Driving Information Closer to the Buyer” seminar at Australia’s National Manufacturing Week, May 9, 10 a.m.–10:30 a.m. (repeated at 11 a.m.–11:30 a.m.) in Hall 3 North Pod.
Each issue of The Partner Channel magazine highlights Microsoft partners through profiles, news sections, and display ads. In the most recent issue of the magazine, Cincom was chosen for the Independent Software Vendor (ISV) profile. In the interview, Cincom’s Jim Wilson and Jay Hopper discuss the powerhouse coupling of Cincom Acquire and Microsoft Dynamics CRM [...]
It’s been a busy year for us. We’ve been stepping out. By stepping out I mean we’re actively engaging on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, new blogs, with our new website, animated cartoon demos, e-books, thought leadership articles and traditional news media as well. We do this to better serve our current customers and create new ones. [...]
Although many companies have incorporated CRM (Customer Relationship Management) into their selling process in order to collect information about customers’ needs and purchases, most have not aligned that process with the ways their customers are making those purchases. Few have developed ways of uncovering the actual “pains” or problems customers are trying to solve when [...]
Bottom line: Imagine if all the sales teams in your company decided to make the most important relationships cataloged in their Rolodex come alive again. That infusion of intensity and customer focus can change a company – and no sales team ever accomplished that going card after card in a Rolodex dialing for dollars.
Often created through years of effort, refined by a continual pursuit of looking for ways to make shared tasks, processes and systems more effective while dealing with occasional conflict, channel strategies have much in common with marriages.