Address Book as a Business Asset
Address Book – is yours a gold mine of information or black hole of confusion with inconsistent data and duplications? Does anybody take responsibility for maintaining your most valuable asset, or is your competitive advantage leaking away through lack of attention? How can you turn your contact records into a database of business intelligence?
Every business has as address book, of course, but is it a list of names and addresses, or a business asset, a competitive advantage – a veritable gold mine of information.
An Address Book for individuals is simple. Every email system provides one. Names, addresses, phone numbers. Who needs more than that? Well businesses need more than that, if contacts and relationships are to be assets rather than a liabilities.
A business Address Book brings all the information together in a single management resource
- Its a single sharable resource so everybody in the business has access to the same information.
- It links companies with corporate and branch offices, with multiple phone numbers for different departments.
- It links companies with the people working for them, and their multiple addresses and contact numbers.
- It links the company and people records with correspondence, documents and notes.
And it does all this across locations (and on the move), anywhere in the world, any time zone, 24X7.
That’s what Front Office Box does – transforms lists into a single diamond of a business asset.
Especially in today’s world when relationships are a vital route around the corporate rules, regulations and processes, keeping all of our contact histories and related information is a real competitive advantage.
With our software users keep every piece of information where they can find it, for when they need it. It’s the modern version of the Rolodex, with management best practice built in.
It offers you a data framework keeping everything you know, in ways that make sense to you.
Spend a few minutes with our video demo and give it a try. You won’t know how powerful your contact history can be until you manage it properly.