Kevin Turner Articles by: Kevin Turner

GoDaddy Uses Nimble Social Insights in Office 365 to Scale Social Influencer Programs

GoDaddy Uses Nimble Social Insights in Office 365 to Scale Social Influencer Programs
By February 21, 2018 Case Studies, CRM, Social Media, Using Nimble

About the Company

GoDaddy is the world’s largest domain registrar dedicated to small, independent ventures. With over 17 million customers worldwide and 73 million domain names under management, GoDaddy employs more than 6,000 employees in 14 facilities worldwide. Read more ›

Headhuntr.io Uses Nimble Social Insights in Office 365 to Grow

Headhuntr.io Uses Nimble Social Insights in Office 365 to Grow
By January 31, 2018 Case Studies, CRM, Using Nimble

About the Company

headhuntr.io leverages the power of data science and highly qualified service teams to enable companies to find the absolute best candidates for their positions. Formed by Silicon Valley executives, this fast-growing 50 person tech company with a projected growth rate of over 1,000 percent this year is revolutionizing the recruiting process. Read more ›

Case Study: How Native Custom Stone is Using Nimble

Case Study: How Native Custom Stone is Using Nimble
By January 24, 2018 Case Studies, CRM, Using Nimble

About the Company

Native Custom Stone (Native) is an international, Georgia-based manufacturer of architectural grade stone veneer sold through distributors. With 36 employees and a growth rate of over 25 percent, Native is growing rapidly and looking to open another plant in the near future. Read more ›

Gaining CRM User Adoption

Gaining CRM User Adoption
By September 15, 2017 CRM

You have picked the right CRM for your team and the battle is won! Or is it not? The fact is, the hardest and most critical part of a successful CRM initiative is getting your team to actually use your application and to leverage your CRM effectively and strategically. The importance of the onboarding process cannot be underestimated because if you don’t train your employees correctly, the chances are that the system won’t be used the way you intended it to be, data quality will be poor, and your employees will lose interest. The key reason why CRMs fail is due to lack of use, which results in bad data, says industry pioneer and Nimble CEO Jon Ferrara. Read more ›