Many manufacturing companies often face such a challenge as the need to automate work processes.
Emotional intelligence is a generalization that scientists use to describe how well people can manage their own emotions and react to other people's emotions. Those who are well developed, are able to manage conflicts, to feel subtly the needs of other people and to keep their emotions.
In any company, there are two key values. Staff. Need to create comfortable working conditions for personnel, give the necessary tools to achieve the goals that they set. Customers. They are always small, but in conditions of a difficult economic situation in the country, they become even smaller. Therefore, the only true solution is not to increase the number of clients, but to retain customers and improve the quality of service.
In today’s business landscape, no business is too small for an ERP solution. ERP allows small businesses to appear, act and operate like an enterprise-scale business. “To ERP or not to ERP?” That is the question many business leaders ask themselves. Acquiring an ERP system is one of the biggest investments a business can make, yet many small and young businesses claim they are ‘too small’ for ERP. This stems from the mindset that the number of users drives the need for an ERP solution.
Interest in CRM-systems is constantly growing, they solve the problem of loading resources and business performance. That is why this class of software deserves close attention not only from the positions of functionality and practice, but also from the standpoint of history. We wrote a small CRM story.
İs there any person on the earth who does not want to be successful? Such, perhaps, does not exist. Sellers are a special people. The desire to be successful is flowing in their blood. But often the elementary mistakes of the sellers stand on the way to the cherished goal.