Whoever said this has clearly never run a business and is blissfully unaware of the hundreds of steps business owners take every single day toward their goals and objectives.
Hell, even a boss of a microbusiness has dozens of factors they need to juggle expertly throughout each workday
As a business owner, you've got to be able to analyze past performance, manage present-day operations, and forecast future obstacles and objectives, just to have a hope of being successful
But you already know this, don't you?
It’s why you took that first ‘hardest’ step and had Zoho’s CRM—a powerful but complex suite of applications— customized to meet your business’s exact needs and requirements.
It’s why you weighed up your options, realized what needed to be done, and took your shot.
It’s why you invested 1000s of dollars and put your trust in Zoho’s CRM, for the betterment of your business.
And that was the right decision to make.
But it’s not your final one.
As a business person, you know there isn’t a first hardest step. There isn’t even a last hardest step.
Because businesses are always running. They’re always striving toward a milestone, always taking that next step forward.
No, you took that first hardest step when you greenlit Zoho’s custom-suite CRM and invested your hard-earned resources. Now, you hold the keys to a dormant CRM suite that’s ready to unleash the potential of your business.
It’s ready to streamline your processes, help your team maintain peak efficiency and organization, and improve your profit margins and bottom lines.
It’s ready to take your business to the next level.
We become what we behold. We shape our tools and then our tools shape usMarshall McLuhan
Right now, only you hold the keys to this powerful machine.
You’ve invested in a business-revolutionizing CRM suite but you’re employees don’t even know how to get the best from it.
They’re asleep—no—panicking at the wheel, pressing every button they see on the dash, careering for a business-shaped ditch on the side of the road.
How do you transfer your understanding of the Zoho CRM to your employees?
How do you help your employees be and feel more productive when using your Zoho CRM suite?
How do you get the most out of your Zoho CRM investment and have it start paying dividends for your business?
It’s time for answers and a decision—just one of the hundreds you’ll make as a business owner today.
You teach your employees yourself, taking up your valuable time that could be better spent on other aspects of your business.
Sure. We know that you understand the CRM, after all, your CRM developer built it with, and for you.
We know you’ll probably be able to get them up to speed, maybe to a point where everyone has a set of keys to this powerful machine.
But is it worth the risk, time away from other important areas of the business, and effort spent? Do you have the required knowledge and expertise to track such a complex task?
After all, you know how many hours it took just you to fully grasp the capabilities of this tool and get to know each nook and cranny.
You appreciate that giving your employees a comprehensive understanding of your custom CRM suite isn't a hard decision-it's what's best for your business.
In addition to Zoho CRM training, we will also teach the students over time most of the other Zoho One apps.
Zoho CRM, Zoho Bookings, Zoho Campaigns, Zoho Social, Zoho Survey, Zoho Forms, Zoho Desk, Zoho Cliq, Zoho Projects, Zoho Meetings, Zoho Showtime, Zoho Workdrive, Zoho Sign, Zoho Vault, and Zoho Recruit.
For $39 per employee a month, billed annually, you give your team:
You know time is money-both every hour you spend teaching your employees and every day your employees go without fully understanding your CRM will cost you.
For $1,500 for the first 10 employees, and $150 per employee after that, you give your team:
If you have more than 5 employees, this route is worth considering.
So, now it's decision time.
What will it be?
Can you afford to let 1000s of dollars invested into your CRM go to waste, while your
CRM gathers dust, frustrates your employees, and fails to live up to its potential?
Take the next hardest step.
Give your employees the keys and let them take your business to the next level.