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5 ways to make smarter use of your CRM system
by Tony Vidler        In days gone by Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems were used as little more than simple marketing machines. They contained enough information to know who your clients were and how to contact them, and perhaps even had some prospects in there, and be able to produce a mail merge to run […]
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What is the point of an expensive CRM system?
by Tony Vidler        An adviser who plans on being in the business for another couple of decades asked what the point is in paying for an expensive and fancy CRM system. Honest.  He did ask that. He has a list of clients in Outlook and has the clients home addresses, phone numbers, and sometimes […]
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Personalise or Perish
by Tony Vidler        Everyone wants “it” to be about them.   Therein is the answer to “how to make marketing more effective today“…it has to be about them, and more importantly, it has to be personalised TO them.  “Them” of course is whoever it is we are trying to appeal to and get to do […]
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Client Segmentation – done commercially!
by Tony Vidler        It is logical to do a bit of client segmentation so that you can figure out what levels of service can be offered to which clients profitably.  The funny thing is that most of the time it is the “profitably” part that gets lost in the client categorisation process….   While […]
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8 Things to consider when selecting a CRM system
by Tony Vidler One of the thorny issues for financial advisers is finding the right CRM system. What makes it even more difficult for many is they struggle to define what is “right”.  As with most things in business, one should begin the decision making journey with a clear view of what you are trying […]
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