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I'm the Marketing Manager here at sales-i and being in marketing I obviously love crayons and of course I have a toy Chewbacca on my desk (fully equipped with the 'Maaaaaarh' noise! I have worked in the technology industry for over 7 years and have a good grasp on what's happening in the industry. I also enjoy* the technical side of software development. *The term 'enjoy' relates to the very few occasions where the techy side actually goes to plan, otherwise replace with the term 'gets frustrated'.


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Using ‘the Cloud’ is a phrase you’ve likely heard banded around blogs, TV adverts, at the office and probably over the local park. It’s becoming a familiar term. With a number of cloud computing disadvantages and advantages, you may be keen to understand what the benefits of cloud computing are to you and your business. That’s why we have put together a helpful guide to give you a steer in the right direction.

What is cloud computing

Cloud computing is the delivery of computing services via the internet

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Speak to any salesperson and they’ll tell you that they could sell a winter coat to a Wookie. I don’t think I’ve ever met a bad salesperson, however, is the state of sales really as good as they make it out to be?

Here are 99 sales stats that will make you sell smarter.

44% of salespeople give up after one follow up. (Source: Scripted) If you follow up a web lead within 5 minutes, you’re 9 times more likely to convert them. (Source: Insidesales

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Have you ever heard of ‘Cause and Effect’? It’s a theory that suggests every action has an equal reaction.

For example, Joe forgot to plug his laptop in (cause) and his laptop stopped working (effect).

So, what does this have to do with data management in your CRM system? Simple, the better the data is that you input, the more valuable the information that you extract will be.

If you’re to believe research carried out by numerous companies, roughly 65% of CRM systems fail