Is there anything more annoying than trying to accomplish a task without the proper equipment? Whether it’s trying to cook up dinner in a too-small pan or charge your phone with that slightly-defective cord that only stays plugged in if propped up in one specific way (argh!).
Working with tools that are not quite right can drive you up a wall.
The more important the task, the more frustrating it is to have a tool that isn’t helping you succeed. So, it’s no surprise that many universities, high schools, and language schools feel incredibly irritated by customer relationship management (CRM) systems that don't meet their needs.
If that sounds familiar—and if you wish you had more guidance on how to set up a system that will actually work—keep on reading.
The Intead team is gearing up to present our AIRC full-day workshop on December 5 followed by some great learning and networking at all the conference sessions. If you are going, please be in touch (firstname.lastname@example.org). We'll be at ICEF the following week in Miami and welcome a meeting there as well.
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