Six Steps for Successfully Buying Customer and Service Management Software

Six Steps for Successfully Buying Customer and Service Management Software

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Customer and Service Management Software (CSMS) provides a unified solution to manage all business aspects of a service business. Solutions typically include modules such as CRM/Sales, customer, service and install orders, field technician dispatch, receivables, inventory, and a help desk or knowledge base. The CSMS will connect to popular accounting programs or include full accounting functionality as part of the CSMS solution. The CSMS creates a unified memory of customer information including all service performed, all equipment installed, customer contacts, and notes of customer "touches". Everyone in a service company utilizing a modern CSMS will know everything about the customer both past, present and potentially future service. The service company with a modern CSMS is viewed has having extensive knowledge of the customer. The only way to provide excellent service is to have full knowledge of the customer. The best way to provide all employees at the service company with full knowledge of the customers is to have a CSMS in place.

The six steps of selecting and implementing Service Management Software is a straightforward task that does not have to take excessive time. Your service company will benefit tremendously by following through with the selection and installation of a CSMS solution.

Author

Mark Stair High 5 Software
Vendor:
High 5 Software
Posted:
19 May 2008
Published
26 Nov 2007
Format:
Microsoft Word
Length:
8 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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