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Case Study: The Creative Momentum’s Sales Team Examines the Hubspot CRM

Posted on May 18, 2017 by Janice Wood

 

"The biggest mistake companies make choosing a CRM is not fitting it to the goals and strategy of their sales team. If the team finds it too overwhelming or difficult to use consistently, it is a waste. HubSpot's CRM has truly been a gift to my job. Responsiveness is everything in sales and it really made my job easier. I can't tell you how often customers appreciate how quickly I respond to them and that's because HubSpot made it so easy."

 Christine Verska, Director of Sales, The Creative Momentum


HubSpot’s Customer Relationship Management system is a dream come true for any sales team. Our own Director of Sales Christine Verska and Sales Manager Tyler Roy sat down to describe their favorite HubSpot CRM features and comparisons to other systems.

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Advantages of Hubspot's CRM Tool

 

Keeping track of your customer relationships in excel or with paper and pen is only efficient while a business is small. Eventually, and hopefully, your company will grow to a point where your needs soar beyond these simple tools. Lack of follow-up with a customer leaves them frustrated and puts the deal at risk. This should not happen because of a disorganized, scattered, antiquated method. 

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Hubspot’s New Sales Templates -- A Starter Guide to Customer Relationship Management

As a Hubspot partner, The Creative Momentum is excited to announce Hubspot has introduced new sales templates, intended for business owners who are new to Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and unfamiliar with the benefits it provides.

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