Is your business ready to support a $109b industry?

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“Tech start-ups have the potential to contribute $109 billion to the Australian economy, or around 4% of GDP, by 2033, according to a new report, which identifies four key ways to unlock the potential of the sector.”*

Is your business in a position to serve this growing sector? The team at CRMNow see some obvious synergies between what we do and the needs of startup organisations. The cloud offers a nimble, quick and secure way to begin with the enterprise in mind.

The management of contacts and relationships, critical to any startup, can be easily  addressed through the CRM cloud offerings from Oracle or salesforce.com. The cloud also offers startups a technology roadmap to match their growth plans. They can start with as little as couple of users and grow to hundreds and potentially thousands of users as their startup grows.

In addition, there’s no investment in hardware i.e. servers etc. All data is backed up and all interactions, activities etc can be managed within the CRM.

What about your business? How can you support this growing market? Click Here to read the report from PwC Australia. The only place I could find the actual report was on PwC Australia’s Facebook page. You may need to scroll down to find it. If you can’t find it on their page, simply create a post and ask for ‘The Startup Economy’ a look at the AU scene prepared for Google.

*SOURCE: Start Up Smart.com.au

About Derek

Derek has worked in the Sales & Marketing Consulting and CRM industries for over 17 years. He's consulted to companies here and overseas helping them develop processes to support their lead generation, marketing and sales businesses. He sees CRM as an enabler and not a solution by and of itself. Implemented with users in mind and a clear view of defined processes, companies can derive great value from their CRM.

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