Invested Users Are The Key To Maximizing User Adoption: Part Three Of Our Series On Best Practices

How are you maximizing your CRM adoption initiatives?

In our last blog I discussed NexJ’s second set of three best practices for user adoption, and why Planning, Partnering, and Encouraging leadership are crucial steps in the process of engaging your users with your CRM. Today, I’d like to discuss the last three of the 9 best practices for user adoption, which are Engaging, Offering, and Measuring.

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Invested Users Are The Key To Maximizing User Adoption: Part Two Of Our Series On Best Practices

A high adoption rate is critical to the success of any CRM initiative.

In our last post, I discussed NexJ’s first three best practices of user adoption, and why developing, analysing, and aligning are crucial steps in the process of engaging your users with your CRM. Today, I’d like to discuss the next three of the 9 best practices for user adoption, which are Planning, Partnering, and Encouraging.

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Invested Users Are The Key To Maximizing User Adoption: Part One Of Our Series On Best Practices

Leverage your technology investment with a sound user adoption strategy.

It is possible to have extremely high quantitative results without having high user adoption because users can log into your CRM system without actually using it.

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Using An Obsolete CRM Can Be Damaging To Your Firm In More Ways Than One

In the anatomy of a financial services organization, software is the circulatory system. It picks up the data in the brain, or database, and delivers it to where it's needed. It connects all the parts of the body together and ensures the body is working well as a single entity.

So, when a system stops receiving support or development, it affects the health of the entire company. It can become expensive to maintain, difficult to upgrade, or so obsolete it risks pulling the company behind the competition. When people can’t or aren’t using the system, or when the system isn’t able to provide the functionality that’s needed, the organization must replace it.

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Wealth Management Advisors Should be Using CRM Designed for Wealth Management Advisors

Amp your adoption rate with the right vertical-specific CRM

 “Vertical CRM will be the preferred CRM Choice in the next three years”-Kate Leggett1

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When It Comes To CRM, User Adoption Is Always A Challenge. Here's How One Of Our Biggest Clients Pulled It Off

You may have the best possible CRM solution on the market, a deep vertical award-winning software geared to meet your every need. What you will always struggle with is poor user 

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If You Want Your CRM To Fail, Just Make Integration An Afterthought

Here's an interesting piece of information that got lost in the hype surrounding Salesforce's biggest deal ever. Apparently, the acquisition of MuleSoft in March for $6.5 billion was met with skepticism by senior management, until they were gently informed by a financial services firm of the importance of connecting data that is stored in disparate systems.

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Invested Users: Best Practices of Maximizing User Adoption, Part 3

In my last blog [Invested Users: Best Practices of Maximizing User Adoption, Part 2], I discussed NexJ's second set of three best practices for user adoption, and why planning, partnering, and encouraging leadership are crucial steps in the process of engaging your users with your CRM.

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Invested Users: Best Practices of Maximizing User Adoption, Part 2

In my last blog, I discussed NexJ's first three best practices of user adoption, and why developing, analyzing, and aligning are crucial steps in the process of engaging your users with your CRM. Today, I'd like to discuss the next three of the 9 best practices for user adoption, which are planning, partnering, and encouraging.

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Invested Users: Best Practices of Maximizing User Adoption

In a previous blog, I discussed how to measure your user adoption rates, and the effectiveness of comparing quantitative and qualitative results. Because users can log into your CRM system, without actually using it, it's possible to have extremely high quantitative results without having high user adoption.

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Quantitative or Qualitative - What Are Your User Adoption Results?

High user adoption rates reflect that your company's software investments are being appropriately leveraged, and ideally show that users are engaging with the system. To determine the effectiveness of the software at your company, you need to know your user adoption rates.

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CRM Adoption Starts with Integration

For a person to use something, they almost always have to believe they have something to gain. For a CRM system, that means that a person should get more information out than they put in. After all, if all you have access to is the information you entered, what’s the point?

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