There are so many different accounting programs that are out there for your small business. How do you sort through them all? It can be incredibly overwhelming to navigate the landscape of bookkeeping tools and choose one that fits best. When I am looking for software, I am looking for something that is easily integrated with programs I am already using, is user friendly, and is designed well. Zoho Books checks off all of those requirements and more.
With out of the box, customization, and web tabs available to you in your Zoho CRM, your company could end up with A LOT of modules on your account. This can be overwhelming for some of your employees that don’t need access to every single module you’ve created. Also, what if you are storing some sensitive information in some modules that not every employee needs access too? Zoho CRM has an answer for all of these problems!
When your business revolves around selling goods to consumers, the most important thing is managing those goods! Zoho Inventory makes that a very easy task. So why use an inventory management system? Savings! When you have an inventory management system, you can greatly reduce your company’s carrying costs. If you are able to keep track of how much inventory you have, what you need, and what you have in overstock, you can move your inventory quickly and easily. So why use Zoho Inventory as your management system? Here are five reasons why…
Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, WordPress, Snapchat, Tumblr…. it would be naive to say that social media isn’t an important way to market and connect with your customers in 2019. Even the most skilled marketing manager may have difficulties keeping up with your social media presence. There are so many platforms to produce content for, and each one needs to be different. You need to wittily market your latest project in under 280 characters for twitter, and then post a perfectly framed and edited photo for Instagram. Beyond having the “perfect” content, most consumers are demanding that you produce it consistently. It can make your head spin! How can you organize it all? Enter- Zoho Social, a program on the Zoho One platform that easily helps you manage and organize your business’ social media presence.
We spoke in a previous blog post about the most efficient way to set up a custom module in Zoho CRM. Today what we are going to talk about are the Zoho custom field types that are available when you create your own module. Once you create your module, it’s important to understand the different custom field types that Zoho has to offer. There are a lot of ways you can customize your modules, so let’s review them together.
Zoho has many great out of the box modules. But sometimes businesses may find that they want to customize the content of those modules, or even create new modules all together. One of the things that make this program so create is that Zoho allows you to customize modules to meet you needs. This process can be a little tricky, so here are some tips to navigate through Zoho Custom Modules.
Every business has a way they like to do things… a workflow, as many people may refer to it. In Zoho CRM, the term workflow gets a bit confusing. We’ve spoken before on here about workflow and automation in Zoho CRM and how it has a different meaning in this program. In the world of Zoho, workflow is an action that you can automate. So what if you want Zoho CRM to guide your employees through established business procedures? Enter: Zoho CRM Blueprints.
Zoho offers many programs on their platform. Arguably their most successful one is Zoho CRM. But what if you don’t need all of the features of a CRM? Maybe you are just looking for somewhere to keep your contacts, and manage your tasks and deals. Having a tool that allows you to organize your contacts and clients allows for better customer relationships. Enter Zoho Contact Manager. Both programs can be very helpful to your business, but there are some key differences and similarities. Let’s review them before you decide which program to use.
In a previous blog post I spoke about how you may use workflow in Zoho CRM. Today I am going back to basics, what even is a workflow anyway? Typically workflow means how you organize your work patterns, the flow of your work, so to speak. In Zoho CRM, workflow is an automation tool that will execute a certain action when a condition in the CRM is met. Essentially- you do something in your (i.e. create a new lead) and an automated action fires off (a welcome email is sent). Read More
Zoho CRM is an amazing database to help any business keep track of your clients, deals, marketing campaigns and beyond. I firmly believe that one of the most underutilized tools in this program is the “activities” feature. Activities in the Zoho CRM do it all, you can organize tasks, keep track of meetings, and schedule a follow up conversation with a new client. If you are looking to keep your records organized and detailed the Zoho CRM the activities feature is the way to go.