General CRM Database FAQs
CRM stands for Customer Relationship Management database. A CRM database is a collection of customer data grouped into customer profiles. A CRM can be used to understand your customer base, and for segmented, targeted marketing campaigns that can be tracked for accurate attribution.
A CRM Database is a digital collection of individual customer information grouped into customer profiles. The database consists of detailed customer data such as names, behavior data, demographics, addresses, zip codes, emails, and phone numbers. These profiles are used to track communication and to remarket to customers.
An example of a CRM database for offline companies is the Bloom Intelligence CRM database. Using guest WiFi access points & guest WiFi landing pages, the platform collects customer behavior data, whether they log into WiFi or not, and builds detailed customer profiles for marketing and attribution. Other popular CRM’s include Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamic, and Hubspot.
For restaurant and retail locations, the easiest and best way to create a CRM database is to use your WiFi access points, Guest WiFi landing page, website widgets, and API’s to collect customer information and behavior data. Once configured, your customer data is collected and cleaned automatically.
Bloom Intelligence goes above and beyond.
“They have always been attentive through whatever needs and questions we have.
They go above and beyond to make sure our team and customers stay connected while helping us with our marketing efforts.”
~ Matt Thompson, Managing Partner
Great, Personalized Customer Service.
“Our company uses Bloom Intelligence as a WiFi log-in service and we really like what they do. They offer great personalized customer service. The analytics are extremely useful and the aesthetic in the marketing scheme homepage is great once the guest logs into WiFi with some options to market specifics for the business or post beautiful photography. Highly recommend.”
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