In this post, I am going to show how to build out a CRM app with Ninox. Like my previous article about Human Resources apps, I am going to base the article on our app KasCur Pro which is a Ninox template which we have created which you could use as the basis of your own - or you could follow some of the insights in this post and create your own from scratch.
A CRM, or Customer Relationship Management, app is intended to look after the interactions you have with customers from a sales and customer service point of view.
Traditionally, CRM apps are aimed at sales teams, recording sales opportunities as well as all communications between you and your customer. This information provide the base information from which sales analyses, forecasts can be produced - vital information for any business. Many commercial CRM apps also have features for managing customer services and support processes - although in many cases this is an add-on or even a separate (though integrated) app.
What we're going to 'build'
Having looked at the essentials of what a CRM is lets consider the data we may want to store in our database to support this: