about Business Intelligence
Businesses today have more data than they can shake a stick at. Transactions, invoices, call notes, social media interactions, customer details and much, much more. Managing this amount of data can quickly become a crippling issue. As such, most businesses are using enterprise resource planning (ERP) software to better manage their mounting data stacks.
While incredibly useful for generating invoices, monitoring transactions and keeping your finance team in check, ERP software is simply not enough for the fast pace of business today, no matter what industry you are in
The US foodservice industry has recently undergone major changes, and many more can be expected as we move further into 2018. Many restaurant and foodservice experts have made predictions regarding industry trends for the year, and they all had one in common: the need for wholesalers and distributors to be able to adapt to the quickly changing landscape.
“Change is here to stay, and this year’s top trends reflect the industry’s acceptance of this state,” explained Andrew Freeman and Company in its 2018 annual trend report
Many prospects often ask our sales team “What can sales-i offer me that my current CRM package can’t?” and “What’s the difference between BI and CRM?” Good questions. Our system will put opportunities in front of your salespeople and marketers – all they’ll need to do is grab them.
CRM is a handy tool by itself, but the right BI system working in conjunction with your CRM package will turn your data into actionable, profitable information. sales-i helps you generate more profit by analyzing the data currently housed in your CRM package