These five CRM fails are the ones that can have the biggest impact on your customer and employee experience. Photo: iStock

We are living in a fascinating time. Companies like Amazon have set the bar high for customer expectations, and advancements in artificial intelligence and big data are poised to help us deliver it like never before. Take CRM systems, for example. The latest advancements leverage AI and big data to deliver relevant personalized experiences and a 360 view of your customer at the fingertips of your sales team and your customer service reps. It’s everything you need to deliver the holy grail of the brand experience — authenticity, trustworthiness, and the sense that you care for each and every one of your customers as if they were family. 

And yet despite the capabilities of the technology, there are still a lot of bad experiences out there and more than a few CRM fails. Bad data, disconnected data, disengaged sales teams, and a customer who is often left wondering if you even know them. How can this happen? And more importantly, what can we do to prevent it? 

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