Are you running lean implementation in your department or through out the company? Is your company thriving for continuous improvement. Then 5s is the most important tool to achieve your lean implementation goal.
Lean implementation involves 5s audit on regular basis. Some companies do it week by week and others do it every month. No matter what frequency of audit one adopts, the key is the 5s Audit checklist with relevant questions.
CRM works by collecting leads or consumer information. Analyzing the collected information to understand customer or market requirements. Adjusting marketing campaigns accordingly to increase sales.
CRM also serves for customer service and support–making businesses efficient and improve customer satisfaction.
allows non-technical staff the ability to update web site content without knowing HTML, FTP, etc.
easy-to-use WYSIWYG tools, similar to Word (code view as well)
workflow / approval — can be as complex or as simple as desired
each unit decides on the workflow that best meets their needs
individuals who have natural responsibility for content can maintain that content themselves (with approval process if desired)
consistent visual identity (CLF)
archiving / backup / recovery
turnover and succession planning
content more likely to be kept up-to-date (review reminders)
information more easily found
more cohesive user experience
makes site maintenace and (re-)development easier and far less costly
web professionals are freed to focus on higher-value tasks, i.e. developing interactive functionality, improving site usability