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How long does CRM take to set up?

Published:
March 15, 2020

“The set up time for CRM worries me”

Small business owners everywhere

It's new. It's something you're not used to doing. It's something that you don't want to have to do regularly. So the time it's going to take you to set up your CRM is naturally going to be a worry.

Before Connectably, our founder, Gareth Everson, ran a CRM implementation business. He helped over 250 businesses to implement CRM. Common themes of those who use their time well and achieve success are that they:

  1. Have a focused plan & set achieveable outcomes
  2. Prioritise fixing problems that cost you time
  3. With time saved, your next priority is sales growth
  4. To do that, use marketing activities that scale
  5. Walk in your customers’ shoes & map their journey
  6. Use email marketing, direct mail & video to engage

These experiences helped shape Connectably and how we help users like you.

About

Gareth Everson

Gareth's the founder of Connectably. He's a business systemiser who helps small business owners who aren't always natural "software people" to systemise their processes, understand marketing technology, improve client experiences, launch new services, get paid their true worth, and increase the value of their business. Connectably is a self-funded software business (founded 2017) that serves other small businesses. You can follow Connectably here, and connect with Gareth here.
Author: Gareth Everson - Founder Connectably

Could Connectably be right for you?

Connectably helps everyday businesses to manage workflows, processes and communications that would normally require much more expensive software and skills to manage. It's simple to use, easier to implement than continuing to do things manually, and will help you to think about your business in a different, more scalable, and less time-intensive way.

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