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Salesnet Introduces Free for 90 Days Startup Offer
Salesnet CRM provides sales, marketing, and lead management software that allows users to access anywhere. The offering is reliable and user friendly, has impressive reporting, and is affordable. The company provides software and services that encourages sales effectiveness and strives to go above and beyond the expectations of its customers.
Recently, the company announced the introduction of its free for 90 days startup offer. According to the company, this will be ideal for users who are looking to use Salesnet’s Startup Services Package.
According to the company, the Startup Services Package makes sure that users get their expected returns in sales effectiveness and CRM adoption by their companies. For those users who get started with the Startup Services Package, Salesnet has created more than a 99 percent success rate.
According to the company, its competitors such as Gartner (News - Alert) Group, AMR Research, and Forrester Research will generally show CRM implementation failure rates which vary between 18 percent and 50 percent. Salesnet has claimed that the company’s clients did not have to experience these results.
“I systematically lead new customers through the Salesnet Startup process every day. Our Startup Package has proven to be a reliable roadmap to understanding our customers’ business, customizing Salesnet to fit their needs and providing them with a training program that ensures their success. I am confident that when I complete the Startup Package with a customer that they will be both happy with the final product and successful going forward.” Amy Markham, Salesnet Professional Services Consultant.
Recently, the company announced that it sees customer service as a tool to recognize chances and take a leadership position, rather than being a mere checklist item. Apart from involving users in required resources at any time to address customer issues, Salesnet encourages its customer service group to directly involve management.
Edited by Brooke Neuman