How CRM errors value gross sales groups income

More than half of sales executives say that their customer relationship management (CRM) platform outages are causing lost revenue, according to recent research by SugarCRM.

The report is based on data from a survey conducted in November 202 of 1,000 salespeople (managers or higher) in Australia, Germany, the UK and the US. The respondents work for organizations with 100 to 3,000 employees in B2B and B2C industries.

About 52% of sales executives in all countries – and 59% in the US – agree that "mistakes in my organization's CRM system are causing my organization to lose revenue."

Half of the respondents state that their company's sales team cannot access aggregated customer data in marketing, sales and service systems.

Major shortcomings of CRM systems include the inability to predict churn (51% of US sales executives say they can't), poor support (53% say this is a problem), high administrative burden (55%) ) and a Generally poorly suited for the use of the systems (53%).

About research: The report is based on data from a survey conducted in November 202 of 1,000 salespeople (managers or higher) in Australia, Germany, the UK and the US. The respondents work for organizations with 100 to 3,000 employees in B2B and B2C industries.

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