"With a vast array of smartphones currently in use, we understand the need to make our mobile CRM as accessible as possible by achieving compatibility with as many instruments as possible," says Radko Jelinek, Sprinx' Director of Sales.
Company officials say they will feature demos and free versions of SprinxCRM Mobile for Windows Mobile, SprinxCRM Mobile for BlackBerry (News - Alert) Smartphones, Sprinx in Sync with Microsoft Office Outlook and "other products comprising their suite of CRM" at the upcoming Interop Las Vegas event.
Sprinx Systems was founded in 1996 in the Czech Republic, and is a Microsoft (News - Alert) Gold Certified.
"As the amount of available and vital customer data has grown, so too has the demand for its immediate access," noted Radko Jelinek, Sprinx' Director of Sales.
SprinxCRM Mobile lets users "work with CRM contacts, events, and tasks in a mobile environment," according to the Sprinxers: "Managers, sales representatives, technical consultants, service technicians, anyone with designated clearance can now get access to information on their BlackBerry," company officials say, adding that "SprinxCRM Mobile is an on-line, real-time Web-based product."
The single-user, unlimited version is free to download, and, as a special promotion to introduce this new tool to corporate customers, SprinxCRM is offering a free trial or 90 days for as many as five users per company.
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Edited by Stefania Viscusi