Mission Statement

“Our mission is to help you get the maximum benefit from your systems investments, be it through consultancy in the sales process, provision of CRM software, or through training”

David Jefferson
MD of JI Software.

About

JI Management Consultants works with CEO’s Directors and senior managers to develop and implement their strategic initiatives leading to accelerated business growth. Our specialist areas are Business Strategy, CRM, Customer Relationship Strategy and IT Strategy.

Services

At JI-MC we recognise that your organisation is unique and special. We respect your ways of working, we listen to your concerns, and offer flexible service packages designed to suit your priorities. We are committed to being absolutely clear about what we have to offer and how it will benefit you.

JI-MC undertakes hands-on partenrship assignments when we have a good match between client needs and the resources and skills we bring to bear on client issues.

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From The Blog

How to select the right CRM system in 3 easy lessons

In CRM investments bigger isn’t always best; Cheaper isn’t always better value; Best isn’t always most appropriate. It should go without saying that appropriate business choices must benefit the business. They must pay back. It is important when considering a CRM investment to pause and consider what ‘appropriate’ means.  In simple terms it means understanding yourself, your needs, your...

Be Likeable… and Use your CRM System

Why are some sales people less successful than others? They create customer relationships that should lead to a sale, but it doesn’t. Does CRM make a difference? What can they learn from successful sales people? In my youth, shortly after beginning my career in business (which was a long time ago), I got to talking with a salesman on a long...

Sales Stars don’t use CRM (or do they?)

Interesting question from Mike Muhney on Linkedin: What do you do when your top salesman refuses to use your CRM system? Here’s another: What do you do when the top sales person suggests that as the guy/girl who keeps the company alive, he/she should become Director/VP Sales? Should he/she be given a share in the business? I’ve seen that...

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