Kolter Solutions Announces CRM Expertise and Staffing Solutions for Business of All Sizes

Kolter Solutions, an industry leader in professional staffing and consulting, is proud to announce a new team that focuses on CRM solutions for companies of all sizes. This team also has the ability to recruit employees with high-demand and hard-to-find CRM skill sets. The result allows companies to save money and time while maximizing the effectiveness of these critical systems.

Roger Whiteman, Kolter Solutions’ founder and President, summarized how this new department benefits the company’s current and future customer base: “On nearly a daily basis we receive questions about CRM systems. There are a lot of choices and the investment required to implement such as system can range from minor to significant. Selecting the right CRM is a critical decision and will have a noticeable impact on revenue. Our team can help companies select the right CRM solution and then provide the employees, consultants or contractors to make sure they get the full benefit of their new platform.”

“I have been through the process of determining the right CRM solution for our own company.  It is a complex decision, and there is a shortage of reliable and unbiased information available,” said Tracy Dickerhoff, the company’s Managing Partner. “Even if you find the right CRM solution, you are faced with the daunting task of training your employees and finding the right talent to get your CRM ROI – you want it to make you money. Our team is focused on solving all of these issues fast and effectively.”

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