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Web-Based CRM Software

by James 24 May 2009 2 Comments

Aim CRM is a software designed for small and medium sized businesses, a tool that can save you a lot of time and money or, better said, help you to make more money. The software is suitable and made for several business niches, like mortgage, home improvement or  insurance crm. The main strength of it all is the Lead Management, one of the best solutions you can find for insurance lead management or for other industries. With this web-based software you can automate many of the actions that your sales manager will have to do himself every day. Or, if you have a small company, this software will do most of the tasks that you coulnd’t get to do yourself.

With this crm and lead management software you could take a small company to performance levels that you didn’t even dream of. Here are a few of the features that you will enjoy: Customer Relationship Management, Sales Lead Management, Sales Force Automation, Lead Aggregation and Reselling, Campaign Management, CRM Reselling and Private Labeling. If you go to their website you can try a demo of the software to get used to it and see how it works and then, if you like it, you can subscribe for prices starting at $33 per user per month. It could be quite a good deal considering all the benefits that you will enjoy.

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