Why do some companies manage to build an effective communication process, while others lag behind? Is it because they have more resources? Is it because they have the secret key to efficiency and productivity? It all comes down to one question: knowing what you know, using all the latest technologies which, for the most part, are affordable for almost everyone in the game, can you maximize your team’s work and productivity? If your answer is yes, then you’ve come to the right place.
What’s the first things that comes into your mind when you read or hear the word automation? Is it some kind of soulless robot doing all the work? That’s what most people would imagine when coming across the word automation, but you know better. Contrary to popular belief, automation has been around for centuries. Humanity has always strived to improve the ways most everyday things are done, from inventing the wheel to facilitate transportation to inventing the radio, the internet and so on. Likewise, automating work processes that are too boring and repetitive can help companies focus on what’s more important: selling more, faster and better; delivering an amazing customer experience; increasing team’s efficiency and productivity, while creating customer loyalty and satisfaction.
As a company grows, so does its need for an effective communication process. It doesn’t matter if you’re a startups who has just started out, or an established company; the need for a system that does all the repetitive tasks for you is pervasive. After all, you can’t focus on expanding your company or building brand awareness if you’re constantly worried about everything. You need to delegate, to optimize. Better still, you need to automate. If a system allows you to save time and resources by automating repetitive tasks, if it helps you boost productivity, then why stick to the old ways of doing things? As Albert Einstein once said, “insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”
When it comes to automating everyday tasks, a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system is arguably the best tool for the job. Implemented the right way, a CRM can do wonders for your organization. It all boils down to one question: are you ready to do what it takes to take your business to another level?
Have you ever wondered why some companies are so effective in their day-to-day activities, while others struggle to keep momentum? Why do some organizations excel at sales and marketing, while others lag behind? It’s all about efficiency, laser-like focus and a tremendous drive to keep moving forward despite bumps along the road. A CRM answers the question ‘can I do more with less’? And the answer, of course, is a resounding YES. While it may be true that the world of business is becoming more and more competitive, it is also true that CRMs have become increasingly sophisticated in order to keep up with rapid changes in the way sales and marketing are done.
Task automation is no longer a luxury, but a necessity for every company that wants to be ahead of the pack, or at least be competitive. But how exactly do you do that? Once again, CRM is the answer. With Flexie, you can automate everyday tasks so that the sales and marketing teams focus on what they do better: selling and creating innovative marketing campaigns respectively. You might be wondering: “how can my company achieve that?” Well, we’re here to help you do that and much, much more. You assign tasks to sales reps and managers within your organization. You set a date and hour for the task to be completed, and the person who will be assigned the task will be notified in advance. This way no task will fall between the cracks.
In the day-to-day activities, your team will have to handle a lot of calls, meetings, notes and other tasks. With Flexie, you no longer need to worry about the sheer size of tasks to be completed. Do you want to schedule a meeting with a client and be notified in advance? Do you need a sales rep or a manager to make an important call and be notified in advance about it? Flexie does this and much more.
Do you want to check if a task has been completed, or if it still need to be completed? By using filters, you will have a clear view of what’s been done and what’s not. What is more, every task will be visible in the calendar. By automating tasks, you team will focus on what’s more important. Once you automate everyday tasks such as calls, meeting and notes, you begin to see an improved efficiency within your company. Everyone will focus on the task at hand. This means more time spent on pressing issues and less time spent on irrelevant matters. Task automation not only saves you precious time, but it also helps you increase efficiency, boosting team productivity as a result.
“The first rule of any technology used in a business is that automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency. The second is that automation applied to an inefficient operation will magnify the inefficiency.”