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Five Steps To Your Best Ever Business Plan

For many people, moving into a New Year is associated with making resolutions for change. In business, it’s also a perfect opportunity to take stock – then armed with that knowledge, make plans for the year ahead. 588 more words

Industry News

Congratulations to our New Class of Elite Partners

Today, SugarCRM announced 23 of its worldwide channel partners have achieved Elite partner status for 2016. This year’s class represents the top 10 percent of all organizations in SugarCRM’s worldwide channel program. 200 more words

Walk in your customers’ shoes to find ‘hidden’ revenue

We all know the market in which we operate is changing. It’s always been competitive with many players striving to win market share, but over the years, the tactics have changed. 468 more words

Industry News

When it Comes to Service Excellence, Do You Practice What You Preach?

Channel partners preach the need for higher value services to their customers on a regular basis. The mantra includes the need for services that eliminate inefficient manual processes and drive service excellence; services that include enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems, business process optimization solutions, and more. 847 more words

4 Lens for a Channel Partner

It is common for you to meet a prospective company luring you to partner with them to resell their products , build your product(s) or services on their platform and market it on their behalf. 846 more words

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Improving Channel Partnerships

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it now and many times in the future:  we can grow our business by growing our relationships. This applies beyond your immediate customers –think also of their customers and of your vendors! 298 more words

Superhero Business

Have you tried incentives?

Incentives are one of the most effective marketing tactics that almost any business can use to increase their sales.

Drayton Bird, maybe the greatest direct marketers in the world, inspires us to use commonsense in marketing, instead of complicating and blurring what it is all about. 286 more words

Loyalty Marketing