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Posted March 12, 2001 By Robyn Greenspan     Feedback

This breakthrough Web-based app includes Best of Breed Sales Force Automation, Customer Support Management and Marketing Automation Components.

SAN FRANCISCO, has introduced a seamlessly integrated, online CRM system that can be operated without software installations or additional hardware. The fully customizable component hopes to revolutionize the manner in which e-businesses support and manage customer relationships.

The $50 per month subscription rate includes features one would expect from the more expensive and difficult-to-use CRM solutions. Benefits of the service include:

  • Fast access: Built for the web and available anytime, anywhere
  • Ease of use: Intuitive, easy to adopt, minimal training time, no IT resources necessary
  • Customization and personalization: Easily adapts to a company's existing processes and staff structures and each user's needs
  • Single view of customer: All departments share visibility into every aspect of customers and prospects
  • World-class functionality: Tracking, reporting, analysis and forecasting available for sales, marketing and support organizations at a fraction of the cost of traditional client/server CRM systems
  • Wireless access from enabled cellular phones, Palm OS(TM) devices and pagers
  • Multi-language support for Japan and Europe

In addition to the multitude of features, includes training, customer support, updates and upgrades as part of the monthly subscription rate as well.

John Dillon, president and CEO of stated, "In just over one year, more than 25,000 organizations throughout the world heard our message that the 'End of Software' is here and registered to use our flagship online sales force automation service. Today we are thrilled to announce the evolution of our service into a complete, powerful online CRM service."

The customer list encompasses companies of various sizes from diverse industries, such as Time-Warner's Road Runner Division,, Berlitz International, Siemen's Power Transmission & Distribution, Putnam Lovell Securities, R.L. Polk, Convergent Communications and Stonebridge Technologies.

"It's possible that without, we would have spent $6 million on traditional enterprise software," said Mike Bauer, Vice President Northern Region Sales, Siemen's Power T&D. " saved us significant dollars, took just days to get up and running and provides us with a powerful service that helps our sales, customer support and marketing departments work together to grow and retain our customer relationships," said Bauer.

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