October 24, 2012
ClientHouse Announces Veeva CRM Competence Center
By Raju Shanbhag
Recently, ClientHouse, a customer relationship management (CRM) consultancy, unveiled its Veeva Competence Center. According to the company, this new center offers committed expertise in deploying and managing the Veeva CRM solutions to life sciences companies.
Veeva CRM is an advanced cloud-based CRM system for the life sciences industry. It allows companies to make the shift from slow and inflexible to agile. They can change from marketing in numerous channels to combined multichannel marketing.
Veeva CRM delivers even as companies are forced to do more with less.
Supported by ClientHouse's strong industry consulting and technology experience, the new Veeva Competence Center introduces pharmacos the industry's leading cloud CRM software. To cater to the quick industry changes such as strict regulation, market competition and pricing pressures, the Competence Centre allows companies to rapidly adapt sales, marketing and customer service processes.
ClientHouse is no stranger to life sciences field. The company has supported life sciences companies such as B. Braun, Baxter International and Abbott Laboratories in the past.
“Our Veeva Competence Center marries expert experience and best-in-class technologies in the life sciences sector to offer our customers more comprehensive solutions," said André Klose, founder and CEO at ClientHouse. "Veeva CRM is ideally tailored to meet the business needs of all customer-facing teams of pharmaceutical and biotech companies. This makes it even easier to deliver on customer requests without increasing implementation and rollout time. It's exactly what customers want implemented at speeds they need.”
Recently, the company entered into a partnership with QlikTech through which the company can provide Salesforce customers consulting services and support in the integration of QlikView and salesforce.com, as well as Force.com solutions. The company has stated that it has been observing various developments at QlikTech for some years now.
ClientHouse has noticed particularly challenging customer wishes of late, in the fields of segmenting and analysis.
Edited by Braden Becker