IPC fuels customer success with The Cloud
As emerging technologies transform the business landscape faster than ever, local cloud pioneer IPC (IP Converge Data Services, Inc.) empowers enterprises to boost sales productivity, while managing operating costs through Salesforce.com, the world’s leading cloud-based Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tool.
In order to stand out in today’s ultracompetitive market, entrepreneurs need to not only sell faster, but smarter as well. Salesforce.com helps users do so with its simple yet intuitive user interface. Providing an in-depth look into each sale, a user no longer needs to look for numerous documents, spreadsheets, or presentations to get a better understanding of what their customer needs.
“Over 100,000 companies worldwide now use Salesforce.com in growing their business. IPC is proud to be the only Gold Cloud Alliance Partner of Salesforce.com in the country. This has allowed us to offer an incredibly powerful tool that will help Philippine enterprises take even better care of their customers,” said IPC President Rene Huergas.
“Salesforce.com not only helps track an enterprise’s current sales performance, it also lets them look closer into what their clients need. It connects to various social networking sites, scouring the web for what the public thinks of their product without having to conduct extensive, complicated surveys that would take months in certain cases. Keeping track of what your audience thinks and wants has become crucial to the operation of the enterprise today,” Huergas added.
To further the knowledge of Philippine enterprises on CRM, IPC is engaging C-level officials in IT, sales, and marketing from various industries via its free executive sessions. These sessions, held monthly, provide local firms more than just a glimpse into how global outfits have gained from CRM apps via Salesforce.com.
“In an internet-driven world of empowered consumers, we urge enterprises to take this chance to see how together, CRM and the Cloud can help their business grow,” Huergas concluded.