Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Lunchtime Learning Labs: CRM Implementation in the A/E/C Industry: Turning Insurmountable Into Totally Achievable

From your desk!

Location

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Time

Education

Webinar

Whether you work for an architectural firm, engineering company, general contractor, consultant, or even for yourself, effective client relationship management (CRM) can seem like an insurmountable task. Either your firm is without a CRM database and needs it; your firm has a CRM database but no one wants to use it; or your firm uses a CRM database but no one can agree on how to use or manage it. Join Amy Villasana-Moore, CPSM, as she shares insights from her CRM journey and recounts how she turned insurmountable into totally achievable.

What You'll Learn

During this lab, you’ll learn about:

  • Defining clear objectives to aid in choosing the right CRM for your firm
  • Key components necessary for generating firm-wide CRM buy-in
  • Best practices for standardizing CRM usage across a company
  • Assigning on-going tasks for successful long-term CRM maintenance

Event Speakers

Amy Villasana-Moore CPSM

Arizona manager of marketing & business development at Sunrise Engineering, Inc.

Background

Amy Villasana-Moore, CPSM, is the Arizona manager of marketing & business development at Sunrise Engineering, Inc. With more than a decade of A/E/C experience, she led a phased CRM implementation for Sunrise’s 16 profit centers. Villasana-Moore also actively embraces the opportunity to pay it forward to the A/E/C Phoenix community. In 2013, she served as an analyst/editor for the SMPS Foundation’s latest book A/E/C Business Development: The Decade Ahead and initiated an SMPS Arizona educational program called “CRM: Like Herding Cats.” She also aided in the production of the chapter’s two most recent salary surveys and has served as an SMPS Marketing Mentor for the last three years. Nominated for her CRM business integration efforts and overall dedication to the organization, Villasana-Moore was awarded the 2014 Marketer of the Year by SMPS Arizona.