PRESS RELEASE — Boston, MA (PRWEB) October 29, 2015 – Bpm’online, whose process-driven CRM software for marketing, sales and service helps over 6,000 organizations win more customers, faster, has named four new channel partners: Canada’s consultancy firms Kewl Consulting from Vancouver, and Eligeo with offices in Vancouver and Calgary; and US-based Altavi from Atlanta, and ISM with six offices across the U.S.
With industry reports including Bessemer Venture Partner’s spring 2015 data showing double the growth for cloud-based CRM solutions, predicted to reach $45.6 billion by 2017, channel partners are keen to expand their portfolio of CRM solutions to meet market demand. As enterprises face the challenge with aligning business processes today – 80% of leads that are disqualified by sales department actually making a purchase within the next 24 months (Sirius Decisions) – they’re looking for fresh options.
Channel partners are rapidly embracing bpm’online’s partner program as a way to meet market demand for strong business process- defining capabilities in an innovative cloud-based CRM solution – while growing their own recurring revenue streams.
“Enterprises know they need to get smarter about customer-facing processes in order to achieve the digital transformation they seek,” said Michael Rooney, svp and general manager of bpm’online. “We’re delighted to welcome these new solutions partners who, like many other channel leaders, are leveraging bpm’online to help more enterprises to deploy agile CRM systems that give them a competitive edge – with an approach that other CRM solutions can’t match.”
New members of the bpm’online partner eco-system are using the company’s CRM solutions to help enterprises deliver the best customer experience from the very first point of contact, throughout the entire relationship which drives ever increasing brand loyalty. Bpm’online CRM is a fully integrated process-driven CRM comprised of the products, which connect the dots between marketing, sales and service while delivering end-to-end processes – from lead to order, through ongoing customer service.
All bpm’online products are backed with the powerful business process management engine, which makes it easy to tune–in the processes to answer specific needs of a business, as well as seamlessly integrate products for marketing, sales and service on one platform. The key benefit of bpm’online’s partner program is recurring lifetime commissions. Bpm’online partners can earn up to 40% commission throughout the entire lifecycle of their client relationship, which provides a solid basis for their business growth.
Derek Major, Chief Relationship Manager, Eligeo CRM Inc, says: “Now we get a great line of products on the same platform that will empower our clients in their customer service, sales and marketing automation initiatives.”
“Our partnership with bpm’online will enable us to offer our multiple customers and business partners the unique competitive advantage” ads Brian Segers, Vice President of CRM at ISM.
“Businesses seeking to improve their customer-facing processes will find the addition of bpm’online CRM to the ISM product family as solutions that allow them to instantly respond to the new market opportunities while serving their customers better”.
“We are proud about teaming up with bpm’online. We are looking forward to start our cooperation expecting that bpm’online’s unique expertise and sophisticated CRM products will help us to serve more businesses, empowering them to build excellent customer relations while effectively managing key business operations,” said Diana Llorente, President of Kewl Consulting.
“We are very pleased to add bpm’online to our Customer Relationship Management (CRM) practice. By prioritizing process, bpm makes it easy for everyone – from sales consultancy to sales rep – to design and execute unique, automated processes for increasingly personalized and effective customer acquisition,” concluded Steven Jameson, ALTAVI Managing Partner.
About bpm’online’s new partners
About Kewl Consulting Inc.
Kewl Consulting is a 14 year old reputable Canadian-based team of business professionals providing CRM consulting and implementation expertise. Kewl Consulting has always focused on delivering a better customer experience from the first point of contact through the entire life cycle of a customer – and beyond to their circle of customers, colleagues and business associates. We provide strategy, business process and workflow development, layout customizations, training and support.
For more information, please visit: http://kewlconsulting.com
Eligeo CRM is the premier CRM Consulting company in Canada with offices in both Calgary and Vancouver. Our services include CRM quick starters, bootcamps, consulting, training, customizations, programming and project management for small to medium sized businesses.
For more information, please visit: http://www.eligeo.com/
Atlanta-based ALTAVI helps midmarket B2Bs exploit best-fit sales process improvements, offering strategic CRM and CPQ integrations, Management Consultation and training for increasingly agile, personalized and effective customer interactions.
For more information, please visit: http://www.altavi.com
With offices throughout the Western US plus Washington DC, ISM supports all major areas of business technology including Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Accounting and operations (ERP), and Human Resource Management and Payroll (HRMS).
For more information, please visit: http://www.goism.com
Bpm’online is a premium vendor of process-driven cloud based software for marketing, sales and service automation. The beauty and core value of bpm’online products are the out-of-the-box processes that guide users through the most effective actions to accelerate results. Users love bpm’online’s engaging interface with its social look and feel, free from redundant information that keeps them focused on what’s relevant. Today, the company employs 500+ experts and serves over 6,000 customers worldwide.
For more information, visit: http://www.bpmonline.com
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