Sales teams across nearly every industry have always found it hard to coordinate smoothly and be on the same page at all times, but CRMnext, a private cloud CRM software provider, hopes to change that with the release of its advanced HTML5 mobile sales platform.
As all modern browsers on PCs, tablets and mobile devices support the new HTML5 standard, it will satisfy the growing demand for running across multiple platforms. Customers no longer have to worry about installing software to run a sales app, and sales teams no longer have to worry about apps not rendering properly on customer devices.
The newly released mobile platform is expected to help sales teams present content in a compelling and engaging way, access data in real time and update information on the go. Its intuitive interface will allow sales reps to easily view, create and update data, ensuring that everyone is uniformly informed. Customer facing teams can create and run mobile campaigns, which can help accelerate lead generation.
With an increasing number of companies allowing their mobile sales force to use tablets and smartphones, the sales experience has become richer and more interactive for sales personnel and their customers. No more missed appointments and no more missed opportunities to capture leads, as sales reps can keep track of everything and convert prospects into customers faster.
Perhaps one of the greatest advantages of mobility is being able to keep in touch wherever one may be, but, for businesses, it’s more than that: It’s a way to maximize their investments and productivity, and it also offers an easier way to maintain a customer-centric approach.
In a statement, Manoj Kumar, product architect at CRMnext, said, “Maintaining a customer-centric organization is a lot easier with a mobile sales platform. This will help in creating a long lasting relationship with customers, thereby increasing loyalty.”
CRMnext has been widely recognized as a “proponent of strategy driven implementations,” and the new HTML5 mobile sales platform is another example of its ability to propel itself forward in a competitive landscape.
Edited by Blaise McNamee