To be honest with you, I had to research what Gluten was. Afterwards, I didn’t want or need that diet. At that point, it seemed rather complicated to me. I decided that what I would, or would not get, wasn’t worth the effort. It even got to the point where I read that there was special cookware for Gluten free products. You have got to be kidding me! Wait, I have to change the way I cook too? Nope.
I am the type of person that knows what works in my kitchen, and I like to rely on a few simple tools to help me get there. I am not the type of person that needs a week to read an instruction manual to find out how my new toaster oven works.
CRMs are like that. There are CRMs out there that slice, dice, and they even julienne. They will make your coffee start the moment your alarm clock goes out. You got it; your fuzzy slippers automatically get positioned to where your two feet land when you step out of bed. Do I dare speak of automatic newspaper retrieval?
You get it. If you are like millions out there like me, you want a CRM that is easy to learn, use, does what you need it to do, and doesn’t require you to spend a ton of money. The last thing you need is to hire a consultant to implement your CRM. To me that seems ridiculous. That is counter-productive. It’s like saying, “I can’t learn this by myself because it is too complicated. I need to hire someone. ” Where is the control?
Okay, I think you get it. For dinner, I will have a burger, grilled onions, mushrooms, extra cheese, and bacon. For dessert, I will have Soffront CRM.
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