We’ve been discussing, in this series, the discovery of meaning within sales. Why is this so important?
As we examined in my last article in this series, a firefighter is nearly always a positive example of their particular profession. Because of this, a firefighter has a positive reputation in society.
Even in these cynical times, you can still occasionally recognize particular professionals that, with honesty and integrity, really represent their profession.
Onboarding was a simple matter in the earlier days of software. The customer company purchased licenses, onboarding occurred, followed by setup, and that was it. End of story.
Digital transformation has particular meaning for today’s companies. It’s an environment in which an organization’s departments work together instead of existing in completely independent silos
Data security is a prime concern today, any company in the market for a CRM solution will have questions. Here are answers to specific questions many have about data security in Pipeliner CRM.
At Pipeliner, we chose to go with AWS over a decade ago and have remained with them ever since. Why have we done so? Continuing in our series on Pipeliner CRM security, here is our path and reasoning.
Through this series we’ve called Pipeliner Concepts, we’ve gone over Pipeliner CRM’s basic concepts, as opposed to simply listing out its technical details. In this final article, let’s touch on the crucial points of Pipeliner CRM, and CRM in general, for the future.
Pipeliner CRM concepts, let’s now look at yet another remarkably efficient Pipeliner administration approach: fields and forms.