Managing Your Business with Outlook 2003 For Dummies
By: Marcelo Thalenberg(Author)
Shows readers how to use Outlook as an effective and powerful solution for managing and organizing e–mail messages, schedules, tasks, notes, contacts, and other information as they are specifically applied in a business setting Discusses managing and maintaining current customers and how to control customer interactions Explains the process of using checklists and matching them with Outlook applications–from bulk mailing to planning a telemarketing campaign Addresses how to build a prospect profile with an action plan for follow–up until the prospect becomes an active customer Provides step–by–step examples on how to set up and use Business Contact Manager
Use a tool you already have (plus BCM 2.0) to solve lots of time–consuming problems If you could just get a handle on mail, schedules, meetings, and contacts, you′d have more time to make your business productive, right? Check your Outlook it′s right in your Office! And here are step–by–step examples for using it to build databases, manage customer contacts, handle finances, improve marketing, and finally get organized. Discover how to:Organize your priorities and your dayAutomate dialingBuild and use customer profilesWeed out e–mailMake meetings productivePlan and implement marketing activitiesIncrease your team collaboration
||Managing Your Business with Outlook 2003 For Dummies
||John Wiley & Sons; 1 edition (3 Feb. 2006)
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