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first_imgArchitects: Filipe Xavier Oliveira Area Area of this architecture project Year:  Housing CopyHousing•Sintra, Portugal Accommodation Block Of Sergeants / Filipe Oliveira CopyAbout this officeFilipe Xavier OliveiraOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingSintraHousingPortugalPublished on March 03, 2012Cite: “Accommodation Block Of Sergeants / Filipe Oliveira” 03 Mar 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Photographs:  Filipe Xavier OliveiraText description provided by the architects. The building for the housing of Sergeants seeks the contemporary world through the resolution of functional, programmatic, and cultural requirements of the construction of its era, escaping from a mimetic design of the existing one, proposing itself as an alternative, which interprets timeless values of the military, such as the rule, sobriety, rigor and discipline, embodied in architecture through the rhythm and pure volumes. The accommodation block of the Sergeants emphasizes the structure as an element forming the architecture, being this tradition in the genesis of the military culture. Save this picture!Courtesy of Filipe Xavier OliveiraRecommended ProductsPorcelain StonewareApavisaSlabs – ConcretePorcelain StonewareGrespaniaPorcelain Tiles – 20MMWoodAccoyaAccoya® CanalsLooking for a solution that could offer decent conditions at low cost, imposing itself as a building of its time, was one of the premises on which it was based. The typology would have to be the one of a “gallery”, in search of a historical continuity, with values already proven. Thus, in the accommodation block of Sergeants, there are facts of the Portuguese architectural own culture, such as the arcade, which conveys dignity by its design while entering the building and is also a meeting space. Save this picture!Courtesy of Filipe Xavier OliveiraOne took advantage of the architectural forms in a functional, structural and logical aesthetic coherence, materialized by combining volumes that correspond to and symbolize certain functions, namely: the cylindrical volume as dynamic form, which corresponds to the vertical access; the typology of “gallery” is emphasized by horizontal lines and the rhythm of the bays themselves, culminating in the emergency stairs that dematerializes the volume and assigns a proper value to the architectural form. This option is consistent with the values held by Vitruvius when he mentions that when the meaning of the work refers to something tangible and concrete, while what they mean concerns “(…) with the evidence based on the logic of concepts.” Save this picture!Courtesy of Filipe Xavier OliveiraThe notion of economy in architecture is always the result of a compromise between the structure and the architecture. The structure was understood as possessing functional, spatial and aesthetical capacity, beyond its primary function as a support of loads. There was a concern to find beauty by showing simple things, based on the belief that architecture begins when the need ends. The pursuit of beauty in architecture is what gives it a timeless character, not having value just for the novelty, but always looking for a value of permanence.Save this picture!planProject gallerySee allShow less”Presenting Architecture” ExhibitionArticlesMichael Meredith: “Playful Experimentation and Criticism” LectureArticlesProject locationAddress:Sintra, PortugalLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. 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first_imgRELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Email TAGSBallingarryfloorballlimerickMichael MinogueSpecial Olympics World Winter GamesTeam Ireland Twitter Linkedin Facebook Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Advertisement Team Ireland’s Michael Minogue.Team Ireland’s Michael Minogue.A COUNTY Limerick floorball player has returned to a hero’s welcome following his success at the Special Olympics World Winter Games in Austria.Michael Minogue (28) from Ballingarry proudly wore his fourth place ribbon for Team 1 of Ireland’s Floorball squad around his neck as he was greeted by family, friends and supporters.Michael has been a dedicated member of Special Olympics for the past ten years. He has represented Ireland in floorball at the European Games in 2003 and met his wife of eight years, Christine, through the organisation.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Commenting on his experience at The World Winter Games, Michael stated: “There was a great turn out. We were playing against very hard teams but there was a good spirit.”He described the Special Olympics as “fantastic” and said, “There is a lot of support behind us from family which is great.”Michael and the rest of Team Ireland were greeted with a heroes’ welcome at their official homecoming at Dublin airport last Saturday.Fans celebrated as 26 athletes from both floorball and alpine skiing returned with a haul of two Gold, three Silver, three Bronze medals and ribbons for fourth and fifth places.by Alan [email protected] Previous articleWin cinema ticketsNext articleLimerick to become part of the Wild Atlantic Way Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie center_img NewsLocal NewsMichael returns to a hero’s welcomeBy Alan Jacques – April 1, 2017 1249 WhatsApp Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Print Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clashlast_img read more

first_imgTagsCharles KushnerDonald TrumpJared Kushnerkushner companies Share via Shortlink Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlinkcenter_img Charles Kushner (Getty)Charles Kushner, the Kushner Companies boss who spent over a year in prison on charges including falsifying tax returns, making illegal campaign donations and retaliating against a witness, received a pardon from President Donald Trump Wednesday, the White House announced.The pardon has significant implications for Kushner Companies, as it may make it easier for the landlord to secure financing for its projects. Kushner’s conviction had been a complicating factor in the company’s ability to get loans, according to David Enrich, a New York Times journalist who authored a book about one of the firm’s biggest lenders, Deutsche Bank.Kushner did not immediately respond to requests for comment.In 2004, Kushner, who is the father of White House senior adviser Jared Kushner, pled guilty to 16 counts of tax evasion, one count of lying to the Federal Election Commission and one count of retaliating against a witness. In his plea agreement, Kushner admitted to hiring a prostitute to seduce his brother-in-law, arranging to videotape the liaison and send the tape to his sister.Kushner spent 14 months in federal prison in Alabama before serving out the remainder of his sentence in a halfway house in New Jersey, and was released in March 2006. In an interview with The Real Deal the following year, he addressed the incident. “I believe that God and my parents in heaven forgive me for what I did, which was wrong,” he said. “I don’t believe God and my parents will ever forgive my brother and sister for instigating a criminal investigation and being cheerleaders for the government.”According to its website, Kushner Cos. owns 17,000 apartments in New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia and Tennessee. The Kushner family controls another 2,100 units in the East Village, Greenwich Village, Soho, the West Village, Brooklyn Heights and Williamsburg, as well as Northern Liberties, in Philadelphia. The firm’s president Laurent Morali told TRD last month that the company is interested in expanding its presence in New York City, and is also looking to acquire more apartments in suburban areas seeing a pandemic-induced surge of interest from investors and renters.Others on the list of the 26 pardons issued by Trump Wednesday were Roger Stone, a longtime informal adviser to the president, and Paul Manafort, his 2016 campaign chairman.In 2017, President Barack Obama pardoned nightlife impresario and hotel developer Ian Schrager, who was sentenced to prison for tax fraud in 1980.Georgia Kromrei and Rich Bockmann contributed reporting. last_img read more

first_imgOver the weekend, two members of the Notre Dame community received the Spirit of Holy Cross award. Larry Cunningham, professor emeritus of theology, and Barb Carlson, retired office manager and assistant to the director of the U.S. Province Office of Vocations, were recognized with the honor, which is sponsored by the Congregation of Holy Cross and given out on the eve of the Solemnity of Our Lady of Sorrows, the patroness of the Congregation. According to a press release from the Congregation of Holy Cross, “The Spirit of Holy Cross Award acknowledges the critical importance lay collaborators play in living out the vision and mission of Holy Cross founder Blessed Basil Moreauto make God known, loved and served through education, parish and mission settings.” Cunningham, who began teaching theology at Notre Dame in 1988, said he strongly believes in the mission of the Congregation and the University. “I have always felt that being a professor is a kind of vocation to serve the University and to serve the Church and to serve the broader public,” Cunningham said. “Since the Catholic ethos of Notre Dame is shaped by the Congregation, that inevitably meant that I wanted to be supportive of that mission and try to do so in any way that I could.” Some of these ways include teaching seminarians, being active in the Basilica and assisting Campus Ministry, he said. Cunningham said the Congregation’s message of educating the mind and heart especially resonates with him. “I think that not only do I have to try to be the best intellectual impact that I can be in my classroom but also to help develop the full person, which I understand the word heart to be a shorthand for that notion of helping people mature socially and spiritually and so on,” he said. Carlson also devoted her life to teaching, living out the Congregation’s motto of educating the mind and heart as a kindergarten teacher at Christ the King School in South Bend, she said. “It’s not the mind you’re educating. It’s a person’s faith and emotional development,” Carlson said. “The charism of Holy Cross is something I truly believe in. It’s reflected in faith, mission [and] service.” Carlson said she has been involved with the Holy Cross since birth; first as a parishioner at St. Joseph’s Parish in South Bend and also as a graduate of St. Joseph Grade School, St. Joseph High School and Saint Mary’s. In 1997, Carlson said she took time off from teaching to spend four months in East Africa interacting with Holy Cross missionaries and living the lifestyle of a third world country. “I learned as much about myself in that four months as I did those that I met,” she said. “It was a great growth experience for me.” After retiring from teaching, Carlson said she went on to work for the Holy Cross Office of Vocations. “The part that I enjoyed most was meeting and working with the incoming seminarians,” she said. “They pretty much unequivocally were great young men who had many talents and were very committed to the work of God in their lives.” In a Congregation of Holy Cross press release, Fr. Jim Gallagher, director of vocations, who nominated Carlson for the Spirit of Holy Cross award, said she has lived out the Holy Cross mission in all aspects of her life. “As a collaborator in education, parish and mission, Barb has connected with many levels of our life and work,” Gallagher said. “In her fidelity to her vocation as a wife, mother, teacher and assistant, she has been a powerful witness and encouragement to us to remain faithful to our vocation.” Carlson said she believes the Congregation has done more for her than she could ever do for it. “All along the way, there have been associations with Holy Cross priests and religious [in my life], and it very positively affected my life,” she said. “From my standpoint, I have gained much from my association and apparently they felt that I contributed to the Congregation.”last_img read more

first_imgIndian Trail and Hanging Rock Trail Snake bites– I personally don’t even notice these slithering beasties, so my companions see them and try to keep me from having really bad bite injury.  Yes, it’s great to have pawrent that is a veterinarian, but he has also seen some bad stuff with snake bites so he worries about me. Georgia, Louisiana, North Carolina, Oklahoma, West Virginia, Florida, and Texas have the highest snakebite rates. The copperhead snake was responsible for the most bites. Most bites occur between April and October and usually occur on the limbs.   From the trailhead to the visitor center, we climbed 1565 feet in the 3.6 miles. From the visitor center, we move onto the Hanging Rock Trail.  On weekends, this wide and paved start of the trail becomes a trail highway as plenty of people flock to hike up to the top of Hanging Rock. This 1.3 mile section does turn to more of a single track after you are on the ridge and then has stone steps and some rocky sections to make it up to the summit. The elevation gains 603 feet in this 1.6 mile trail. There is one small creek at the beginning of the Hanging Rock trail that I get to stop at both going up and coming back down the summit. So what to do if you are minding your own business and you step on a snake who happens to be sunning itself on the trail?  First thing is to remain calm! Try to have your companion identify the snake, treatment for poisonous vs. nonpoisonous snakes can vary. Stop running and walk. Don’t run to make your way to the vehicle or ranger station. A Benadryl tablet will help, I take 2 tablets but my dad says that you should take 1 mg per pound. If you have been bitten on the chest or belly then you need to seek medical treatment immediately, like a pet emergency clinic, that has antivenom.  During the summer months, it’s nice, I get a post run cool off in the Dan River while all the canoes float by. After I get my post run soak, my pawrents like to stop up the road for a post run drink at The Green Heron. We can lounge outside while they have a beer or sometimes I get to go inside with them when it isn’t too busy.center_img Hanging Rock is one of my favorites!! There are plenty of trails, and I have run almost all of them.  Here is one that we do fairly often because it has all the great highlights: creeks, waterfalls, climbing, views, and post-run beer. The Trailhead for this one is Flinchum Road Danbury, NC. We start on Indian Trail which runs by the Dan River. We have 4 quick creek crossings before really starting the climb. Wounds on the legs and feet are not as dire, but you need treatment and pain medications. Do remember these can be deadly and you need to get care quickly! The lower section is usually less crowded. These creeks come off the mountain and are so cool and shady. I love them as aid stations and cool off spots during the summer months. After 2 miles, we pass an old barn and then cross the main road that leads into the park. It is another 1.6 miles from here to the visitor center. Still climbing, there are a few more creek crossings. At 3 miles you come to Window Falls and Hidden Falls. These falls are great, but it’s also where all the people start appearing. From the falls, it’s a final half mile to the visitor center. Once we get our view at the summit, which in the summer can be humid with not much view to in the winter with a nice view of Winston Salem. We reached the peak and now comes the fun- 5 miles of downhill. I am always happy to pass the falls as this is where the crowds disappear. Fall leaf season is really busy with lots of dogs. Most want me to stop, sniff and say “Hi!’ I want to just keep moving.last_img read more

first_img Tags: allan okelloMike MutebiSam Ssenyonjosteven mukwalaUganda Premier LeagueUganda Premier League Awards Steven Mukwala (second-left) and Mike Mutebi (Center) were crowne on Monday. (PHOTO/Courtesy)KAMPALA – Maroons FC striker Fahad Bayo was on Monday, December 9th, named the Uganda Premier League best player of the month of November.This was confirmed at a press conference held at Kati Kati Restaurant in Kampala.Mukwala was on-form in November, scoring seven goals and winning two Man of the match awards.His seven goals came against Police F (2), Express, Busoga, Wakiso Giants FC (2) and Proline FC while the two Man of the match performances were against Police and Wakiso.To scoop the award, Mukwala beat KCCA FC duo of striker Sam Ssenyonjo and playmaker Allan Okello.Ssenyonjo and Okello scored three and four goals respectively in November.At the same ceremony, KCCA FC head coach Douglas Bamweyana was named the best coach of November.In November, Mutebi led KCCA FC to seven victories in 9 games as they defeated SC Villa, Tooro United FC, Proline FC, Police FC, Express FC, Vipers SC and Kyetume FC.The victories eventually saw KCCA FC climb up the table and finish the second round in second spot.Both Mukwala and Mutebi were given accolades and Shs 1,000,000 each.What they said during the awards ceremony:Steven Mukwala“This is a big achievement for me.“I thank my coach Douglas Bamweyana who has improved me a lot this season. He has instilled confidence in me and given me enough playing time and I credit him so much for this.”Mike Mutebi“It is for those lads I coach.“They (players) have shown the right attitude, worked hard and they have done things perfectly.“I commend them for adhering to what they are supposed to do. They have exemplified what they have to do in the last six or seven goals.”Uganda Premier League awards are held at the beginning of the month, recognizing the past month’s best individual player and coach.Comments last_img read more

first_img1 December 2010 South African President Jacob Zuma, speaking at the 3rd Africa-European Union Summit in Tripoli, Libya, has challenged African countries to transform their agricultural industries into engines for economic growth and poverty eradication. Zuma told summit delegates on Monday that the state of a country’s agriculture sector was directly linked to its poverty levels, and determined the extent to which it could achieve the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). “What is needed now is not another meeting on the MDGs and the special needs of Africa, but action and more action on commitments already made,” Zuma said. Despite the fact that Africa has abundant arable land and human resources that could potentially be translated into increased production, income and food security, the continent still faces challenges with regard to agriculture and food security. These range from low productivity and poor infrastructure to weak market access, institutions and policies. In this light, Zuma said: “We need investment in agriculture to allow us to maximise this potential and contribute to job creation and food security.” The MDGs are a set of targets established by the United Nations in 2000, aimed at responding to the world’s development challenges, including poverty alleviation, education, gender equality, health issues and the environment. However, following the global economic crisis, some developed countries have limited their funding for fighting poverty in Africa. With only five years left to achieve the MDGs, all nations needed a far greater sense of urgency if the targets were to be met, Zuma told the summit, which was attended by over 80 heads of state. “If Africa fails to achieve the MDGs, the world at large would have failed to achieve them, thereby undermining the very purpose of adopting them in the first place as international targets for human development.” The summit ended on Tuesday. Source: BuaNewslast_img read more

first_imgOur expert’s opinionHere’s how GBA Technical Director Peter Yost sees it:I have a bit of a gut reaction on this one: Getting high performance from a system with a combustion unit designed for on-demand hot water (tankless) and a high-mass, slow-to-respond distribution system (radiant floor) just seems a set-up for control issues and field performance inefficiencies.And when I decided to ask GreenBuildingAdvisor Michael Chandler to weigh in on this one, he went straight to solutions using a tank-type heater, not a tankless heater. Here is what Chandler, who has a background as a designer, builder, and master plumber, had to say:“I used to use the State 40-gallon direct-vent GS6-40-HBDS water heater. It’s 62% efficient and rated at 38,000 BTU/h input (times .62 = 23,560 BTUh output) and takes a 3/4-inch gas connection. My local supplier, Fergusons Enterprises, has the natural gas model for $676.A propane-fired unit is a special-order item which usually costs 15% more, so call it $780.“We used to use those State direct-vent tanks for combo heat and hot water back in the old days (for ‘potable radiant’ systems) and the water heaters were trouble-free but burned a LOT of propane at 62% efficiency. There is no electrical connection. It uses a 7-inch-diameter concentric vent with the out-going air in the center and incoming on the outside.“A more efficient solution would be the A.O. Smith 50-gallon Vertex power direct-vent condensing water heater (GDHE-50-LP). It’s 96% efficient and rated at 100,000 BTU/h input (times .96 = 96,000 BTUh output). It’s a special order at Ferguson but Pex Supply has the propane model for $2,383.“The bottom line: the $1,600+ upcharge would get Matt the condensing tank with a 50% efficiency improvement and four times the BTU/h output as compared to the budget direct-vent tank (96 kBTUh @ 96% vs. 23.6 kBTUh @ 62%). If he’s burning $1,500 in propane per year with the buggy tankless I would expect him to get it down to $1,000 per year with the Vertex. I think it would be a very good choice but the State direct-vent water heater gets him up and running for a lot less money upfront.” GREEN PRODUCT GUIDE Mechanical Systems/HVAC RELATED ARTICLES Matt Cooper’s 1,800-square-foot woodworking shop sits on a 6-inch concrete slab heated with a radiant-floor system. Unfortunately, the on-demand water heater that Cooper uses to heats the water for the in-slab tubing isn’t performing well.“I’ve been using a Takagi Jr. to heat it for the past couple of years but it’s been no end of headaches,” Cooper writes in a Q&A post at Green Building Advisor.“I’d like to figure out a better way to heat the water,” he says, “probably a direct-vent system so that the wood dust doesn’t create problems with the burner (just one part of the TK Jr. issues). It seems that my options are either a better version of the current on-demand hot water heater/boiler, or a tank-style water heater.”The building and the slab seem to be well insulated, but Cooper’s hot-water options are limited to propane (at $2.25 per gal.) and electricity (12 cents a kWh).Cooper’s options are the topic for this Q&A Spotlight. (Neil B. posted a similar question about heating a workshop elsewhere on the Q&A Forum.) Invest in a direct-vent conversion kitThe least expensive way to solve the dust problem is with a direct-vent conversion kit for the Takagi water heater Cooper already has, says Dana Dorsett.When set up properly, the heater “should be able to deliver reasonably good performance for at least a decade,” Dorsett says, adding, “but some of the ‘one size fits all’ Takagi based slab heating systems are extremely abusive to the water heater.”He says it would be a good idea to add controls which report the temperature of outgoing and returning water, as well as flow rates.“If you know the actual heat load of the place…it’s possible to optimize both the tankless and radiation flows so that the unit spends most of its life modulating rather than cycling,” Dorsett says, “which is the only way to get the total ignition cycles per year numbers and burning firing rates down to something reasonable. If it’s always blasting away at 75%+ of max-fire with 10 cycles/hour, the odds of it lasting a decade are pretty remote.”One burn per hour would be about the same as a domestic hot water application, Dorsett says, and that should be possible with the high thermal mass in Cooper’s 6-in. thick slab.center_img Tankless heaters may be susceptible to short-cyclingDavid Meiland says that a tankless heater is generally capable of putting out much more hot water than a tank-style water heater, but he suggests Cooper talk to the manufacturer if that’s what he intends to do. “As far as tankless for floor heat,” Meiland writes, “I’ve checked out a couple of systems recently that used various brands, and they seemed to me to be short-cycling. That’s probably a control issue, but would result in high fuel use.”In Meiland’s locale, electricity is much cheaper than Cooper’s quoted price, making electric boilers common. “It’s like owning an old VW Beetle,” he adds, “very simple and reliable.”GBA Senior Editor Martin Holladay is another who’s heard of problems with tankless water heaters are used for radiant floor systems. “Tank-style water heaters and boilers are more dependable ways to provide hydronic space heat,” Holladay says. “Ductless minisplits are also an option. I agree with your conclusion that, if dust has been a problem in the past, any combustion appliance should use ducted outdoor air for combustion.”If Cooper is budget minded, Holladay suggests the least expensive sealed-combustion water heater with an output rating that meets his needs. Using a Tankless Water Heater for Space HeatHow to Heat a GarageGreen Basics: Heat DistributionStorage vs. Tankless Water HeatersGoodbye Radiant FloorAll About Water HeatersHeating a Tight, Well-Insulated House Stuff I Learned at Joe Lstiburek’s House Tank-style heaters are simple and reliableA.J. Builder recommends a tank-style water heater for Cooper’s system. “Tank units rarely have issues,” he writes. “Simple installs available from manufacturer.” He says he’s dealt with similar heating systems for decades, and would recommend installing the water heater in a dust-free utility closet.“Standard tank units are bullet- and idiot-proof,” Builder writes. “I just installed an [A.O.] Smith 50 that cost $1,000 to the customer. PVC vent and intake. Four hours — done.”Other suggestions from A.J. Builder include turning down the thermostat, burning wood pellets if he needs a cheaper fuel, or raising his prices.Woodworking shops are notoriously dusty environments, and Cooper is on board with A.J. Builder’s suggestion to locate the water heater in a dust-free space. “The dust thing is a real issue,” Cooper adds. “I’ve been assuming that I’ll need to install some kind of direct-vented unit that draws combustion air from the outside. It’s really the only reason that electricity started to seem attractive.”last_img read more

first_imgCEOs in Troubled Waters (with Myriam Joire from… Here are some of the features of a CRM software: Also, managing those leads and converting them into the ones favourable for your business is what a lead management tool in a CRM software exactly does. This is not to be considered lighter. As it is a no lighter job. Uber vs Lyft: Battling for Supremacy Contact managementContact management is a feature in the CRM software which is software driven. It helps in obtaining the details of a Customer with just a click or two. The Contact Management feature of a CRM module will enable you to get the name, address, phone, email etc… Related Posts Contact ManagementLead ManagementDeals & Task ManagementEmail TrackingSocial Media ManagementMobile MarketingReporting & Dashboard ManagementCampaign Management You will find it genuine if you rely upon a CRM software. It will undoubtedly grow your business to unimaginable heights. Generating Leads and converting them into business has been the top-notch feature of a CRM software. CRM software simply deals with the customer behaviour and helps in converting leads into a strong customer for your business.What is a CRM software?A CRM software is the abbreviated form of Customer Relationship Management software. As the name suggests it helps you in building a strong relationship with your customers. Also, it provides the best customers and you don’t need to worry about the customer satisfaction. This saves your time and moreover gives you a correct analysis of your daily/monthly reports from the dashboard itself.Campaign managementAn efficient CRM software will manage the campaign that you conduct to grow the sales of your business. Conducting campaigns to drive the attention of the people and opening a door of opportunity to uplift the business. There are a lot of possibilities for you to grow your sales in the modern world. Know those possible ways to get your business on top or you could easily derail your business from success track. An efficient CRM software will never lose out a customer. Whereas it creates new opportunities in turning the customer’s buyers of even more quantity they tend to purchase.Social-media managementIn today’s modern world it is inevitable for a business to stay compliant across the competitors. An efficient CRM software does this for you single-handedly. It will help with your social media updates and posts which result in large visibility across the globe. Tags:#CRM A Review of Instagram Marketing by Matthew Lucas Why don’t you get a CRM software for your Business Today?center_img You can track the contact and place a good deal in front of them with a CRM software. The chances of converting them into your customers are much greater than you think.Lead managementLeads are managed efficiently through a CRM software. A lead can be managed in different ways. Also, a lead can be generated through different policies. But in this modern world just conducting the campaigns won’t do the trick. A CRM software is a must where you can track all the leads through a campaign.ConclusionAnyhow it is important for a business to have a CRM software. In short, Indeed it is inevitable for a business to have an efficient CRM software to sustain in this competitive world. A CRM software generates customers from wherever it can. It takes a special consideration for social media knowing its power of getting a customer into the business. While a dashboard management enables you to manage your dashboard. Also, there is various kind of dashboard a CRM software provides. In which you get the advantage of viewing sales report, KPIs from the dashboard itself. Tracking out those Emails and letting the people out there know about the deals & offers you are providing. And attract customers with a CRM software in the most advanced ways This will open up a wide set of opportunity in front of you. This opens the door to a completely well-maintained Customer relationship. Through the long-run, it will be a great profit builder for your business. CRM software is a true Customer Relationship Management software which will eventually grow the number of customers. But also, it retains the existing customers and gives you a relaxed business throughout.Reporting & dashboard managementReporting management is the feature in a CRM software which enables you to get reports of almost every things that come across your business organization. Hredanth K Babu 4 Ways You Can Make Your Workplace an Engine of… These leads can be perfectly tracked and assured they become your customer by generating new tactics delivered through a CRM software.Deals & Task ManagementThe deals & task feature in a CRM software which is capable of managing the deals & tasks of your business. It assigns special offers, discount, happy hours, deal of the day and more are with the deal management functionality. Some of the tasks which lie completion immediately for customer growth also figures out of an efficient CRM solution for your business.Email trackingEmail tracking is another efficient method to get customers clicking into your business. Don’t ever think Emails are an old-fashion marketing tool which already has out-dated. Emails prove to be a good marketing strategy followed by business now and then. A CRM software is an opportunity development software. It always enables you with new opportunities which can be converted into a new customer for your business. There are many features which deal with different ways of handling your customers. Finally, ensure exploring and make sure all of the CRM software for your business find the greatest of benefits out of it. Therefore, explore every benefit it can give you to increase the sales.last_img read more