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  • Popular Software Applications and Integration with Referral Program

    A well-organized and successful Referral program has a decisive role to maneuver the buying decision of customers. Referral Programs are a way to generate leads—and not just any leads, but highly-qualified, niche-specific leads that are more likely to result in sales. Businesses need to take necessary measurements to implement a Referral Program in the process. Companies are using various Software Applications in the business process – be it a CRM, an ERP, or something else. With the growing popularity and advantages of customized Referral Program, it is necessary to embed or integrate a similar solution in the existing Software Tools in order to acquire organic leads and increase sales. It is paramount for any business to integrate a Referral program into the existing business applications and streamline the business process.


    On behalf of various business organizations, there has been enormous and vivid planning of implementing a blended solution combining any Software Application and Referral Program. NextBee has formulated a where customized Referral Program can be seamlessly integrated with any popular Software Tools pertaining to the business requirements.



    Software Applications and NextBee’s Referral Program









    Let’s look at the three prime benefits of referral marketing: Referral leads convert more; Referred customers spend more; Referred customers stay longer.  Successful Referral programs are instrumental in improving your business’ customer acquisition efforts in this digital age. The criteria that lead to a referral program bringing a large number of relevant leads are the satisfaction of the customer in relation to the product or service, as well as the relevance of the referral program itself. Keeping this in mind, NextBee developed a methodology that aims to improve referral programs. The application of this methodology is to ensure that every participant is approached in a way that leads to increased conversion of referrals and leads.


    Known as the PACE Methodology, it covers the following aspects:

    – Personal : Building personal relationships through active collaboration for increased positivity in responses.
    – Adaptive : Adaptive to the needs and expectations of individual customers and target groups.
    – Controlled : Strategy and design that incorporates analyzed data to promote effective response.
    – Exciting : Ensuring that the customers find your program interesting and exciting, so as to reduce monotony and improve response.


    For a complete referral process re-engineering and a fresh implementation of a referral program with various most-used Software Tools, NextBee is always there at your service. Feel free to contact us for detail discussion and a live DEMO.



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