Enquire Solutions (Enquire), the fastest growing provider of CRM software and call center services in the senior housing industry, recently updated its brand identity.
Heritage Senior Living, one of the largest regional senior living providers in Pennsylvania, partners with the CRM experts of Denver-based tech company, Enquire Solutions
White Pine Senior Living, large Midwest senior living provider partners with Denver-based tech company, Enquire Solutions to boost sales processes
New office expansion enables Enquire Solutions to accelerate staff growth, host large-scale meetings, and improve customer service.
6th largest not-for-profit senior living provider in the US chooses fastest-growing CRM and call center to improve sales strategy and better serve customers.
15th largest senior living provider partners with Denver-based tech company Enquire Solutions to better manage sales, track occupancy predictors, and leverage real-time sales and marketing trends.
Utah-based senior living provider partners with the fastest-growing senior living CRM developer to enhance business intelligence and sales processes.
Your CRM should adjust to suit your business needs, not the other way around.
Interoperability is the ability to integrate with other software. To best support your sales efforts, your CRM needs to play nice with the other tools you use.
It should generate precisely the reports you want, help you access the data you need, and allow all of your existing systems -- from sales and marketing tools to healthcare databases -- to talk to one another. If it doesn’t, it will cause more problems than it solves.
Reports are arguably the most important part of your CRM. They help you gain a more accurate view of your organization, on a macro level (whether you are hitting your monthly/quarterly/yearly goals) and on a micro level (e.g., which salespeople are performing the best).
This article shows you 12 EnquireLEADS reports that provide the real-time information you need to make the right decisions for your community. The first two let you instantly see the big picture of what’s happening in your communities. The next 10 dig deeper so you can the various smaller factors that are contributing to that big picture.