Month: April 2011

Sales Management Software Shortens the Sales Cycle

By CommenceCRM / April 26, 2011

A well oiled sales organization is traditionally the result of a process driven sales manager, an individual that understands the value of implementing a process for properly qualifying leads and a structure for managing the sales process from introduction to closure.  For decades highly focused sales managers performed these task with very little technology or sales tools to assist them,…

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Top 3 Mid-market CRM Contenders

By CommenceCRM / April 23, 2011

Commence CRM – – Sugar CRM The CRM software sector is one of the most competitive segments of the computer software industry.  Despite this, each year more and more vendors enter the race positioning their CRM products as easier to use and lower cost than the established CRM vendors.  The CRM gold rush has created an environment chock full…

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Commence Corporation Introduces CRM Best Practices E-Book

By CommenceCRM / April 22, 2011

TINTON FALLS, N.J. / MMD Newswire/ April 21, 2011 –-  Commence Corporation, a leading provider of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software for mid-size and small enterprises, has announced the release of a CRM Best Practices E-Book which may be downloaded from the company’s web site at no cost. Today’s sales environment is characterized by intense competition, strategic sourcing contracts, online purchasing, customer pressure…

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Commence CRM a Robust Offering for SME’s

By CommenceCRM / April 20, 2011

TINTON FALLS, N.J. / November 21, 2010 –-  Commence Corporation a leading provider of Customer Relationship Management software for small to mid-size enterprises has evolved into a robust CRM offering that now includes Help Desk and Project Management applications. “CRM is all about capturing, managing and sharing vital customer information with the people and departments that require it to efficiently do their…

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Commence CRM Software Highlighted in FEDA News and Views

By CommenceCRM / April 15, 2011

TINTON FALLS, N.J. /MMD Newswire/ April 14, 2011 –- Commence Corporation a leading provider of Customer Relationship Management Software was recently highlighted in the FEDA News & Views March/April magazine about the merits of automating the sales process for improved sales execution. Managing editor Stacy Ward, interviewed Commence CEO, Larry Caretsky about the company’s experience and work in this area. Caretsky expressed…

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Commence CRM – The Perfect CRM Solution for the Middle Market

By CommenceCRM / April 14, 2011

For more than two decades Commence Corporation has been providing high quality affordable CRM software for mid-size companies and small enterprises. While certainly not a household name like CRM or Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Commence CRM is utilized by several thousand companies serving more than 30 industries in 22 countries around the world. Commence Corporation’s success is driven by pinpoint…

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Sales Management Software a Breeze with Commence CRM

By CommenceCRM / April 7, 2011

Is your Sales CRM Software Hard to Use? You’ve heard it all before, sales people fighting tooth and nail with overly complex sales management software that provides little if any value to sales representatives and results in poor utilization, inaccurate reporting and eventually shelf ware.  But don’t lose hope. One CRM sales management software provider seems to have gotten it…

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From Hosted CRM to Cloud Based CRM

By CommenceCRM / April 5, 2011

“Customers who thought they had a handle around the different deployment models of CRM software have been thrown another curve ball” says Larry Caretsky, president of Commence Corporation.  “Today everyone’s talking about cloud based CRM software and most companies are not quite certain what this means.”  There are so many terms being bantered about the industry such as desktop CRM,…

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Make Your Life Easier With Customer Relationship Management Software

By CommenceCRM / April 4, 2011

Previously, businesses depended completely on their personnel to interact with their customers. Companies had to sift through thousands of resumes just to find the best workers around in order to sell their products or just answer clients” queries. However, things have changed now. With the arrival of automated systems, especially customer relationship management (CRM) systems, companies can finally breathe easier.…

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