Working to gain user adoption should last as long as your CRM project does, and, as we often say at Ledgeview, once you implement CRM, CRM is forever!

Gaining user adoption should be a continuous process. Here’s how to keep the excitement alive among your users long-term …

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Gaining User Adoption Days, Weeks, Months and Years After Your Go-Live

eBook: 10 Expert CRM Tips on Gaining User Adoption After Rollout Day and Beyond

So, you have gotten your team on-board the CRM ship and off the dock, but how do you keep them from jumping the CRM ship? Cheesy as this analogy may seem, it’s true that keeping your team onboard with CRM is an everlasting journey days, weeks, months, even years later.

SPOILER ALERT: You’re not done with CRM after you’ve gotten everyone on board. You need to keep them there!

CRM is a way of life. It’s not a one-and-done process. CRM must be maintained. It must become part of your daily workflow. EVERYDAY. Click To Tweet This eBook will guide you through what you should do after your CRM Go-Live Day to keep your team members feeling confident and encouraged.

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eBook: 10 Expert CRM Tips on Gaining User Adoption During Rollout

So, you’ve done it! You have reached CRM Rollout Day; you have addressed your employees’ concerns, created a structure and goal system, and are now ready to ensue with a rock star Rollout. But, how do you do that? How do you avoid potential complications?

Breathe easy, number one, then follow along with this eBook as your simple guide.

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Ledgeview Partners eBook Debunking Common Misconceptions about CRM User Adoption

eBook: 10 CRM Misconceptions on Gaining User Adoption

Before CRM Implementation, you’re going to need a killer preview to present to your employees, especially your sales team. Before creating that preview, you will need to think like them. You know why you like it as a manager or sponsor, but just because you see the benefits, doesn’t mean your employees will as soon as you have.

Remember, they have a different role and function. Get on their level. Relate to them. Use terminology that makes sense for their workflows. Get these details and more in this eBook.

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