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Statistics That Will Make You Rethink CRM

14 Statistics That Will Make You Rethink CRM

Think you know everything about sales and CRM? Test your knowledge against these surprising statistics.

 

The CRM software industry is growing rapidly, up 13.3% in 2014 to $23.2 billion.

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Well run CRM projects increase revenues by 42%.

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However, 63% of CRM projects fail to deliver on expectations.

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72% of users would give up extra features to find a CRM that’s easy to use.

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76% of CSOs believe that mobile CRM improves sales performance.

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65% of sales reps who adopted mobile CRM achieved their sales quotas vs. 22% of reps without mobile CRM.

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The top 20% of sales reps generate more than 60% of sales revenues.

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Only 14% of CSOs believe they will achieve 2015 revenue targets.

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92% of companies view customer experience as a top priority, but only 11% deliver.

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Salespeople are expected to do more with less. GDP in the US grew 47% between 2002 and 2012 while the number of salespeople has dropped 1.3%

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Companies are moving to the cloud. Software as a Service accounts for 47% of CRM sales.

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CRM software sales have outpaced overall IT spending over the last several years.

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82% of sales organizations use CRM.

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Less than 25% of federal agencies use CRM.

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